This is one of the finest of Malden's Victorians and is called the "Rose House" because of its color scheme. The property is included in the book, "Daughters of Painted Ladies," which provides a photographic survey of renovated and repainted Victorian homes. This handsome, ornately trimmed house, located at 107 Dexter Street, has stained glass windows in almost every room and was one of the first in the City to be given a multi-hued paint treatment (5 different colors). Built by Boston bookbinder, Robert Berlin, the house remained in that family for 99 years.
107 Dexter Street