The James W. Cousins house, an 1888 Queen Anne beauty, is home to this utterly charming condominium, your haven at the end of the day. Perched on the third/top floor, with its own interior staircase and landing, the light-flooded interior in daylight hours provides window privacy and open views of Boston and Spy Pond. The rooms have been cleverly reimagined, creating a unique ethereal space. The living room is large, with cabinetry, bookshelves and a bay for dining, providing an alternative office use for the dining room. The renovated kitchen, with its economic use of space, has the contemporary fun of a black and white floor. The master bedroom, with views of Spy Pond, has an abundance of closet space, as there is throughout the condominium. 14 Wellington is a dynamite location, only 3 blocks to the shops and restaurants of Arlington Center, and at the end of the street, there’s the enjoyment of Spy Pond Parks, the Pond, tennis courts, picnic tables and the bike path. Deeded parking.