West End/Charles River Park near MGH. Huge move-in ready Studio with queen-size sleeping alcove. Sunny West-facing views toward the river. Great layout lives like a 1 bed with a generously sized living/dining room. There's workspace, ample closet space and a dressing area too. Ideal location in a beautiful park setting with superb green space. 24/7 Concierge to receive packages, on-site professional management & maintenance. Near dining & shopping including Whole Foods, Star Market, Pace's, Boston Public Market… Convenient access to all T lines, commuter rail, EZ Ride & MGH Shuttle stops. The Esplanade's walk/run/bike trails are right outside. Health & swim club and tennis courts are available to join within the park adjacent to the building. Parking is available to lease or purchase. Convenient bike storage in building. Just minutes to Beacon Hill, Boston Garden, The Hub on Causeway, The Charles River & Downtown. Fabulous as your comfortable new city home or convenient pied-a-terre.
Listing courtesy of MLSPIN / The Ivy Team / Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro | Back Bay
Last updated May 21, 2022
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MLS# 72934518 —
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City View(s), Garden Area, Professional Landscaping, Sprinkler System, Tennis Court
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Master Deed lists 637 which includes the former balcony that has been converted to a sleeping area.
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Cable Available, Internet Available - Unknown, Elevator
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Blossom Street to Cardinal O’Connell Way, Left into Driveway. T Science Park/W.End or Charles.
Public Transportation, Shopping, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Park, Walk/Jog Trails, Medical Facility, Bike Path, Conservation Area, Highway Access, House of Worship, Marina, Private School, Public School, T-Station, University
Yes w/ Restrictions
Smoking - In Common Areas, Smoking - In Units
Hawthorne Place Condominium
Professional - On Site
Association Fee Includes:
Heat, Hot Water, Gas, Water, Sewer, Master Insurance, Security, Laundry Facilities, Elevator, Exterior Maintenance, Road Maintenance, Landscaping, Snow Removal, Park, Refuse Removal, Garden Area, Air Conditioning, Reserve Funds
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Rented, Guest, Available for Purchase
John Eliot Elementary School
Warren Prescott K 8 School
Harvard Kent Elementary School
Clarence R. Edwards Middle School
Josiah Quincy Upper School
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