Robb Cohen Team | Engel & Völkers | Boston
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Boston  | Rental 
$2,200  [Month]

MLS Number: 72271992    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Condo | Villa | Townhome
Area | County: Suffolk 
Community | City: Boston 
Neighborhood: Jamaica Plain's Forest Hills 
Location: 1 Catenaccia Way
Boston , MA
Unit: 44B
Beds: 2  |  F. Baths: 1
Built: 1946
Approx. SQFT: 771.00
Parking: 1

Move into this cheerful and spacious 2 bed condo, just minutes away from Forest Hills Orange Line. This complex is professionally managed with an onsite maintenance supervisor. The unit will come with a brand new gas stove. The windows throughout the unit provide great natural light and cross ventilation. Management takes care of all snow removal and condo parking is available with residential sticker (1 sticker per unit). Easy distance to the T, beautiful Forest Hills cemetery, Arboretum, shops & restaurants, including one of JP's new hotspots- Brassica Kitchen. BONUS: Heat is included.

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Public Transportation
Walk/Jog Trails
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T-Station

Directions
Arborway Gardens

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46 Gloucester Street | Boston, MA 02115

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