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Boston
$424,000

MLS Number: 72435742    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Condo | Villa | Townhome
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Suffolk 
Neighborhood: Boylston St Condominium 
Location: 1091 Boylston St
Boston , MA
Unit: 49
Beds: 1  |  F. Baths: 1
Style: Low-Rise
Built: 1900
Approx. SQFT: 557.00
Acreage: 0.01
Parking: Rented

Why pay rent? Build equity! Best priced & largest 1 bedroom home available in Back Bay, priced to sell now! Oversized, corner 1 bed / 1 bath in well maintained elevator building at an excellent location overlooking Prudential Tower & new Four Seasons! Huge living room / dining room features 2 large, sunny, front facing bow windows, high ceilings, stunning hardwood floors and 2 closets. A large alcove able to accommodate a full-size bed, armoire & bureau is currently used as the bedroom, could also be an office or spare room. The fully applianced eat-in kitchen w large sunny front facing window has ample oak cabinets & updated countertops. Enter your freshly painted new home into a large foyer with access to all rooms & 2 closets. Close to Hospitals, Universities, public transportation and of course the World Champion Red Sox! Shared laundry room in the basement, rental parking in area, new rubber roof 2016 and new boiler in 2011. First time buyers, Investors, DonGÇÖt Miss This One!

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Cable Available
Intercom
Internet Available - Unknown

Range
Dishwasher
Disposal
Refrigerator

Public Transportation
Shopping
Park
Walk/Jog Trails
Medical Facility
Laundromat
Bike Path
Conservation Area
Highway Access
House of Worship
Private School
Public School
T-Station
University

Directions
Mass Ave South past Newbury, take right onto Boylston going towards Fenway Park, on right hand side.

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46 Gloucester Street | Boston, MA 02115

617.962.0142

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