MLS Number: 72447593    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Multi-family
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Suffolk 
Location: 331-333 Fuller Street
Boston , MA
Beds: 10  |  F. Baths: 4
Built: 1920
Approx. SQFT: 3331.00
Acreage: 0.12
Parking: Off-Street
Fireplaces: 2

Solid Brick Multi Family Residence. Built in 1920 this home is a great investment opportunity for an owner-occupant seeking additional rental income, or a condominium conversion for investors. Spacious floor-through units with three bedrooms and one full bathroom and large eat-in kitchens. Lots of windows on 4 sides. Nice ceiling height. Hardwood floors throughout and both front and rear decks for added private outdoor space. Additional attic level and basement areas allow for lots of potential expansion. Direct access to indoor 2-car garage parking on the bottom level, plus ample additional outdoor parking spaces. large rear yard. Nearby access to bus and train lines, as well as a short drive to the north and southbound expressway and the shops at Lower Mills.


Fenced Yard

Public Transportation
Highway Access

Washington to Fuller. Or Morton to Fairmount to Capen to Fuller.

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»»Lat: 42.3584
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