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Boston
$1,837,900

MLS Number: 72783086    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Multi-family
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Allston 
Location: 141 Franklin St
Boston , MA
Beds: 8  |  F. Baths: 3
Built: 1900
Approx. SQFT: 2598.00
Acreage: 0.07
Parking: Off-Street

Large two family being sold with an additional lot at 0 Weitz Street comprising of 4500 s/f. (see mls# )72783087. Near Harvard business school, HarvardGÇÖs $1b Science and Engineering campus. A stoneGÇÖs throw to where the new Nexus of Allston is to be built consisting of 500K sqft of office and lab space. Close to Boston Landing Commuter Rail Station, Star Market, Starbucks and Trader Joes. You can Walk to Harvard Square and Harvard Business School, and getting to Downtown Boston and the airport are within a short drive via Storrow Drive or the Mass Pike. The first-floor unit has 5 rooms, 3 bedrooms, with updated Kitchen and Bath. The second floor is on two levels and has 5 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Separate systems. Leased to August 31st. 2021. Great opportunity to own an investment property in a great location. Property is only being sold as a package with 0 Weitz Street. Seller will not entertain any offers for 141 Franklin Street on it's own. Buyer to perform their own due diligen

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Medical Facility
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Bike Path
Highway Access
House of Worship
Private School
Public School
T-Station

Directions
Lincoln Street to Franklin Street

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