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Type: Multi-family
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Allston 
Location: 602-604 Cambridge St
Boston , MA
Beds: 13  |  F. Baths: 6
Built: 1910
Approx. SQFT: 4693.00
Acreage: 0.14
Parking: Off-Street,Rented
Fireplaces: 2

The three-story building contains four (4) units consisting of two (2), 5-Bedroom/2-Bathroom units, one (1), 2-Bedroom/1 Bathroom unit, and one (1), 1-Bedroom/1-Bathroom unit in 4,693 square feet of living area (5,997square feet of gross area), on a 0.14-acre parcel. 602-604 Cambridge Street features separate utilities for each unit, with the Landlord only responsible for hot water and domestic water and sewer. Additionally, the large parcel offers off-street parking for tenants, including two (2), garage parking spots. All units have hardwood and/or tile flooring throughout their respective apartments. Additional building features include (2) coin-op laundry machines, (2) private porches, dine in kitchens and fireplaces in UnitGÇÖs 2 and 3 as well as granite countertops in Unit 2GÇÖs kitchen. The Property is across the street from the Saint JosephGÇÖs Preparatory High School, next to St. ElizabethGÇÖs Medical Center, just over a mile from Boston University, and 1/2 a mile from Boston Landing.


Covered Patio/Deck
Fenced Yard
Garden Area

Public Transportation
Walk/Jog Trails
Highway Access
Private School
Public School

Between Saint Elizabeth's Hospital and North Beacon St.

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»»Lat: 42.3584
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