Robb Cohen Team | Engel & Völkers | Boston


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MLS Number: 71578272    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Condo | Villa | Townhome
Area | County: Boston 
Neighborhood: Mason Storrow Condominium 
Location: 3 Walnut Street
Boston , MA
Unit: 4
Beds: 3  |  F. Baths: 2
Style: Rowhouse,Low-Rise
Built: 1899
Approx. SQFT: 1704.00
Parking: 1
Pool: Cable Available,Intercom
Fireplaces: Deck - Roof + Access Rights,City View(s)

Opposite Boston Common in a stately, discreet brownstone building this custom designed 3bd/2bth renov home blends the best of condo & private home living for today's family. Direct elevator to a remarkable 4 exposure, 1700+sqft floor-thru. Enjoy the finest of city living at the most sought after of locations w bright, sunny views from 18 new windows, high ceilings, 2 bow windows, stunning oak floors & grande versatile rms. Gracious entry foyer to formal fireplaced LR / DR w great views, perfect for entertaining. Huge eat-in kitch w fireplace, wet bar w built-ins & bow windowed Great Room offer the finest for family living. The custom designer kitch features red birch cabinetry, bead board island w walnut wood top, granite counters, S/S Thermador cooktop & double ovens, Sub Zero fridge as well as Gaggenau dishwasher. 3 large bdrms, master w f/p, bow window & en suite bath. 2nd bdrm w f/p. W/D. CA/C, xtra strg, easy access common roof deck w spectacular views, grg prk avl. One-of-a-Kind!




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House of Worship
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Most Sought After Walnut St btwn Chestnut & Beacon St - across from The Boston Common & Frog Pond
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46 Gloucester Street | Boston, MA 02115