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Type: Condo | Villa | Townhome
Area | County: Boston 
Neighborhood: The Residences At Copley Place 
Location: 16 Harcourt Street
Boston , MA
Unit: 1F
Beds: 1  |  F. Baths: 1
Style: Mid-Rise
Built: 1984
Approx. SQFT: 810.00
Parking: 1
Pool: Cable Available
Fireplaces: Porch

Exciting and rare, move in ready, oversized 810sf, 1bd, 1bth, fully furnished home w your own priv entrance & front porch! A Pivotal location w access to 3 great cultural neighborhoods in the desirable St. Botolph area of the Back Bay bordering the South End & near to the Fenway area. Located in a sought after Back Bay Co-Op, The Residences at Copley Place; you will be walking distance to the best of this great city. Enter the gracious foyer to an expansive open, sunny, South facing living/dinning area w oversize windows & desk area. A bright cheerful updated kitchen is open to the dining area. A spacious, bright MBR has a huge walk in closet w an updated tiled bath nearby. This incredible home has a/c, w/d, great light w views of the South End & SW corridor. Enjoy a 24 hour doorman/concierge, elevator & underground access to Back Bay Station & The Copley Mall from the bldng. Steps to The Pru, Hancock & easy access to the T & the Pike. On site addtl storage & garage rental prkng avail.





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West Newton to St. Botolph > brick paved, tree lined Harcourt Street-The Residences at Copley Place

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