Robb Cohen Team | Engel & Völkers | Boston
EV


Boston
$849,500

MLS Number: 72253361   
Type: Condo | Villa | Townhome
Area | County: Boston
Location: 84 Seaverns Ave
Boston , MA
Unit: 2
Beds: 3  |  F. Baths: 2  |  H. Baths: 1
Style: Detached
Built: 1892
Approx. SQFT: 1574.00
Acreage: 0.03
Parking: Rented,On Street Permit

Welcome to your new, perfectly located JP single family alternative! Beautiful & Sophisticated, this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom duplex is an urban oasis with private deck, shared yard & shared storage shed. First floor features a large, sun-filled, eat-in-kitchen with stainless Bosch & LG appliances, double sink w/ Grohe faucet, sizable pantry, in-unit laundry, half-bathroom; separate living & dining rooms. Second Floor features a gorgeous master suite with generously-sized walk-in closet, elegant en-suite master bathroom with double marble vanity, separate shower & claw-foot soaking tub. Two additional bedrooms are ideally situated in relation to impressive second bathroom. Pet Friendly with some restrictions. Seaverns Avenue is a one-way street, conveniently located a very short distance to Center Street shops & restaurants, 2 blocks to Green Street T Station, Southwest Corridor Park and Johnson Park. Don't miss your opportunity to experience suburban comfort with city convenience!

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Interior Features
Cable Available

Exterior Features
Deck, Storage Shed, City View(s), Fenced Yard

Appliances
Range, Dishwasher, Disposal, Refrigerator, Freezer, Washer, Dryer

Amenities
Public Transportation, Shopping, Tennis Court, Park, Walk/Jog Trails, Medical Facility, Bike Path, Highway Access, House of Worship, Private School, Public School, T-Station

Directions
Center Street to Seaverns Avenue, approx 2 blocks to Green Street T Station

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»»Lat: 42.3584
»»Long: -71.0597
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