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124 W 7th St

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124 W 7th St



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Located at 124 West 7th Street, this condominium is a part of Boston, Massachusetts. From a spacious courtyard to deeded garage parking, this building offers residents a number of desirable amenities. Originally constructed in 1998, the condo spans a total of three stories. Residents can enjoy having a desirable location surrounded by local amenities.

Within these units, residents will find open living areas. Some of the condos include newly installed hardwood flooring. Many units offer master bedroom suites with a master bathroom. The master bedrooms boast of high ceilings and plenty of natural lighting. Cooking aficionados can enjoy having large, spacious kitchens. An outdoor deck can be used for barbecues or relaxing after a long day at work.

This townhouse-style building boasts of a clapboard, Masonite exterior. Designed with a garden and courtyard area, it boasts of an enclosed patio. The roof is made out of asphalt and fiberglass shingles. Linen or coat closets can be found in the living room. Each unit also includes a dining room space for entertaining. The monthly association fee includes the cost of sewer, water and master insurance. Exterior maintenance and snow removal is also included in this fee.

Select units include skylights in the master bathroom and cathedral ceilings. Ceiling fans and custom-built cabinets add a more luxurious ambiance. Garage and off-street parking is also available.

Beach lovers can enjoy being less than half a mile away from the beach. The closest schools include the Boston Middle School Academy, the James F. Condon Elementary School and the Excel High School. Both the Boston Middle School Academy and the James F. Condon Elementary School are just 0.2 miles away. Meanwhile, Excel High School is only 0.5 miles away.

Within South Boston, residents can discover beautiful buildings, organic markets and a historic past. While this neighborhood has a reputation for being tough as nails in Hollywood films, it has a softer side as well. New condominiums are constantly created because of the area's amenities. Residents can enjoy having waterfront parks and organic markets in the surrounding neighborhood.

This area is located to the southeast of the Fort Point Channel. Placed next to Dorchester Bay, South Boston contains historic sites like Dorchester Heights. This area was where George Washington once forced the British to evacuate during the Revolutionary War.

Fort William and Mary was originally the site evacuated by the British. Renamed Fort Independence, the fort is now a National Historic Landmark on Castle Island. Interestingly, this island was also the place where Edgar Allan Poe was stationed in 1827. In recent decades, the City Point neighborhood located near Castle Island has watched real estate prices rise to become some of the highest in Boston. Nicknamed East Side by realtors, this area has remained popular because of its gentrification and access to downtown Boston.

Because of the recent gentrification process, the real estate market in South Boston has consistently advanced in recent years. Each year, it hosts the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Rooted in Irish pride, this neighborhood holds a Rugby Day at Moakley Park. Earlier Irish-Catholic residents left their mark with the many churches that dot the squares and neighborhood centers. Originally founded in hard-working, industrial roots, it has grown to include amenities that rival other East Coast cities. Over the years, unused warehouses and industrial sites have been transformed into environmentally-conscious complexes.

This safe neighborhood is home to sandy shores along Pleasure Bay. This bay is a popular spot for beach volleyball, sun bathing and swimming. For historical sites, residents can check out Fort Independence or the Harrison Loring House. The Harrison Loring House was first constructed in 1865, but was later used as a convent before it became a historical landmark.

The biggest event of the year is the St. Patrick's Day Parade. This event originally started after the British were forced out of Boston in 1776. Evacuation day was named a holiday in 1901 for the city. IN honor of this day, a parade is hosted on St. Patrick's Day.

Meanwhile, cultural and entertainment destinations can be readily found in the neighborhood. Residents can check out the unique pieces at the Institute of Contemporary Art at the Boston Harbor. The South Boston Waterfront also contains a total of 78 restaurants. For transportation options, residents can check out local bus lines and the silver line of the MBTA. Top parks include the South Boston Maritime Park, Thomas Park, Castle Island Park and M Street Park.

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