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2353 Mass Ave

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2353 Mass Ave



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Originally constructed in 1973, this condominium has been regularly updated and maintained for a thoroughly modern experience. Outfitted with elevators, it is professionally managed by talented staff members. Filled with modern conveniences, this condominium is placed at 2353 Mass Avenue in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

At this complex, residents will discover on-street, permit parking. Every resident can enjoy having access to a common laundry room and bicycle storage. Placed close to Porter Square and Davis Square, the property is near the Minuteman bike path. It is also close to the T Station's red line, shopping options and restaurant venues.

Within the units, residents will encounter large living rooms and dining rooms. The kitchens and bathrooms have been updated with modern design concepts and amenities. Using the sliding glass door, residents can easily access their private balcony. This spacious balcony is perfect for enjoying the summer sun or watching the sun set after a long day at work. Boasting of generous closet space, these units include spacious bedrooms.

Many of the units are designed with track lighting in the kitchens and sleek hardwood flooring. Kitchens in the renovated units include tile backsplashes, maple cabinetry and granite counters. Stainless steel appliances like refrigerators, microwaves, dishwashers and stoves can be found in the kitchens. Outfitted with deep hall closets, select units offer tiled bathrooms. Meanwhile, wall air conditioning units help to cool off the units during the hot months.

The common laundry room and bike storage can be found on the first floor. Many of the units include exclusive, deeded garage space. Select units also offer extra storage space within the basement. Depending on the unit, the private balcony also offers treetop views of the surrounding area or views of Cambridge. Within this brick building, residents can enjoy ample sunlight and large closets. Expansive living rooms offer plenty of space for entertaining.

Designed to be cable-ready, these units are only a few blocks away from Davis Station. Boasting of pet-friendly options, the units are protected through an intercom system.

2353 Mass Avenue offers easy access to Harvard University and Alewife Brook Parkway. Commuters can readily access Routes 2, 90, 93, 38, 38, 95, 16 and 28. The Logan and Hanscom are just a short drive away. Meanwhile, the 77 bus stops right in front of the complex.

Located across the Charles River from Boston, Cambridge originally began as a working-class town. Since its earlier beginnings, it has grown to include world-class universities, quiet residential streets and intellectual cafes. Named after the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, this city is known as the home of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University.

In 1630, Cambridge was chosen as the site of a settlement because it would be easy to defend against enemy ships. Within a year, the first homes were built in the area as a part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In 1636, the Newe College was started. Later renamed Harvard College, this college was built because it was near a popular preacher of the time period.

For years, Cambridge was primarily an agricultural village. In 1775. George Washington arrived and began commanding the American soldiers based at the Cambridge Common. Around this time, most of the Tory homes and estates were confiscated.

While it may have originally been agricultural, Cambridge quickly grew between 1890 and 1840. By the middle of the 19th century, it was at the center of the literary revolution. Top poets and writers lived in the area. In addition to being a literary center, the construction of new turnpikes allowed the city's commerce to advance. By the 1920s, this city was a nexus of industry in New England. After the Great Depression and World War II, Cambridge's industries declined. Instead, a new intellectual character began to grow.

High-technology start-ups arrived in the 1980s. Many of these technology companies can still be found around Kendall Square. With its blend of top amenities and desirable location, Cambridge has enjoyed a revitalization in recent decades.

Today, residents can enjoy easy transportation options and top schools. While the Massachusetts Turnpike does not go through the city, it can be reached through an exit near Allston. The MBTA offers mass transit options like buses and rail lines. Meanwhile, bicyclists can enjoy multiple bike paths. Other than the one by the Charles River, residents can also check out the Minuteman Bikeway and the Somerville Community Path. Bike lanes are also available on many streets.

Placed near the Concord Turnpike and Route 3, this complex has a convenient location at 28 Foch Street. These condos are known for being exceptionally exclusive with just two units available for residents. Designed with an exceptional attention to detail, this property boasts of large windows and plenty of natural light. Whether residents want spacious units or comfortable features, they can find the amenities they need at this beautiful condominium.

Amenities at the Condominium

This complex is placed at the intersection of Route 16 and Route 3. Within this convenient home, residents will find two different units. Each of these units is equipped with plenty of extra storage space. Designed with sleek hardwood flooring, these units are outfitted with gorgeous skylights and large windows. While the exact amenities and size vary between the two unit, both condos boast of gorgeous architecture and high-end finishes.

Unit 1

This lovely unit includes four rooms. Residents will find two bedrooms and one bathroom within the condo. Encompassing a total of 628 square feet, this condo boasts of a cozy, charming breakfast nook. Equipped with an eat-in kitchen, this unit is outfitted with appliances like a refrigerator and a stove. In the tiled bathroom, residents will discover lovely recessed lighting. Throughout this beautiful unit, residents will discover beautiful hardwood flooring.

Unit 2

This unit is slightly larger than the other one at the property. It includes a total of six rooms and 772 square feet of living space. Within this condo, residents will find two bathrooms and two bedrooms. In the eat-in kitchen, residents will discover a dishwasher, refrigerator and gas stove. Residents can enjoy having plenty of natural lighting and ample floor space within the large living rooms. In the updated bathrooms, residents will discover beautiful recessed lighting.

Features to Fall in Love With

Like most condominium properties, residents at 28 Foch Street pay a monthly association fee. This fee includes the cost of the building's maintenance and master insurance. As an added benefit, the association fee covers the cost of sewer and water.

When residents live at this property, they can enjoy having easy access to a number of desirable amenities. This property is equipped with on-site laundry facilities, so residents never have to leave home to finish their chores. There is ample space for parking around the complex as well as a paved driveway.

After a long day, residents can unwind within these spacious units. During warmer weather, the fenced-in yard is the perfect place to relax. Since these units are pet-friendly, the yard is also a great amenity for pet owners.

As an added convenience, there is extra space available for storage. The complex includes a basement and an attic that can be used for storing extra items. Located close to the Metro Bay Transportation Authority, this convenient property offers all of the amenities that residents need to enjoy life in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Because of their amenities and location, these units tend to go quickly once they appear on the marketplace. To find out why these condos are so desirable, schedule a condo tour right away.

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