345 Harvard St
345 Harvard St
Placed at 345 Harvard Street, these condos were built in just 2006. This condominium is a part of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Residents at the 345 Harvard Street Condos can choose between 28 units. While the property was transformed into condominiums in 2006, the original building actually dates back to the mid-century. They were completely renovated with modern interiors and amenities for a heightened lifestyle experience.
One of the reasons why residents love these condos is because of their location. They are just a few blocks away from the Twin City Shopping Center and Harvard Yard. Plus, residents can easily walk to to the Lechmere MBTA station and public parks.
Other than location, residents can enjoy a number of unique amenities. The units offer one- to three-bedroom layouts. One or two bathrooms are outfitted in every unit. Within the updated kitchens, residents will discover stainless steel appliances and high-end finishes. Glass block features are found throughout the unit. Boasting of walls of windows, these units are equipped with beautiful hardwood flooring.
Within this elevator building, residents will find amenities like garage parking. From the unit, residents can walk out onto their private balcony using the sliding glass door. In the summertime, the in-wall air conditioning units help to keep the condos cool. These contemporary apartments are built within a 1960s brick building. The kitchens are outfitted with plenty of cabinet space and granite counters. The open dining area and living rooms have wall-to-wall windows.
In addition to air conditioning units, the condos contain ceiling fans for extra air circulation. In the master bedrooms, residents will find large closets and over-sized windows. The second bedrooms also contain large closets. While the bathrooms are tiled, the rest of the unit has hardwood floors. The units on the upper floors offer amazing views of the surrounding area.
Within this airy, light complex, residents can enjoy a community-like environment. Community features include a bicycle rack and a private storage bin. As an added convenience, residents can use the common laundry room at the property. This laundry space can be found in the basement. Depending on the condo, residents can also enjoy having a covered parking space. Living rooms and dining rooms have open layouts for plenty of entertaining space.
Bathrooms have been remodeled to have more modern design concepts. Residents will also find stainless steel appliances like built-in microwaves, garbage disposals and dishwashers in the kitchen. To make the homes more energy efficient, the condos have been outfitted with insulated windows and insulated doors. Each unit is designed to be cable ready.
From the complex, it is only five blocks to Harvard Yard. The property is within walking distance of the public library, the red line, Central Square and Harvard Square. From the 345 Harvard Street Condos, residents can reach the Harvard Square Station just 0.5 miles away. While the Kendall Station and the Porter Square Station are 1.6 miles away, the Central Square Station is just a 0.6 mile walk. To reach Logan International, residents just have to drive 8.7 miles.
Within this beautiful area of Cambridge, residents will find bustling streets and an intellectual ambiance. Boasting of scaled-down architecture, this area is filled with Colonial-era homes. Residents can enjoy having easy access to top restaurants and shops. While many shops can be reached by walking, residents can also use public transportation options to reach outlying areas.
The main shopping district in the area is Massachusetts Avenue. Cambridge is home to two world-class universities. Many residents enroll at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University. Meanwhile, Kendall Square offers one of the most innovative areas in the country. This area is home to a wealth of start-ups and entrepreneurial enterprises.
For cultural options, residents can check out the Semitic Museum at Harvard, the Harvard Art Museum or the Harvard Museum of Natural History. In addition, the MIT Museum is a popular option. Music lovers can enjoy classical performances, jazz bands and everything in between. Some of the most popular music venues in the area include Club Passim, the Nameless Coffeehouse and the Middle East. For recreational options, residents can check out the esplanade along the Charles River, Fresh Pond, Cambridge Common or the Alewife Brook Reservation.
Just a short two minutes from Harvard Square, the gorgeous brick condos at 345 Harvard Street offer the ultimate in convenience. Constructed in 1964 and remodeled in 2007, this mid-rise complex features private skyline views of both the City of Cambridge and breathtaking New England sunsets.
Available for sale or rent, these two-bedroom, one-and-one-half-bath open-concept condos range in size from around 850 to 870 square feet.
The modern kitchen features plenty of cabinet space; granite countertops; sleek stainless steel appliances, including a range, an oven, a refrigerator, a built-in microwave and a dishwasher; as well as a garbage disposal. The convenient in-unit laundry gives you the freedom to do the wash at home anytime you wish.
Your comfortable, bright master bedroom features large windows for viewing the city and a private en-suite full bath.
The pet-friendly community offers residents an on-site coin-operated laundry, convenient indoor elevator, parking for your vehicle and a bike rack for storing the bike you ride the short distance to the public library, retail shops or restaurants.
Combining big city convenience with an intellectual atmosphere, classic architecture and historic Colonial-era homes, Mid-Cambridge gives its residents a desirable, balanced lifestyle.
Boasting an outstanding public transit system, abundant arts and culture attractions and pedestrian-friendly streets, the Mid-Cambridge neighborhood includes Central, Inman and historic Harvard Squares. Somerville lies to the north of the neighborhood along Hampshire and Line Streets, and Prospect Street borders on the east.
Central Square lies at the junction of Massachusetts and Western Avenues and Prospect Street and includes Lafayette Square, located at the junction of Massachusetts Avenue and Main, Columbia and Sidney Streets. The Central Square Historic District, added in 1990 to the National Register of Historic Places, lies along Massachusetts Avenue between Main and Clinton Streets.
Harvard Square lies along Massachusetts Avenue to the northwest, Inman Square is located along Prospect Street to the north and Kendall Square lies along Main to the east of Central Square.
The MBTA Red Line Central station and Routes 1, 64, 83 and 91 provide access to Central Square. This handy access is one reason Central Square is the main commercial center for several surrounding neighborhoods.
Inman Square generally refers to the area at the intersection of Hampshire and Harvard Streets. Geologically, the land of the Inman Square region was originally a flat area surrounded by swampland. Central Square lies to south, Harvard Square to the west, East Cambridge to the east and Union Square to the north of Inman Square. Porter Square is accessible to the northwest and Kendall Square accessible to the southeast via Hampshire Street.
Known as Cambridge's historic area, the triangular plaza of Harvard Square lies at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Brattle and John F. Kennedy Streets. The "Square" serves as an important commercial center for both students of Harvard University and western Cambridge residents. Because of the close proximity to the MBTA subway, a visitor information kiosk, an international newsstand and an open-performance area known as "The Pit," pedestrians regularly flock to the center of Harvard Square.