533 Cambridge St
533 Cambridge St
Located at 533 Cambridge Street, this condominium is a part of Brighton, Massachusetts. Depending on the condo, residents can enjoy having an off-street parking space. From modern kitchens to beautiful designs, these units offer a comfortable, lavish rental experience. Placed close to the green line, this complex is near the Mass Pike. Residents can access the bus to Kenmore Square and Harvard Square. Using the express bus, residents can also access the Financial District.
At 533 Cambridge Street, residents will discover sleek hardwood flooring. In the modern kitchens, tenants can enjoy having cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Each apartment is equipped with a washer and dryer in the unit. As an added convenience, the units are outfitted with central air conditioning.
Constructed in just 2007, this elevator building features exclusive parking. Many units feature high-end finishes like Bosch appliances and granite counters. Residents can enjoy having plenty of storage space in the walk-in closets. In the bathrooms, residents will find Travertine tiling. Plenty of natural light is provided through the floor-to-ceiling windows. A luxurious ambiance is created through recessed LED lighting.
Boasting of an open floor plan, the units feature state-of-the-art kitchens and deeded storage. The stacked garage parking utilizes a hydraulic lift. This luxury building is run by a professional management team. The walk-in closets are custom designed.
Meanwhile, the master bathrooms feature a rainfall shower head. Because of the over-sized windows, residents can enjoy having abundant natural lighting. Kitchens are also equipped with a breakfast bar that overlooks the living room. These living rooms are spacious enough to accommodate a dining table as well as typical living room furniture.
From the complex, it is just a short walk to the T and downtown. This property is conveniently close to supermarkets, bars, restaurants and public transportation options. Brighton was originally a part of Cambridge for 160 years. Known as Little Cambridge, it eventually separated from the bigger city in 1807. Since then, it has grown within the northwestern corner of Boston, Massachusetts.
For transportation options, residents can use local and express MBTA buses. This area offers the B branch of the MBTA's green line with 11 of the stops placed along Commonwealth Avenue. Meanwhile, the C branch can be reached at Cleveland Circle. Brighton is connected to the rest of Boston through the Allston neighborhood. On the other boundaries, it is bordered by Watertown, Cambridge, Brookline and Newton. The Charles River actually separates this town from Watertown and Cambridge.
Back in 1630, this land was originally incorporated as a part of Watertown. Four years later, it was transferred to the town that would later become Cambridge. For several centuries, Brighton was a small farming community. There were a few Boston merchants who lived in the area, but it was primarily a rural area. In 1775, a cattle market was set up to supply the Continental Army. Before long, Brighton became the largest meat packing area in the state. Ultimately, a disagreement about the cattle industry and the Great Bridge led Brighton residents to separate from Cambridge.
During the early 1800s, Brighton became a major gardening and horticultural area. It retained its slaughterhouses at the Brighton Abattoir and the Brighton Stock Yards. In the last century, it has taken on a residential, urban character. The city has grown to include top restaurants, bars and excellent shopping options.
Residents at 533 Cambridge Street can enjoy having a short walk to local transportation options. The Allston Street Station is only 0.4 miles away. Meanwhile, the Long Avenue Station and Griggs Street Station are just half a mile away. To access the Harvard Avenue Station, residents just have to traverse 0.6 miles. Frequent travelers can enjoy having Logan International Airport only 8.4 miles away. For commuter rail options, residents can check out Porter Square and Yawkey.
Because of the many universities and entrepreneurial start-ups in the area, Allston and Brighton have developed a hip, trendy ambiance. Residents can find happening bars and restaurants nearby. In Allston, residents can check out the Harvard Business School. Commuters can also enjoy having a location that is relatively close to Boston. Major roadways in the area include the Mass Pike, Route 2 and Storrow Drive.
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