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Richdale Place

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Richdale Place is a well-run 20-unit condo building located close to Porter Square, at the corner of Richdale Ave. and Walden St. This welcoming four-story condominium community features floor plans with one, two, or three bedrooms, ranging from 813 to 1,848 square feet. Richmond Place condos have a price range of $569,000 to $630,000.

So what can residents expect from the condos at Richmond Place? They can expect beautifully laid out floor plans with an open living area, astonishingly high ceilings, and gorgeous hardwood flooring. They can expect large windows and a great deal of natural light. The spacious master bedrooms have an en suite bath and a large amount of closet space. Residents can expect a washer and dryer in their unit and a private deck where they can take in the surroundings with a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening. The kitchens at Richmond Place are equipped with appliances such as a refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, garbage disposal, and gas stove.

Richdale Place offers a lot of convenient amenities. Here is a list of some of these amenities:

Richdale Place is close to Porter and Davis Squares, and residents are free to experience all of the exciting activities and amenities that Cambridge has to offer. Owners have to pay a monthly association fee, which includes water, sewer, elevator, exterior maintenance, master insurance, and snow removal.

Located at the corner of Richdale Avenue and Walden Street near Porter Square, the four-story, 20-unit Richdale Place condo community is easily accessible from Davis Square, the MBTA Red Line and the commuter rail.

Ranging in size from 813 to 1,848 square feet, the one- , two- and three-bedroom condos are priced from $569,000 to $630,000. Two-bedroom, two-bath homes average around 1,200 square feet.

Each open-concept unit features comfortable air conditioning, towering ceilings, massive windows with custom treatments that let in plenty of natural light and beautiful hardwood floors. You have your own in-unit washer and dryer hookups that give you the convenience of doing the laundry at home and a private deck or balcony where you can just relax at the end of a long day. There's also a large, beautifully-landscaped roof deck and garden to enjoy with your neighbors.

The full kitchen includes a granite breakfast bar and such sleek stainless steel appliances as a refrigerator, a gas stove, a microwave and a dishwasher, along with a garbage disposal. Your roomy master bedroom includes lots of closet space and a luxurious en-suite bath.

You have additional storage room in the garage, along with either one or two deeded parking spaces that you access via a heated driveway. The elevator to your home is conveniently located in the garage, so you needn't worry about stepping out in bad weather when you get in and out of your vehicle.

The green energy-efficient community offers several excellent amenities, including a community entertainment center with a full-service kitchen and a fireplace, a sliding door that leads to a beautiful patio garden, an exercise room and a reserved guest bedroom suite with a private bath.

The monthly community association fee includes elevator access, water, sewer, snow removal, exterior maintenance and master insurance.


Not far from the community is Avon Hill Historic District, which features some of the finest Second Empire and Victorian residences in the City of Cambridge. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, the district includes 44 residential properties, most of which are large 2.5-story wood-frame structures. One structure is of brick and another is a combination of wood and brick.

Formerly known as Jones Hill, Avon Hill was an agricultural area from the mid-1600s to the mid-1800s. The first homes were built on the top five acres of the hill in 1869.

When you're in the mood for stepping out for recreation, nearby Danehy Park is 50 acres of recreational opportunity. Built at the site of a former landfill, the park is an example of a wasteland transformed into a community resource. Whether you're interested in bicycling, jogging, softball, soccer or just studying nature, you'll be pleased with the opportunities at Danehy Park.

Also in the area is St. Peter's Field, the site of the annual Oldtime Baseball Game, a charity event where players are decked in flannel uniforms that represent the various eras in the history of baseball.

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