315 Harvard St
Located in Mid-Cambridge, Stockholm is home to eight stunning condominium units. These condos range from 1,037 to 1,120 square feet. They sell in a price range of $522,000 to $650,000 and rent for approximately $4,100 per month. The majority of units have two bedrooms and one bath. The condos at Stockholm are in an absolutely stunning brick building. Although the building was built in 1900, the units have been renovated and meticulously up-kept, which makes Stockholm a very desirable community to live in.
The condos at Stockholm feature spacious living rooms with big windows that draw in a plethora of natural light. Although these units have similar floor plans, each unit is particularly unique. They do have one thing in common, however. They all have spacious bedrooms, gorgeous hardwood floors, and large bay windows. There is also plenty of closet space. The living rooms feature a built-in bookshelf with drawer space. The roomy kitchens, which vary from galley to pull alcove style, feature a refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, and oven. Certain units have a cozy fireplace, crown molding and have been updated with high-end kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops. In certain units, the bathrooms have been remodeled with a stunning marble.
Stockholm is a professionally managed condominium community. Owners will have to pay a very low association fee that includes heat and hot water. Other amenities include an area to do laundry within the building and a common roof deck. On-street parking is available. Select units are cable and Internet ready.
Stockhom is conveniently located near several local neighborhood parks such as Cooper Park and Wilder Play Area. Since these condos are just minutes from Harvard Square and Central Square, residents can take advantage of the local sights, sounds, and activities.
Located at 315 Harvard Street in Mid-Cambridge, the eight-unit brick Stockholm condominium complex, constructed in 1900, now consists of beautiful historic homes with contemporary features. Renovated in 1981, the units range in size from 1,037 to 1,120 square feet, are priced between $522,000 and $650,000 and rent for around $4,100 per month. Most units include two bedrooms and one bath.
Although each unit is in itself a unique home, all feature beautiful gleaming stained hardwood floors and spacious living rooms with windows that let in plenty of natural light and a built-in bookshelf with lots of drawer space.
The kitchens are also spacious, some of galley and some of pull-alcove style, and each includes appliances such as a refrigerator, an oven, a microwave and a dishwasher. The roomy bedrooms contain lots of closet space.
Select units include cable and Internet access, modern recessed lighting, a cozy fireplace with the original mantle and updated kitchens with high-end cabinetry, rich granite countertops and sleek stainless steel appliances. Some units feature contemporary baths remodeled in gorgeous marble.
Community amenities include a convenient laundry area and a common roof deck that you can enjoy with your neighbors.
The minimal association fee includes heat, hot water, sewer, landscaping, refuse and snow removal and master insurance.
Only minutes from Central and Harvard Squares, the community is near many neighborhood parks, including Cooper Park and Wilder Play Area.
Also known as Hancock Street Park, the 16-acre Cooper Park features lots of shade and is a perfect place to take the kids on a warm summer day. Located just outside Harvard Park, Cooper is surrounded by Garden and Waterhose Streets and Massachusetts Avenue.
During the summer, kids are invited to take part in the Cooper Park Arts in the Park series held Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings 10 a.m. until noon. The sessions include such simple craft activities as face painting, chalk drawing, jewelry making and bubbles. Story time will be held Wednesdays, July 5 and 19 and August 2 and 16 at 11 a.m. Evening family entertainment takes place Thursdays 6 to 8 p.m. from July 6-August 17 and includes puppets, juggling, dancing and clowns.
Adjacent Harvard Park is the ideal destination for the tennis enthusiast. Located at 149 Harvard, this public court is a favorite meeting place for local tennis players.
Another nearby park, Clement Morgan, is located between Columbia and Pine Streets and was renovated in 2010 with upgrades to lighting and pathways, new playground equipment, furniture seating and signs, replanting of trees and grass and the addition of a community bulletin board and an emergency call box. Featuring separate playgrounds for tots and older kids, the shady park also features a basketball court.