250 Congress Ave
Have you searched for a home in southeastern Chelsea, Massachusetts? The Willow Park residential community lies very close to the heart of Boston. It includes 47 townhome-style attached units. Constructed during 1987, this complex sits at the intersection of Congress Avenue and Highland Street, just a few blocks south of Central Avenue.
The townhomes in this development cluster in attached groups. Most buildings include five units on each side. The buildings form a roughly rectangular array surrounding an interior paved parking lot. A high privacy wood fence surrounds portions of the exterior of this development. A basketball court area surrounded by a chain link fence adjoins the development on the Highland Street side. Congress Avenue, Highland Street, and Maverick Street border three sides of this development. Another property sits immediately east of this site.
These three story tall wood frame buildings furnish large windows and either brick veneer or brick veneer and siding exteriors. (In some buildings, brick veneer covers the ground level and siding completes upper stories; in other buildings, siding covers every story uniformly.) Residents access units within the complex directly through individual entrances.
Some end units include front steps. However, the community also includes townhomes accessed directly from the ground level. Some residents living in units facing the street maintain private garden or patio areas.
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These townhomes include variable sizes. Many reportedly offer nearly 1600 square feet of living space. Residents enjoy a balcony, a deck, or a dedicated patio. Individual units supply front entrances accessed via the interior parking lot, or directly from the street. (Condo owners receive a single parking space. The condo association offers additional parking on a rental basis.)
Most units include at least one full bath and a half bath, and some offer three full baths. The majority of townhomes in this development supply two bedrooms. The city provides sewer and water service, and many residents have chosen to add air conditioners to their condos. Residents in some units possess basements, offering extra storage space.
Reportedly, in 2017 the HOA fees in this residential community stood far below the average, at only $150 per month. Limited online information exists concerning the services covered by this fee. The location of this development places it at minimal risk for flooding, a problem in some other places in Chelsea.
The Willow Park condos sit in southeastern Chelsea, not far from Highland Park. Residents enjoy ready access to some important highway transportation corridors through the Greater Boston Metro Area. To the southeast of this location, the Chelsea Street Bridge links the City of Chelsea to Eagle Hill and Boston's Logan International Airport. On the west, the Highway 1 toll bridge offers a quick route to the Bunker Hill Monument, employment opportunities and health care services.
This residential development lies within a one miles radius of public schools serving elementary, middle school and high school students. Residents can also reach private schools within the metro area from this urban location. The John Silbert Early Learning Center stands just 0.3 miles away from this site.