SOLD FOR $750,000
Beautiful south-facing unit at One First!
Enjoy all the conveniences of living in a full-service building – 24/7 concierge, fitness center, library/community room, a lovely landscaped courtyard and large rooftop deck with skyline views of Cambridge & Boston – not to mention a great covered parking space right next to the lobby entrance! All new in 2010, Unit 324 is move-in ready and offers high ceilings, oversized south-facing windows, open-layout living space, a well-designed kitchen with breakfast bar, large bedroom with two closets, in-unit laundry and a bath and a half. Amazing location right across the street from the Lechmere Green Line as well as North Point Park and Cambridge Crossing. Just a few blocks to the Charles River and within a mile to Kendall/MIT (with the Red Line train), Inman Square and MGH. Walk Score = 94 (“Walker’s Paradise). Well-managed, pet-friendly association.
Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1.5 Living area: 844 SF Parking: one deeded, covered parking space
Condo fee: $655 2021 Taxes: $4,722 (does not reflect residential exemption)
Listed at $749,000
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So much to love in this amazing neighborhood!
Local favorite chef Will Gilson's latest restaurants are right across the street at Cambridge Crossing – The Lexington with Cafe Beatrice & Gepetto
Cambridgeside Galleria – 120 stores and restaurants under one roof and at your disposal
Charles River Canoe & Kayak – paddle the Charles for a unique view of Boston, the Zakim Bridge, MIT and more!
Desfina Restaurant – this family-run taverna is great for casual and amazingly good dining
Brothers Marketplace – Cambridge's newest grocery store by Roche Bros. offers all the essentials as well as prepared meals
Farmer’s Market at Kendall Square – great seasonal option for local produce, baked goods, and artisanal delights
Fuji at Kendall – upscale sushi and Asian fusion just down the block
Kendall Square Cinema – THE Cambridge destination for independent and foreign films
Lone Star Taco Bar – this recent addition to the neighborhood is already a local favorite
Multicultural Arts Center – this local treasure offers a regular program of dance, music and theater
New Deal Fish Market – come visit Carl at this third-generation family business with the best fresh seafood in Boston
North Point Park – great urban park on the banks of the Charles has gardens, a playground, dog-friendly space and a footbridge into Charlestown
All this plus easy access into several Boston neighborhoods – over the bridge into Beacon Hill, across the locks into the North End and via the North Bank pedestrian & bike bridge into Charlestown!