If I asked you to describe a quintessential Charlestown residence, this would be it! You really couldn't find a more charming home -- inside and out. I hope you'll check out the pix and 3D tour!
Your sanctuary awaits!
Nestled back from the street at the end of a gated, gas lit and flower-lined walkway, this charming 19th-century brick townhome is a true urban oasis! Loaded with historic Charlestown character in a move-in ready package, this 3-level home features gorgeous pumpkin pine floors, exposed brick, stained glass, lots of built ins, and a beamed kitchen ceiling, not to mention a private enclosed patio with garden area AND an amazing roof deck with 360 degree city views. Laundry is in the basement, along with a new boiler and plenty of storage. Situated on a one-way side street right off Main with easy access to Charlestown’s many great restaurants, cafes, and parks. Whole Foods plaza is just two blocks away and the Orange Line T at Community College is less than a half mile.
Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1.5 Living area: 1,080 SF +/- Parking: on-street permit 2020 taxes: $4,768 with residential exemption
Listed at $875,000
So much to love about this vibrant neighborhood!
Grocery shopping couldn't be more convenient with Whole Foods just two blocks away (there's also a CVS and Ace Hardware there too)!
If you prefer your produce locally sourced, check out Charlestown's seasonal farmers market
Drink your pints where George Washington and Paul Revere once did at The Warren Tavern -- the oldest pub in Massachusetts, dating to 1780
Great neighborhood walks through Monument Square's gas light district and the Navy Yard's waterfront
Bunker Hill Monument -- explore the museum or just enjoy the park
Easy bike and pedestrian access to the North End via the Charlestown Bridge, and to Cambridge via the North Bank Bridge from Paul Revere Park