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Amazing Inman Square loft with garage parking!

253 Norfolk U1-6, Cambridge

Looking forward to spending the next few days over at my great new listing — it is a gorgeous space with great light and central air 🙂

253 Norfolk Street, Unit 1-6, Cambridge — listed at $495,000

Open houses: Thu 5:30 – 7 pm, Sat & Sun, 12 – 1:30 pm

This dramatic and spacious Inman Square condo features a flexible open layout, a wall of oversized windows, soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, and exposed beams. The main living area offers many possibilities with plenty of room for dining and entertaining, and you’ll love the large bedroom with ample storage space in two side-by-side closets and additional cabinets above. Other perks include central air, underground garage parking and a great common outdoor space for lounging and grilling. Located on a tree-lined side street in vibrant Inman Square with its many cafs, restaurants and shops, and midway between Central and Union Squares. The Red Line T at Central is only a half mile away, and both Harvard & MIT are within a mile. Walkscore = 92 “Walker’s Paradise.” Well-run, professionally managed association makes this a great option for owner-occupants and investors!

Year built/converted: 1986/1998 Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Living area: 854 SF +/- per Master Deed Parking: one garage space Condo fee: $446 / month (includes a surcharge for 7-year loan payoff) 2016 taxes: $1,196 with residential exemption

You’ll love the amazing location!

253 Norfolk U1-6, Cambridge

Some neighborhood favorites:

  1. 1369 Coffee House—much loved for its great coffee, food and homey ambiance

  2. Atwood’s Tavern—great local pub with live music, good food and a great outdoor patio

  3. Bom Café—cozy neighborhood café where the food is homemade and service is friendly

  4. Clover Food Lab—hip spot for a quick, healthy, casual meal or snack

  5. The Druid—pub featuring Celtic music, trivia, sports, great fare and a friendly vibe

  6. Donnelly Field—meet your neighbors at this great gathering place for local dog owners

  7. Inman Square Hardware—every neighborhood needs a good hardware store

  8. Oleana—this amazing restaurant is literally two doors down

  9. Puritan & Company—another great restaurant right up the street

  10. Ryles Jazz Club—live music, dancing and a great Sunday brunch

  11. S&S Deli & Restaurant—a Cambridge institution for nearly 100 years!

  12. Seasonal Farmer’s Market in Union Square—offering fresh fruit, vegetables, breads and live music May – November

  13. Whole Foods Market—a great recent addition to the Inman area

… and many, many more!


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