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Gorgeous 2+/3 bed condo *truly* in the heart of Union Square

Not too long ago, I had a couple years where Church Street in Somerville was my second home — I listed and sold I think eight places on this cute little Union Square street. So this week, my listing feels a bit like a homecoming. I have written another post on the backstory, which is kind of fun — if you want to check it out, here’s the link.

11 Church St, U1, Somerville — 3 bed / 2 bath, 1089 SF — listed at $649,000

Open houses Sat & Sun, October 15 & 16, 12 – 1:30 pm

Live in the heart of Union Square! Stunning 2+/3 BR/2 bath condo featuring an open layout with great flow, high ceilings, hardwood floors and tons of windows. Unit boasts gorgeous fixtures/finishes and amenities including central air, plenty of closets, master BR w/ en suite bath, in-unit laundry, extra storage, parking, and a common back porch. Self-managed, pet-friendly association. Great location offers the best of city living — cafés, restaurants, shops, farmers market and community festivals. Direct bus service to Red, Orange & Green Lines, Harvard & MIT. Walkscore = 94! “Walker’s Paradise”

Year built/converted: 1900/2013 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Living area: 1089 SF +/- per Master Deed Parking: 1 space Condo fee: $175 / month 2016 taxes: $5,908 without residential exemption

11 Church Street, Unit 1, Somerville

So much to love in vibrant Union Square!

  1. The Independent—casual neighborhood restaurant and pub

  2. Be Yoga—offering Vinyasa yoga for all levels

  3. Bloc 11 Café—great coffee shop housed in a former bank, with wifi, art exhibits and frequent live music

  4. Artisan’s Asylum—a “community craft studio” offering space and equipment rentals, classes, and events

  5. Brooklyn Boulders—Somerville’s very own rock climbing gym and multi-functional community space

  6. Capone Foods—get your fresh pasta, cheeses and specialty items here—you can even take cooking classes!

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

  8. Market Basket—people drive for miles for this grocery store’s fresh produce and super low prices

  9. Prospect Hill Park—tranquil park with great views of the Boston skyline

  10. Nunziato Field Dog Park—this designated off-leash park is a great place to watch puppies play and meet your neighbors

  11. Ricky’s Flower Market—fantastic selection of flowers, plants and herbs

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

Plus, direct buses to Davis, Harvard, Central and Kendall/MIT (Red Line), Sullivan Station (Orange Line), Lechmere Station (Green Line), Harvard Business School, Fenway/Longwood area, Chestnut Hill Reservoir and more!


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