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Property of the Week: 3 New Somerville Condos!

In this market of super low inventory, I LOVE when I can bring multiple units to the market — this week, it’s three renovated condos in a new Somerville conversion that I’m co-listing with my colleague Natasha Burger. Details follow, and I invite you to come visit the open houses this weekend — Saturday, November 2 from 1 – 2 pm and Sunday, November 3 from 12 – 1 pm.

44 Radcliffe Road, Somerville

Three beautiful & spacious renovated condos in a great Somerville neighborhood! Units feature flowing layouts with large rooms, high ceilings, lots of windows, hardwood floors, modern kitchens with granite and stainless, and in-unit laundry. Flexible floorplans allow for use as three-bedroom units. Additional storage in the basement and parking available for purchase.

Unit 1 — 2 bedrooms + study, 1 bath, 1170 SF +/-, listed at $399,000 Download MLS listing for Unit 1 here. Download floorplan for Unit 1 here.

Unit 2 — 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 1016 SF +/-, listed at $389,000 (not yet on MLS) Download floorplan for Unit 2 here.

Unit 3 — 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 1060 SF +/-, listed at $395,000 Download MLS listing for Unit 3 here. Download floorplan for Unit 3 here.

Conveniently located in the heart of the city near the library and City Hall, with easy access to Routes 28 and 93, Sullivan Station and just a half-mile to vibrant Union Square with its many cafés, restaurants, shops, farmers market and community festivals. And this neighborhood is poised for great things. Check out what’s on the docket…

Local celebrity restaurateurs Ana Sortun and Cassie Piuma, of Oleana and Sofra fame, just opened their new restaurant Sarma on the corner of Marshall and Pearl Streets, just down the street from 44 Radcliffe. The much-anticipated restaurant is a “friendly neighborhood mezze bar” drawing inspiration from Turkey and beyond.

And… The Gilman Square Station of the Green Line Extension will be right there too, with entrances on Medford and School Streets. “We aim to reestablish Gilman Square as a transit-focused civic, residential, and commercial location,” said Deborah Fennick, architect at Fennick & McCreadie Architecture, the firm that designed the station. Check out this rendering:


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