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Property of the Week: Airy Top Floor Condo in the Heart of Inman Square!

Back in the spring I listed another unit in this great 4-unit association, and am now very happy to present the second… it’s super cute and can’t beat the location. Come see it this weekend at my open houses Saturday & Sunday noon – 1 pm!

102 Concord Ave, Somerville — 2+ BR/1 ba, 927 SF — listed at $449,000

Download MLS listing for 102 Concord Ave, Somerville here. Download floorplan for 102 Concord Ave, Somerville here. This lovely unit offers a private entrance, open concept living/kitchen/dining, two bedrooms plus an extra room that would make a great study or office. Other features include wide-pine floors, fresh paint throughout, brand new stainless appliances and central air. The 4-unit building is attractive and well maintained and offers a common patio and off-street parking. Located on a side street near the Cambridge line in vibrant Inman Square with its many cafés, restaurants, shops, and brand new Whole Foods market. Both Harvard & MIT are less than a mile away, as is the Central Square T Station, and the future Green Line Station at Union Square will be just 1/2 mile down the block! Association is 100% owner-occupied and pet friendly.

Year built/converted: 1900/1999 Bedrooms: 2+ Bathrooms: 1 Living area: 927 SF +/- per master deed Parking: lot with 3 spots shared among 4 units (ask agent for details) Condo fee: $157/month Assessed value: $309,900 2014 Taxes: $3,963 without residential exemption

So much to love in this vibrant neighborhood:

1369 Coffee House – much loved for its great coffee, food and homey ambiance Clover Food Lab – hip spot for a quick, healthy, casual meal or snack The Druid – celtic music, trivia, sports, great fare and friendly vibe Inman Square Hardware – every neighborhood needs a good hardware store Puritan & Company – consistently ranked as one of the best new restaurants – locally and nationally Ryles Jazz Club – live music, dancing and a great Sunday brunch S&S Deli & Restaurant – a Cambridge institution for nearly 100 years The Thirsty Scholar – the iconic pub featured in The Social Network is also a neighborhood favorite Trina’s Starlight Lounge/Parlor Sports – two great neighborhood joints for food & drinks Walgreens – just around the corner with late night hours – super convenient Whole Foods Market – great produce, bakery and pre-made meals practically next door!

Nearby bus stops provide direct access to the Red, Green and Orange Lines, the Central Square Station is less than a mile away, and the future Union Square Station will be just 1/2 mile down the street!


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