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Property of the Week: Mine!

After 5+ wonderful years in my awesome Area Four condo, I have decided it’s time to move on to someplace with a bit more space, and so here I find myself, listing my lovely home for sale. Am feeling a bit melancholy because I love this place so much — the bright airiness it always has, despite the weather, the amazing fiery sunsets on view every night from my sofa and my deck, the beautiful curved staircase leading to my door, the gorgeous wide pine floors dating back to 1873 (imagine what they’ve seen!) — but alas, it’s time. I know I’m biased, but I just hope that whoever buys it will love it as much as I do.

My good friend and colleague Natasha Burger will be listing it for me — she’ll be here doing open houses both Saturday and Sunday 12 – 1:30, so stop by and say hi! Here’s the info about my place…

289 Washington Street, Unit 3 — 1 BR/ 1 ba, 711 SF — listed at $449,000

Gorgeous top-floor condo in vibrant neighborhood between Central & Kendall/MIT boasts vaulted ceilings, tons of windows, skylights and original wide pine floors. Gut-renovated in 2005, this home has a spacious open layout living/dining area, modern kitchen with white shaker cabinets and granite counters, large bedroom with walk-in closet, and a lovely private roof deck with amazing sunset views. Additional perks include in-unit laundry, built-in bookshelves, basement storage, ample permit parking, and a pet-friendly, 100% owner-occupied association. Located in the heart of the city’s best restaurants, cafes, bakeries, several grocery stores, live music venues, the theater and more… urban living at its finest!

Year built/converted: 1873/2005 Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Living area: 711 SF +/- per Master Deed Parking: on-street permit Condo fee: $200/month Assessed value: $337,900 2015 Taxes: $769 with residential exemption

Check out all the great places in this vibrant neighborhood!

Area Four — a coffee shop / bakery / bar / small plates restaurant at 500 Tech Square Bondir — a new “farm-house style” restaurant offering sustainable American cuisine Café Luna — great bistro café with outdoor dining in the summer Central Bottle Wine & Provisions — come try out their Thursday night wine bar and other events Central Square Theater — featuring two critically acclaimed theater companies Craigie on Main — named by The Globe as one of “The 10 Most Influential Restaurants” of the decade Cuchi Cuchi — small-plate dishes in a retro-glam space with lots of signature cocktails Flour Bakery & Café — eat in or take out to enjoy “the simple pleasures” of their delicious baked goods Harvest Co-Op — a community-owned market offering a variety of natural foods and products Toscanini’s The New York Times calls this “the world’s best ice cream” VIM Fitness Spa & Salon — an Aveda-concept gym with classes and personal training Whole Foods Market — natural and organic grocery store


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