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Three beds and two baths in great Somerville neighborhood!

This lovely townhome is the next best thing to a single family — and check out this amazing patio!

10 Murdock Street, Unit A, Somerville

10 Murdock Street, Unit A, Somerville

This lovely townhome has all the features you’re looking for — three bedrooms, two baths, a spacious top floor master suite, central air, in-unit laundry, a private patio / garden space, and parking for two cars! Renovated in 2003 and lovingly maintained by the owners, this condo is ready for you to move in and enjoy! Conveniently located on a side street between Magoun and Ball Squares, just two blocks to the Community Path, less than a mile to two Red Line train stations — Porter and Davis — and right around the corner from the proposed Ball Square Green Line Station. The 2-unit association is self-managed, 100% owner-occupied and pet friendly.

Year built/converted: 1920/2003 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Living area: 1,140 SF +/- per Master Deed Parking: two off-street spaces Condo fee: $125 / month 2017 taxes: $2,434 with residential exemption

10 Murdock Street, Unit A, Somerville

So much to love in this fun, hip neighborhood!

  1. The Armorythis amazing space offers a winter farmers’ market, live music, arts and community events

  2. Ball Square Café – just around the corner, this local favorite serves breakfast and lunch daily

  3. The Community Path – walk, ride or skate into Davis or all the way out to Lexington!

  4. Daddy Jones – enjoy cocktails and Greek food in a stylish while watching 80s TV loops on the wall of TVs

  5. Diesel Café – this great Davis Square coffee shop is a great place to eat, caffeinate, or just hang out

  6. Lyndell’s Bakery – serving cakes, pastries and bread made from scratch since 1887

  7. Olde Magoun’s Saloon – offering craft beers and daily specials including Sunday Roast, Monday Night Football and Tuesday Trivia

  8. Somerville Theater – a historic theater for catching the latest flicks – with $6 matinees!

  9. Sound Bites – a local institution for nearly two decades for its great brunches and friendly bar

  10. True Grounds – this little coffee shop has received national recognition – stop in to find out why

  11. Trum Field – one of Somerville’s major recreation centers and site of the Fourth of July Fireworks


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