Not only that, but the seller of Unit 5 at 8 Lindall Place has agreed to pay the first two years of its condo fees ($185/month) for the buyer.
For a mere $361,000, this 1-bedroom, 1-bath penthouse unit with skylights will give first-time homebuyers much more for their money than its 625 square feet of living space may suggest, including the first of firsts: Beacon Hill residency.
The open floor plan makes Unit 5 seem larger than it is. The living and dining room flow together with the entry hall for a wide-armed welcome home, enhanced with picture-frame wall moldings, chair rails, crown moldings, high ceilings with skylights, hardwood floors, and enough closet space for a large housewarming.
Your housewarming guests will really warm up to the fireplace in the living room, as well as the skylight above the windows, which ensure you an unusually large amount of light for a unit of this size.
The spacious, sunny kitchen is fully updated with granite counters, classic custom cabinetry, a backsplash of tiles laid on the diagonal, and state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances.
The bedroom is graced with picture-frame wall and wainscot moldings, a chair rail, and an alcove for a dresser, bookcase or free-standing wardrobe.
Unit 5 also includes an in-house washer and dryer, one deeded parking space, and private roof-deck rights with approved architectural plans in hand.
Neatly tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac at the foot of Beacon Hill, Unit 5 at 8 Lindall Place offers both retreat from and ready access to city life, including the following along Cambridge Street:
* Massachusetts General Hospital* Whole Foods Market at Charles River Plaza* Beacon Hill Athletic Club* Historic New England’s Harrison Gray Otis House museum* first-class restaurants and cafes, including the Clink restaurant at the Liberty Hotel* Rite-Aid Pharmacy* Red Line subway service at the Charles/MGH station* Green Line trolley service at Government Center