…literally. For $399,000, Unit 1 at 249 W. Newton St. is an unbeatable deal for your dollar: garden- level living for the first-time homebuyer in two first- class neighborhoods. This 770-square-foot, 1-bed, 1-bath unit’s open floor plan, fine details, high-end appointments and supreme central location let you present it with pride to your guests and live in luxury to your taste.
The moment you step in to your unit, your hardwood-floored foyer and great room unfold before you, presenting a broad spectrum of possibilities for creative living space arrangement.
Complete with a brick woodburning fireplace, built-in shelves and generous wall area for artwork or a flat-screen TV, the living area makes the unit’s modest price hard to believe.
The living area is contiguous with the dining area, which provides plenty of room for a large banquet table, direct access to the kitchen, and French door access to the bedroom.
At the far end of the dining room is slider access to your very own private garden patio, brick-paved in proper Beacon Hill style, with gate access to your deeded parking space.
The galley kitchen has the latest and greatest of appointments: custom cabinetry with stainless steel hardware, state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances, black granite counters, and a green tile backsplash.
The unit’s garden-level location makes the bedroom warm and cozy, while giving it ample room and generous closet space for each partner.
- fitness trails along Southwest Corridor Park;
- recreation in Titus Sparrow Park;
- shopping at 7-Eleven and the South End Food Emporium;
- dining at Petit Robert Bistro and Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe;
- continuing education at Roxbury Community College.
Its Back Bay side includes:
- Green Line subway service from Prudential Station to downtown Boston, Symphony Hall, the Museum of Fine Arts and beyond;
- shopping at Shaw’s Supermarket;
- shopping and dining at The Shops at Prudential Center, at Copley Place and along Boylston Street;
- art galleries and boutiques on Newbury Street;
- the Boston Public Library in Copley Square;
- easy access to the Massachusetts Turnpike.
For more information on Unit 1 of 249 W. Newton St., or to arrange a private showing, contact: