For Swiss architect Le Corbusier, an ideal design for living consisted of three essentials: light, space and greenery. Well, that is what characterizes Unit 404 at 332 Jamaicaway in Jamaica Plain, where mammoth insulated sliding windows pour sunlight, treetop views and a Jamaica Pond vista into the wide open-plan great room like never before. For only $299,000, this 829-square-foot, 2-bed, 2-bath penthouse studio loft awaits your creativity in living space planning.
The new oak floor is in place; the rest is up to you to shape your dream living-dining-entertaining arena.
The kitchen’s sink counter peers over the great room to keep you occupied with your guests while you prepare their feast and wash up after them.
But after this, the kitchen tunnels back into its own galley space so as not to intrude upon the main event. Recessed ceiling lighting compensates for the kitchen’s shadowed corner.
The kitchen’s “fixings” include custom paneled oak cabinetry to jibe with the floor, laminate granite-finish countertops, a stainless steel sink, and a full set of white appliances.
The sheer height and expanse of the window in each of the two large bedrooms supplies it with all the light and greenviews it needs, thereby allowing it generous wall area for a king-size bed, a home office workstation, a bookcase, and much more. Each bedroom has its own en suite bath.
The condominium’s location right on the Jamaicaway puts your unit steps from Jamaica Pond, the great sailing center of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace park system, and its abutting park with walking and fitness trails. Further recreation and nature appreciation are just up the Jamaicaway at Ward’s Pond, Willow Pond Meadow, Downes Field and Olmsted Park. Also nearby are the Mary E. Curley School, the Connolly Branch Library, various restaurants, and Bus 39 to Forest Hills and Copley Square.