For a mere $319,000, the newly renovated Unit 3A at 36 Washington St. in Charlestown welcomes you to your own 4-H club:
- Height, for its corner penthouse location that gives you great light and views, and its exclusive roof rights for a city-view deck;
- High-end, for the fine finishes and fixtures that make up the renovation, including hardwood floors, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, slate tile bath floor, and Kohler water-jet tub and rain showerhead;
- History, for the historic Gaslight District that makes up your neighborhood, as well as the revolutionary history that surrounds you;
- Home, for the feeling you get when you walk into this 550-square-foot, 1-bed unit.
The hardwood-floored open-plan living-dining room greets you in a bath of light, space and city views when you enter. The space flows right into the kitchen for your convenience.
The great room’s openness to the kitchen via a black granite peninsular counter keeps the kitchen from cramping your style the way most galley kitchens do. Stainless steel appliances, a ceramic tile backsplash, paneled white custom cabinetry, and even a stacked washer-dryer bring more top efficiency to your kitchen space.
Exposed brick and a hardwood floor enrich the bedroom with touches of the old-time New England that characterizes Charlestown.
The common backyard patio is great for summer cookouts that let you meet and greet your fellow condo association members, as well as your friendly Charlestown neighbors.
Located on an attractive tree-lined street of historic homes and new homes designed to blend with the neighborhood’s historical character, 36 Washington St. is just steps away from many of Charlestown’s historical, cultural, recreational and commercial offerings, including:
- Emmons-Horrigan-O’Neil Memorial Rink;
- Rutherford Avenue Playground and Paul Revere Park;
- historic Warren Tavern, Charlestown’s premier wining and dining establishment since 1780;
- John Harvard Mall, a brick-walled pedestrian mall and playground honoring Harvard University‘s founding benefactor, who was one of Charlestown’s first settlers;
- City Square Park, marking the sites of the start of Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride to Lexington and the headquarters of Massachusetts’ first governor, John Winthrop;
- the Charlestown Navy Yard and the U.S.S. Constitution (“Old Ironsides”), America’s oldest commissioned naval warship;
- connections to Route 1 and I-93.
The unit’s $296/month condo association fee includes water and sewer, master insurance, exterior maintenance and snow removal. For more information on Unit 3A at 36 Washington St., or to arrange a private showing, call one of CondoDomain’s Boston agents at 877-852-6636. To meet our agents, visit http://boston.condodomain.com/meetus