Offered at $599,000, the 956-square-foot, 2-bedroom Unit 2 at 69 Myrtle St. breaks the mold of typically cramped Beacon Hill quarters with a handsome new renovation that gives it an expansive great room with the open hardwood floor plan, corner exposure and multiple windows of higher-priced homes.
Generously illuminated by seven windows with old-fashioned plantation shutters, the great room stretches all the way from a bright, spacious living area to a more intimate but just as well-lit dining alcove, giving you free reign in your furniture arrangement.
The modest-sized kitchen’s all-white treatment throughout its cabinets, appliances, laminate counters, walls, ceiling, and tiled backsplash and floors makes it feel larger and airier.
The master bedroom is cozily padded with wall-to-wall carpeting and somberly treated with muted green walls for a good night’s sleep, but the two windows assure you lots of morning light.
The central location of 69 Myrtle St. gives the buyer of Unit 2 a wide choice of n-eighborhood amenities, including:
*Myrtle Street Playground;
*grocery shopping at White Hen Pantry and Whole Foods Market;
*pharmacies at CVS and Rite-Aid;
*Massachusetts General Hospital;
*fitness at the 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 and *The Kinsale in Center Plaza;
*Red Line subway service at the Charles/MGH station;
*Green Line trolley service at Government Center;
*Blue Line subway service to Logan Airport from Government Center.