The Nautica, the 100-plus-unit condominium community built at the historic Charlestown Navy Yard over the past decade, has a 1,264-square-foot, 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath duplex unit now for sale at its 1 Warren St. address. Offered at $719,900, Unit 107 is waterfront living at its loftiest, in terms of light, harbor views, and convenience to shopping, dining and sightseeing in two historic Boston neighborhoods.
The large, fireplaced living-dining area lets you partake of picturesque views of the historic Charlestown Navy Yard and its crown jewel, the U.S.S. Constitution (“Old Ironsides”). Launched in 1797, she is America’s oldest commissioned warship. Like the durability of the solid oak hull of Old Ironsides through countless wars including the War of 1812 and her skirmishes with the Barbary Pirates, the floors of Unit 107 are also made of oak and are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
The dining area is conveniently situated by the open bar counter of the kitchen for easy food service and chats with the cook as your repast is prepared. Like the galley of a ship, the kitchen is arranged in intimate galley style with three sides of granite counterspace, custom built-in cabinetry, and state-of-the-art appliances for food prep at all levels.
The upstairs master bedroom lets you wake up to a fuller view of Boston’s skyline and Charlestown’s sky-blue waters, and is plushly carpeted for your comfort.
The master bedroom has its own en suite bath with broad Corian vanity and full shower. The unit has its own laundry.
Unit 107’s views are not only beautiful; they are also indicative of the unit’s convenience to everything imaginable in Boston. The Navy Yard‘s U.S.S. Constitution Museum, which details the history of the great ship and the town it grew up in and sailed away from, is just steps away. Regular free tours of Old Ironsides are given on a seasonal basis.
Also nearby is City Square, Charlestown’s center of community and commerce, where shops and fine restaurants, including the historic Warren Tavern, surround you.
The U.S.S. Constitution and its Museum on the Freedom Trail, Boston’s red pedestrian path leading to the historic landmarks that played a major role in the founding of our nation. The trail takes you across the Charlestown Bridge to Old North Church and the Paul Revere House in the North End, Boston’s oldest neighborhood, which is best known for its abbondanza of Italian restaurants and cafes. Convenient Commuter Rail, Orange Line and Green Line service at North Station are en route, not to mention Boston Bruins and Celtics games at TD Banknorth Garden.
For more information about Unit 107 at 1 Warren St. at The Nautica, or to arrange a private showing, contact CondoDomain‘s City Vice President, Jessica Quirk, at 339-227-0058 or Jessica@CondoDomain.com.