Add to that the front-facing penthouse placement of the 557-square-foot, 1-bed Unit 59, and you have Boston’s best at your fingertips for a mere $330,000:
*sunny spaces with gleaming hardwood floors;
*high ceilings with fans;
*tiled bath with tub/shower;
*generous closet storage;
*Internet service included;
*a short walk to the Green Line subway, Newbury Street, Berklee Performance Center, Symphony Hall, Fenway fitness trails, and a whole lot more.
The living-dining room benefits from the bowfront for expanded space, light and city views. The hardwood floor leads you directly into the bedroom for bedtime convenience.
Unusually spacious and bright for a unit of this size and price, the kitchen has been updated with new appliances including a four-burner electric range, classic custom cabinetry, and black granite-like counterspace.
The bath has been handsomely updated with a classic pedestal sink, a corner tub/shower, and a floor tiled in a black diamond/white octagon pattern to reflect the late Victorian architecture of the 1900 building.
Nearby on Newbury Street are garage parking and the Boston Sports Club. And what a location — chic boutiques, coffeehouses, restaurants and art galleries all along Newbury Street, Best Buy and bus service to MIT and Harvard right at the corner, the subway down the block, shopping and dining at the Prudential Center, concerts at Symphony Hall and Berklee Performance Center down Mass. Ave… the beat goes on.