The Andrew Place Condominium at 366 Dorchester St. was built in 2002 with one eye on South Boston’s history and the other on 21st-century lifestyles. The twain meet seamlessly in Unit 4, where a light-filled open floor plan merges with historical details to produce a high-class living-entertaining space at a modest price: $414,000.
This 944-square-foot, 2-bed unit features an open-plan living-dining room that incorporates many classic living elements in one fell swoop: a hardwood floor, a gas fireplace, louver-shuttered windows, a central double-window alcove formed by the front bay window, a chair rail, a crown molding and recessed ceiling lighting, all profusely illuminated by radiant northwestern exposure.
The dining room flows directly into the kitchen for a full culinary unit. The kitchen is handsomely appointed with black granite counters including a central island breakfast bar with pendant lighting, custom paneled cabinetry and state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances.
The bedrooms are just as luxurious. The master bedroom’s bay-window alcove makes a sunny sitting area, and the second bedroom’s corner exposure is great for an infant.
The Andrew Place Condominium’s central location can’t be beat for shopping, dining, recreation and transportation convenience. Its namesake, Andrew Square, is steps away, where you’ll find convenience stores, pizza restaurants, the Red Line subway, ample bus service and much more. Also nearby are Joe Moakley Park, the Bayside Expo Center, connections to UMass-Boston and the JFK Library and Museum, and connections to the Southeast Expressway, Route 1 and I-93.