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The Waterworks at Chestnut Hill

The Waterworks at Chestnut Hill is a beautiful Boston area condominium complex bordering the Chestnut Hill Reservoir that provides residents with a modern, glamorous condominium lifestyle in a historically significant architectural setting.
Authorized for redevelopment by the state in 2005 and designed by DiMella/Shaffer and Gund Partnership, thoughtful detailing and luxurious amenities abound, including stainless steel appliances, large windows, marble bathrooms, and hardwood floors.  The development spans several buildings, including the Watermark building, to comprise a total of 112 condominium residences.

Condo fees cover concierge services, fitness facility, a conference room, tennis …

Class condo in Cleveland Circle

If Park Avenue, Brookline or the Back Bay are beyond your homebuying budget, Brighton’s Aberdeen historic district offers the class and convenience of those chic corners at prices that beat them by a mile. Particularly 8 Chiswick Road, a class condo straight out of the stylish Roaring ’20s, where a 611-square-foot, 1-bed unit with light, space, details, hardwood floors, high-class updates and Cleveland Circle convenience can be yours for only $249,000.

Just like a Park Avenue apartment, the living-dining room combines an open floor plan with a hardwood floor, a high …

Cleveland Circle penthouse studio offers more for less

The classical grandeur of 24 Sidlaw Road in Brighton might make you think you have to fork up a fortune to dwell therein. But what’s less obvious to the onlooker is the 360-square-foot, 2-room Unit 21 that awaits the first-time homebuyer’s admiration and approval for only $149,900 — an unbelievable price for a penthouse studio as well as a dignified front entrance and a vibrant neighborhood.

Unit 21‘s chief asset is its open-plan versatility and flexibility: each room has more than one use. For instance, the living room is also …

Affordable Commonwealth Avenue condo

What does Commonwealth Avenue mean to you? Million-dollar mansions? Top-price townhouses? Costly condos? Parkland for the privileged?
Unit 32 in the elegant 1910 building at 1607 Commonwealth Ave. in Brighton offers many of the parks and perks of the Back Bay’s stretch of the street, but at a price you can afford: $215,000.

The light-filled living-dining room of this 586-square-foot, 1-bed, 1-bath unit has an open floor plan that lets you arrange your space as elegantly as you wish and offers convenient passage to other points in the unit. One side branches …

Choice condo on Chestnut Hill Ave.

For the modest of means and the lover of location, Unit 163-201 at 163-165 Chestnut Hill Ave. in Brighton couldn’t be a better choice — a select choice condo loft with a choice between two hot neighborhoods.
Offered at $436,500, this 1,106-square-foot, 2-bed, 2-bath unit has a lot to offer for your money: tasteful urban design, abundant corner light, master bedroom with walk-in closet, master bath with huge soaking tub, elevator service, on-site off-street parking, bus service, and walking distance to both Brighton Center and Cleveland Circle.

Oversized windows flood the living …

Brighton unit offers affordable urban luxury

Too pricey? Think twicey.
This handsome neoclassical condominium at 114 Strathmore Road in Brighton may appear reserved for the uppercrust of New York’s Upper East Side, but its 663-square-foot Unit 406 goes to prove that you, too, can have a piece of the city at a price of the modest of means.
Offered at $249,900, this 1-bed, 1-bath corner penthouse unit offers the first-time homebuyer a better-than-average start in both home appointments and neighborhood amenities, being a stone’s throw away from Cleveland Circle’s conglomeration of shops, restaurants, cafes, parks and public transportation …

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