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A Little Bit of History in Jamaica Plain: Living at American Brewery Lofts

Have you ever imagined what it’d be like to live inside a Brewery? Well, while this one no longer crafts beer in-house, the American Brewery Lofts comes pretty close. Originally constructed in the late 1800s, this Jamaica Plain condominium complex was once an historic brewery.
Unique Architecture
Located on Heath Street in Jamaica Plain, the building now boats six floors with a total of 79 loft units. Who would have thought an old Boston brewery could be transformed into a full-blown residential space?
While much has changed since then, we love that …

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HOME PRICES INCREASE SINCE 2005 IN URBAN AREAS!

The Boston Globe Reported on the Top 11 Cities and Towns in Massachusetts that have seen an increase in home prices since the recession. I am most interested in three on the list, which are Brookline,Cambridge and Downtown Boston. As a city broker this is not a surprise although the 42% increase in home prices in downtown Boston that Globe reported is a big swing! I believe it is slightly skewed by the new luxury developments that have popped up in that timeframe (The Clarendon, the W and 45 Province …

Riverway condo has the most for the least

Too good to be true? Too dear to be yours?
If you think you can’t afford to live here, in reality you can’t afford to pass up this opportunity to live like a king without having to pay a king’s ransom. For a mere $249,000, the 550-square-foot, 1-bed Unit 19 at 390 Riverway in Jamaica Plain offers unusually good value for a starter home: a flexible hardwood floor plan with high ceilings and large windows, updated kitchen and bath, and especially an ideal central location with access to high-end amenities in …

Brighton-Brookline corner unit offers more for less

Priced out of Brookline? Just cross the border to 106 Evans Road at Corey Gardens in Brighton, where Unit 1A awaits your attention and approval for only $219,900.

For that price, this 640-square-foot, 1-bed first-floor unit offers a lot of that for which Brookline is renowned without the seven-figure price tag: luxurious living space, lush green surroundings, a residential neighborhood of fine private homes, and convenience to urban amenities unlimited, including public transportation, parks and shops. Add to that fresh paint, pet-friendliness, 50% owner occupation, resident permit parking on a side …

You’re #1 in this Brighton Place condo…

…without having to pay a king’s ransom to live on the first floor of 32 Ransom Road, aka Brighton Place. Only $205,000 will get you in on the ground floor in Unit 1, where 689 square feet of living space, including one bedroom and one bath, will open up before you.

An oversized triple window lets the sun shine into the living-dining room, making the finished oak floor gleam. This large, open space opens your mind to many creative room arrangement possibilities.
It also opens up to an intimate home office, which …

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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