Tudor Manor: noble but affordable

You don’t have to be rich to live in a place as baronial-looking and sounding as Tudor Manor. For only $269,500, this 48-unit condominium’s 761-square-foot, 2-bed, 1-bath Unit 3 is a great way for a first-time homebuyer to live nobly in English Tudor style on Commonwealth Avenue.

Tudor Manor at 1722 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, regally welcomes you home with a half-timbered, canopied porch. Unit 3 doesn’t skimp on the refinements, either. Gleaming hardwood floors define an open, bright living-dining room with many furniture arrangement possibilities and an open breakfast-bar connection to the sunny kitchen.

The master bedroom has generous closet space for both partners and ample floor area for creative room arrangement.

The second bedroom can be used as a home office, and can later become a nursery.

You also get a sizable rear balcony for summer cocktails and cookouts. The off-street parking area has one deeded space for Unit 3.

Built in 1914 from a half-timbered, stuccoed English Tudor design by J.A. Halloren, 1714-1742 Commonwealth Ave. form a dignified frontage that will give the buyer of Unit 3 at Tudor Manor a real pride of place. Also to take pride in are the rich variety of urban amenities accessible on foot or Green Line trolley. To name a few:

For more information on Unit 3 at 1722 Commonwealth Ave., or to arrange a private showing, call one of CondoDomain’s Boston agents at 617-314-7704. To meet our agents, visit http://boston.condodomain.com/meetus

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