158 Cottage Street, Unit 2, East Boston
Sold over asking by Janet!
What a pleasure! My condo was only on the market for a few days before it sold. Janet not only marketed my place way beyond my very high expectations but expertly guided me through the process so I was confident and stress-free. I cannot emphasize enough the value of her expertise and experience, she explained all scenarios and what strategies would be used and she was dead on. Janet is amazing and highly recommend her. ~ Aileen Kelley “Google”
You won’t believe this stunning 2nd floor condo located in Jeffries Point. One of the prettiest units you’ve ever seen–nine foot ceilings, crown molding, amazing exposed brick on two sides, wainscotting with wide shelves in living area and bedroom.
The bedroom has a pocket 5 panel barn door for smart space use. The chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances (Frigidaire stove with stainless steel hood vent), stone counter tops, and deep sink and lots of cabinets. So many updates including state-of-the art Navien heating system, all replacement windows, Italian swivel faucet in bath, 2 Casablanca ceiling fans, Prestige custom wood blinds, and more. This home is environmentally friendly with state of the art systems and is chemical free since 2011.
The Association is solid with low condo fees $101.83 and high owner occupancy. Basement laundry (no charge) and large storage unit.
Located steps to dog park, YMCA, Paris Street Pool, both Airport & Maverick MBTA station, Piers Park, East Boston Shipyard, KO Pies, Downeast Cider House. Minutes to Downtown, Charlestown, and the best that the City of Boston has to offer.
People want to live in East Boston. They’re not just moving here for the cheap rent anymore; they’re buying houses and settling down. They’re finding in East Boston an easy point of access to downtown Boston, yes, but also a community of vibrant businesses, tasty restaurants, a thriving arts scene, gorgeous parks, and caring neighbors. With a soon-to-be-completed library, a Greenway that will extend uninterrupted from the waterfront to Constitution Beach, a brand-new small business incubator, and new restaurants opening every week (it seems) — the demand for our neighborhood should only continue to rise. ~www.liveeastie.com
If you live in Jeffries Point but work downtown, you can leave your car keys at home and enjoy a short commute by train and (soon) by boat. The Boston Redevelopment Authority announced that the city plans to build a marine terminal in East Boston. The two ferries will connect East Boston with the South Boston Waterfront and Charlestown. Only a short walk away, residents benefit from a recent $56 million renovation to the Maverick MBTA station. From Maverick, riders are only one stop away from the Aquarium MBTA Station and all points in Downtown Boston. ~www.americaninno.com/boston