11 Estrella Street
11 Estrella Street
11 Estrella Street in Boston is a building that is ideal to keep in mind if the $250K to $277K price range is one that suits your needs. This condo community is in a 1905 building with a lot of original charm and new upgrades that help make it worth your time. Options with one or two bedrooms are available here, in addition to one full bathroom. You can take advantage of a rear deck that is ideal to use during the warmer months and offers space for almost any activity.
The double bow layout provides an amount of space that may seem otherwise difficult to come by. This floor plan is semi-open, allowing you to take full advantage of good space while having distinct rooms. The kitchen has a modern facelift, complete with bright green walls, quartz countertops, and hardwood cabinets of a dark chocolate brown.
A dining area, located in between the kitchen and living room keeps everything seamlessly flowing when you decide to host company for either a meal or drinks. There is a bar dividing the dining area from the living room. Your living area makes it easy to arrange chairs in a circular design, because of the bow shape. Neutral colors and wood flooring provide more flexible options for both furniture and décor.
Large bedrooms with neutral color themes will ensure that you have plenty of space. You won't have to cope with any of the frustrations of finding additional places to store clothing and personal items. The hallway connecting the bedrooms is large, and you'll find it easy to put bookcases or display cabinets for collectible items out here. You will also have a bathroom that is easily twice the size of most others, with a large sink vanity that has excellent storage space below. The bathroom features marble floors and a marble bathtub wall.
Located in Jamaica Plain and this Victorian, 1905 clapperboard house has a double-bow front. It has recently been renovated with semi-open floor plans. Jamaica Plain is a neighborhood of 4.4 square miles filled with typical, urban New England architecture. The spacious condos are situated on a quiet, tree lined street, close to Hyde Square and Jackson Square, and comprise of one, two or three bedroom units, some larger than 1,000 sq, ft. They are ideal for singles, couples or families and have baseboard heating for those chilly winter mornings. Each unit is cable ready and the $160 HOA fee includes water, sewer and master insurance.
A short distance away is MBTA’s Orange line, shopping, entertainment and the Southwest Corridor bike path. The historic area has Jamaica Pond, the largest body of fresh water in Boston popular for rowing and fishing and surrounded by a 1.5 mile walking path. The pond is part of the Emerald Necklace of parks, which were designed by Frederick Olmstead. There are two supermarkets, banks, restaurants and bars and Boston University and the Charles River less than three miles away. Busses number 29 and 39 to Longwood and Back Bay have stops only a short distance away.
The main entrance has a covered, front porch accented by white painted hand rails. A compact, wooden deck at the rear is just right for relaxing at the end of a long day. Most rooms have two windows or one large one and have blinds or window coverings. Corner condos may have extra windows due to their location and all have high ceilings and ceiling fans. Hallways are long and wide leading to open, airy rooms. Some units have a separate dining area and others have unique features like bow-fronted, glass paneled interior doors. Some have balconies. New flooring is laminate, tile or carpeting. These condos contain many exclusive characteristics. Due to the style of the building, some interior rooms have charming, angled walls, ideal for shelving or displaying art. The concrete basement has a window and attractive ‘crazy’ stone facing.
The remodeled kitchens are fitted with stainless steel sinks with garbage disposals and newer appliances include a range, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher. Upgraded floor and wall mounted cabinets are plentiful with back splashes and granite counter tops. Most kitchens have space for dining and smaller ones have ‘bistro-style’ spaces. Large bedrooms have ample closets and the over sized basement, with laundry facilities, has space for extra storage. Some condos have marble bathtubs and all bathrooms have modern commodes and vanities some with long counters and mirrors over the sink.
With the oldest community theater in the US, the Footlight Club, this fascinating neighborhood with all its amazing amenities, is very easy to call home.
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