53-55 Maple Ave
53-55 Maple Ave
Location, location! The two condos located at 53-55 Maple Ave. are in a highly-desired neighborhood. In fact, Mid-Cambridge's Maple Avenue was named one of Boston Magazine's "If you lived here...you'd never want to leave" areas. Lined with trees, 53-55 Maple Ave. is a 19th Century architectural delight, and the interior of these residences match its magnificent exterior. The average price for condos in this area is $689,900. Here is some brief info about each condo at 53-55 Maple Ave.:
Unit 53: This charming condo has two bedrooms and one full bath. At 1,338 square feet, it boasts large rooms, high ceilings, and gorgeous hardwood floors. The large eat-in kitchen has beautiful wood cabinets and comes with a refrigerator, gas stove, and dishwasher. This condo also features a spacious living room with french doors and a separate dining area, as well as a large basement for storage, washer and dryer hookups, central air conditioning, and exclusive parking. Residents can enjoy the scenery on a serene porch.
Unit 55: This great unit on Maple Avenue has four bedrooms and two full baths. Located on the second floor, this welcoming home is a total of 2,446 square feet and features wood paneling, large windows that give its rooms plenty of natural light, and a large eat-in kitchen with maple cabinets, a refrigerator, dishwasher, and gas stove. There is a separate living room and dining area, spacious foyer, and convenient built-in bookcase. This condo also features central air conditioning, high ceilings, and exclusive parking for residents.
Some of the perks to living at 53-55 Maple Ave. include nice-sized rooms with a lot of natural light, access to a private deck and extra basement storage. Pets are allowed, but there are some restrictions. This residence is close to public transportation. Homeowners association fees include water, sewer and master insurance.
What's the most important factor potential home owners consider when deciding whether or not to purchase a residence? Why, it's location of course, and the two condos at 53 and 55 Maple Avenue certainly meet that requirement. A highly desirable neighborhood close to public transportation, Boston magazine rated Mid-Cambridge's Maple Avenue among its "If you live here. . . you'd never want to leave" neighborhoods. The homes' early 20th-century architectural exterior is duplicated within the interiors, which feature plenty of natural light.
Pets are welcome in these homes, but restrictions may apply. The home owners association fees cover water, sewer and master insurance.
The average asking price for these homes is $689,900. A description of both homes follows:
This attractive two-bedroom, one-bath condo measures 1,338 square feet and features towering ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors. The spacious eat-in kitchen features gorgeous wood cabinetry and includes a refrigerator, a gas range and a dishwasher.
The large living room features French doors, and there's plenty of room for a separate dining area. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery surrounding your home on your private deck. The spacious basement is great for extra storage space and includes washer and dryer hookups, allowing you to conveniently do your wash at home instead of traveling to a commercial laundromat. The home gives you the comfort of central air conditioning; and, as a resident, you enjoy exclusive parking.
This second-floor condo measures a generous 2,446 square feet and includes four bedrooms and two baths. It features high ceilings, wood paneling and large windows that let in lots of natural light. Even the foyer is roomy, and there's a built-in bookcase to store all your reading material.
The large eat-in kitchen features beautiful maple cabinetry and modern appliances, including a refrigerator, a gas range and a dishwasher. The spacious dining and living area is separate from the kitchen, so you have the option of a formal dining space, as well. This desirable home also features central air conditioning, a private deck to view the gorgeous landscape and your own exclusive parking.
Featuring 27 gates, the fenced-in, 22.4-acre historic Harvard Yard is the oldest section of Harvard University and is just a short drive from the community. Located on the yard are the school's important libraries, including Widener, Houghton, which houses rare manuscripts and books and Lamont, the primary undergraduate library; many class and departmental buildings; the offices of the President of Harvard, the Deans of Harvard College and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences; as well as Memorial Church and the majority of the school's freshman dormitories.
The Old Yard, the western one-third of Harvard Yard, is surrounded by freshman dorms, including Harvard's oldest building, Massachusetts Hall, which was built in 1720. The hall is also the nation's second-oldest academic building, the oldest being the Wren Building at the College of William and Mary. Adjacent to Harvard Yard is Harvard Square, the triangular plaza that serves as the area's immediate business and commercial district.