1 Catenaccia Way
Placed within the Jamaica Plain neighborhood, this condominium as initially constructed in 1946. Since then, it has been renovated to include all of the latest amenities. Encompassing a total of 121 units, the complex boasts of a luxurious design. From the property, commuters can easily reach the Stony Brook and Forest Hills T stations. From there, residents can easily travel into downtown Boston. Closer to home, residents can find boutique shopping, cafes and restaurants. The Arnold Arboretum and Franklin Park are just a few blocks away.
The Arborway Gardens Condos boast of beautiful hardwood flooring. Each unit offers one to three bedrooms. Ranging from 566 to 900 square feet, these luxury units include custom, built-in bookcases. Residents can enjoy having plenty of closet and storage space. The Arborway Gardens Condos are equipped with updated bathrooms and one-car parking spaces. As an added convenience, the condo fee includes heat and hot water. In the eat-in kitchens, residents will find beautiful, stainless steel appliances. Many units also boast of updated bathrooms. The basement also provides extra storage space.
This sought-after complex has been updated to include modern amenities, updated electrical systems and new cabinetry. Many kitchens boast of ceramic tiling and cherry cabinetry. A coined laundry room is provided in the basement. Within the units, residents can enjoy having plenty of natural lighting and airy interiors.
To make life a little easier, the developmers have provided extra storage space and an area for bicycle storage. Managed by a professional, on-site superintendent, the complex is also equipped with an on-site laundry facility. The condo fee includes snow removal, exterior maintenance and management costs.
From the moment residents walk into the Arborway Gardens Condos, they will notice a difference. Each aspect of the architecture has been designed to create a luxurious, comfortable appearance. Over the years, many of the condos have been updated to include unique details and quaint amenities. Whenever there is a problem, residents can easily get help from the on-site superintendent. Each aspect of the living experience has been carefully planned out for a convenient, comfortable lifestyle.
Long ago, Jamaica Plain was founded by Boston Puritans who wanted to find additional farm land. For years, this land was primarily an agricultural community. It was originally a part of Roxbury until it seceded in 1851. Later, it was annexed as a part of Boston in 1874. While it may have started as just farm land, the town quickly began to grow in the 19th century. During this time, it became one of the country's first streetcar suburbs.
Today, it retains the distinction of housing many of Boston's Emerald Necklace Parks. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, these parks provide the neighborhood with ample, beautiful green spaces.
Students in Jamaica Plains are a part of Boston Public Schools. In addition to public schools, residents can also attend private schools like SHOWA or the British School of Boston.
From Jamaica Plain, residents can easily commute to surrounding neighborhoods. The major roadways in the area include South Street, Jamaicaway, Washington Street, the Arborway, South Huntington Avenue and Centre Street. The entire community is served by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). Through the MBTA, residents can access bus and rail services. Bus lines connect this neighborhood to West Roxbury, Dedham, Walpole, Boston, Roslindale, Hyde Park and Deadwood. At the Forest Hills Station, residents can access a number of the area's transportation options. The orange and green line are both offered in the area. For commuter rail options, residents can access the Needham Line at Forest Hills Station.
Bicyclists in the area can use bike lanes along some of the neighborhood's streets. Jamaica Plain also offers two major bike paths. The Pierre Lallement Bicycle Path runs from Forest Hills to Back Bay along the Southwest Corridor Park. On the western side of the town, a bicycle path runs through many of the Emerald Necklace parks.
From the complex, residents can explore the Arnold Arboretum only a short distance away. Spanning a total of 266 acres, this park includes a world-renowned collection of plants. Other parks in the area include Franklin Park, Olmsted Park and Jamaica Pond. Franklin Park is also host to the largest zoo in all of New England.
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