324 Ferry St
Ferry Street is host to Everett MA condo options in a multi-family home setting, with three or four units in one building for maximum space. Buildings that originally date back to 1920 offer the maximum amount of space for any buyer, especially if they have ideas about performing upgrades or renovations. Many of these homes still feature the original woodwork and other touches that stand out from buildings of modern construction and provide you with endless possibilities for great decor.
One of the nicest things about three or four-family houses with condominium conversions is that they have space to add an additional bedroom due to the inclusion of a bonus room, with most already featuring two to four bedrooms. Space is something that is always of primary concern in selecting a living space that has as much room as these units usually offer, especially for buyers interested in using some of the space for a study or office. One of the things that appeals to many searching for housing in this area is that these units offer an amount of space closer to that of a single-family house, without the maintenance concerns. Yard space is a feature of many of these homes that many enjoy accessing, and most of these buildings also have porch and deck space that you'll enjoy.
The kitchens in most of these units feature their classic layout, with extra touches that help them compete with many of the more modern units very easily. These kitchens offer a lot of space during meal preparation, which makes them perfect for gourmet kitchen fans. Attractive touches like granite and other stone countertops give kitchens a fresh look, and there is enough cabinet space that you can keep everything in good order. Bathroom upgrades that include sink cabinets designed for maximum storage underneath allow you to keep your bathroom space as clean and uncluttered as possible.
High-efficiency heating and water heaters assure buyers of energy bill savings. The basement space is sturdily built in such homes, and there are plenty of possibilities depending on the amount of space allocated to each owner. Laundry facilities that may include coin-operated basement units, as well as hookups for individual washers and dryers in the units, provide the convenience that people are often looking for in their search for housing. In most of these buildings, there is also attic space that allows for extra storage, letting you say goodbye to paid self-storage for good.
The street has easy access to bus stops, ideal for those who live car-free or prefer to minimize how often they use a car. MBTA rail service is also nearby, making it easier for you to reach Boston and the other surrounding suburbs in less time. The overall location of housing on this street offers a lot of convenience, with several shopping options right in the neighborhood.