Spaciously designed with sunny interiors, the Muzzey Condos are located within Lexington, Massachusetts. Originally, the structure was built to be the Lexington Town Hall in 1847. It was later transformed into the school's first public high school in 1855. By 1985, the historic building was transformed into a condominium property. Today, it includes a total of 71 condominiums that have all been recently refurbished in 2006.
Within the stunning interiors of the Muzzey Condos, residents can find open floor plans and central air conditioning. The condominiums have been outfitted with new kitchen appliances and window blinds. The bathrooms are designed with recessed lighting, vanities and new bathroom sinks. In addition, the property features ceiling fans, crown molding and high ceilings. Residents can enjoy having open floor plans and central air conditioning.
Since the Muzzey Condos were designed for moderate income households, buyers do have some income restrictions. These affordable units are protected through a security system and intercoms. Residents can enjoy having cable ready units and garbage disposals in the kitchens. The kitchens at the Muzzey Condos also contain refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers and oven ranges. Each unit can also enjoy forced heating, central air conditioning and insulated windows.
Within the living rooms, residents will discover hardwood flooring and an open layout. The living room spans 24 by 12 feet in size. In the maser bedroom, residents can enjoy having a spacious walk-in closet. From the laminate floor kitchen, residents can access the dining room. On the exterior of the unit, residents can enjoy having a gorgeous garden area and professional landscaping. Association fees cover the cost of garden maintenance, water, sewer, professional landscaping, snow removal, security, master insurance and road maintenance.