255 Commonwealth Ave
One of the smallest possible condo developments, the Warner's Pond Condominiums in Middlesex County, Massachusetts reportedly consists of two units formed within a standalone house. This duplex sits along a residential portion of Commonwealth Avenue just a short distance north of the Winthrop Street intersection. Residents share a front porch, but enjoy separate front and rear entrances.
The house itself dates from 1891. It reflects vintage architectural styles. The building rests on a stone foundation, with access to the main entrance provided by concrete and brick steps. Symmetrical in shape, it provides wood frame construction, a combination rubber, asphalt and fiberglass shingled roof, and multiple levels. White columns support the covered front porch in the front of the residence.
Residents enjoy private decks, as well as a partially fenced back yard. The property in the rear borders land surrounding Warner's Pond. Both units offer views of this scenic spot during every season of the year. Houses sit beside this building, and across the street.
Enjoy Lovely Wood Accents
This duplex condo community offers interior features which include lovely examples of finely crafted woodworking. Many builders in Massachusetts during the late nineteenth century decorated extensively with hardwood accents and wainscoting. The Warner's Pond Condominiums include elegant interior wood trim.
Residents have two parking spaces assigned to them. Recently published online information concerning the condo association HOA fees suggests this figure stood in the low $100 per month range during 2015, and included master insurance. City water and sewer services serve this location. The individual units within the duplex display unique floor plans and dimensions, and at least one provides some 1,704 square feet of living space.
Due to the limited number of units in this residential community, prospective property seekers may need to wait for extended periods of time for homes in this location to reach the real estate marketplace. Condo units here reportedly do become available from time to time.
The Warner's Pond Condominiums offer proximity to many essential services and conveniences. West Concord enjoys a well-developed infrastructure. The Concord Turnpike to the north serves as an important transportation corridor linking the City of Boston with communities on its western outskirts.
A public preschool and kindergarten operates within 0.6 miles of this location, and a public middle school and high school both stand within a three mile radius. Numerous private schools also serve students within the Greater Boston Metropolitan Area. Residents of the Warner's Pond neighborhood in West Concord can reach medical services conveniently. Opportunities for employment, shopping, dining, and entertainment also occur within the immediate area.
Within a ten mile radius of this condo community, residents find public transportation, a swimming pool, stables, a golf course, and hiking, biking and jogging trails. The City of Concord has made efforts to plan for the preservation of green belt and conservation areas within residential areas. Residents of the Warner's Pond condos easily access these sites.