On an iconic Cambridge street, lined with trees and Greek Revival style homes and brownstones, the 1846 Jones Hall House has been reimagined and rebuilt, integrating period details w/ contemporary design. The interior has been thoughtfully renovated to take advantage of the soaring ceilings and massive windows, creating a light-filled space, well-balanced between style and function. Entertaining is easy with an plan that features a combined living/dining space, open to the capacious kitchen with hand cut marble counters, large island with seating for four, and Wolf/Sub-Zero appliances. Three bedrooms each with en suite baths, and a large family room in the finished lower level. The private deck off the master bedroom creates an urban sanctuary. With a Walk Score™ of 93 and a Bike Score™ of 98, you can park your cars & leave them! WITHIN A MILE of 66 Otis Street is a treasure trove of urban goodness, from the thriving tech hub of Kendall Square & MIT, to world-class restaurants, the Museum of Science, kayak rentals on the Charles, indoor and outdoor skating rinks, 10+ parks and playgrounds, the historic Longfellow Bridge, MGH/Beacon Hill and more. Easy access to Red Line, Green Line, Harvard, I-93. A 10 minute drive to Logan International Airport!
LOCATION / EAST CAMBRIDGE
66 OTIS STREET
CAMBRIDGE, MA 02141
Lying to the northeast of Kendall Square, East Cambridge has converted from an urban industrial and manufacturing base to prime retail, research, and commercial spaces—and many modern residential ones. In the nineteenth century, the neighborhood was home primarily to working-class immigrants, who built the small brick rowhouses and double-decker multi-family homes lining its northern streets. Its transit hub, Lechmere Square, links it to downtown Boston and—via the planned extension of the Green Line—soon to Somerville and Medford as well. The neighborhood’s eastern edge along the Charles River hosts hotels, luxury apartments, tech companies, a shopping mall, and the Boston Museum of Science.