LISTED FOR $808,000 | SOLD FOR $930,000
33 PERRY STREET
SOMERVILLE, MA 02143
TOWNHOUSE CONDO | 3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHROOMS | 1,371 SF
Tucked away on a sleepy residential street directly abutting newly renovated Lincoln Park, this generous townhouse unites residential calm with a dynamic urban lifestyle. The spacious open floor concept is perfect for entertaining with separate but fluent living, dining and kitchen spaces, as well as access to a private deck. The second level is home to two bedrooms, one of which boasts an en-suite bathroom, as well as an additional full bathroom. Up another set of stairs you’ll find an oversized treetop loft space, perfect for a master bedroom, playroom or den with cathedral windows offering seamless city and park views. Less than half a mile to Union Square and Kirkland Village, and just .6 miles to Inman Square, 33 Perry Street is surrounded by artisan butchers, craft breweries, foodie restaurants and not least of all, the planned Green Line T station in Union Square! Additional features include attached garage parking with extra storage, laundry and private entry.
Thursday, February 6, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Saturday, February 8, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Sunday, February 9, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
LOCATION / SOMERVILLE
33 Perry Street, U33
Somerville, MA 02143
Ever wonder where the best artisan doughnuts, breakfast sandwiches, and chocolate in town were post-industrially crafted? Where the most rarified coffee beans were painstakingly roasted and brewed? Where the molecular gastronomists, hard-cider makers, and art framers hung out? Where you could find a suitable Biergarten in which to daydream about The Grand Budapest Hotel? Where your hand-tooled leather suspenders might fit right in? Welcome to Union Square, the Brooklyn of Boston. If you want to know where it’s all happening right now, look no further than this busy, commercial square—which still retains some of its original Latin grills and Irish pubs amidst the many new outcroppings of global hipster design aesthetics—nestled in the vale below a hill crowded with woody Victorians. And what’s more, soon enough you’ll be able to ride the Green Line over here, not just your fixie.