Monthly Archives: April 2011

(Rented!!) Studio with Alcove! $1350, July 1st. Columbus Ave.

Great studio with alcove. Awesome city views from the apartment windows as well as the common roofdeck. the layout is nice and feels open. W/D is in the basement and the is an adjoining elevator this building. all utilities are extra.

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(Rented in 2 Showings for $3200) Best Private Roofdeck in the South End?? Columbus Square.

Located in the middle of the desirable Columbus Square, this 2 bed, 2 bath has it all. This is a penthouse 2 bed with over 1000sf and has an amazing private roofdeck with 360 degree views of the city. The condo boasts a renovated kitchen with granite and stainless steel appliances. There is hardwood floors throughout the living area and carpets in the bedrooms. Other features include fantastic light, fireplace, washer dryer in the unit, Bowfront window and beautiful built-ins.

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(Sold For $549,000) 3 Bed on Chester Square. $548,000

Situated on the recently renovated Chester Square, this 3 bed condo has everything to offer. There is a large open living and dining area which has an office/bedroom off to the side. The kitchen was totally redone in 2008 and boasts granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast bar with wine fridge. The bathroom is also totally redone 1 month ago. The master Bedroom is large and has good closet space and storage. There is also a large 10 x 14 deck off the back.

Perfect South End Location, 2 Bedroom, West Canton Street $2800

 

2nd Level Floor through apartment in the Heart of the South End. Steps to Back Bay station and the Southwest corridor. Features Include in unit washer and dryer, exposed brick in the dining area and bedroom, large windows, and an open living and dining space with breakfast bar area.  Available  February 1st.

 

 

Living Room

Living Room

Second Bedroom

Second Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Dining  Area (Now used as Media nook)

Dining Area (Now used as Media nook)

Great 1 Bed. Perfect for Boston Medical Center. June 1st, $1750

 

Nice Large 1 bedroom, top floor apartment with open kitchen and living area. The living room also has a nice nook perfect for a office area. The kitchen is renovated and the unit gets good morning and afternoon light. This is available June 1st and is steps to Boston Medical Center which is perfect for incoming residents and med students. Utilities are not included, common laundry in the building.

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Renovated 1 Bed, Granite Stainless Kitchen, great views, Common Roofdeck. June 1 $2000

 

Great 1 Bed right in the Heart of the South End and steps to Orinico Restaurant. Recently renovated with Granite and Stainless kitchen with New bathroom. Hardwood floors in the living room and the kitchen with a carpeted bedroom. The bedroom has a huge closet with good storage space. There is Common LAundry in the Basement and a Common roof deck. This apartment is a top floor walk up, but the views, light, and access to the roof deck is well worth it.

 

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Dwight Street Large 1 Bedroom, $2100, June 5th…Renovated Kitchen and great light. (Rented 2nd showing for $2100)

Lovely 1 Bedroom Rental in the heart of the South End. Available June 5th. kitchen is newly renovated, Large living space and good sized livingroom. Great light throughout. Common Laundry in the basement and extra storage. Utilities are not included.

 

Briggs Johnson

633 Tremont St

South End Boston

Coldwell Banker South End office.

(Rented for $3200 MAy 1 2011) 2 Bed on St Botolph. $3350. 2 Beds, 2 Full Baths.

 

 

Perfect location on charming St. Botolph St, steps to the Prudential Center, the Green Line, Copley Place, & Back Bay Station. This spacious parlor duplex features a large master bedroom on the upper level. The lower level has a large 2nd bedroom, guest bath, & an expansive living/dining/kitchen area with full height windows. The eat-in kitchen opens onto the patio & features granite counters, stainless steel appliances w/ Viking gas range, & cherry cabinets. W/D in unit & Central A/C

 

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Briggs Johnson

Coldwell Banker South End

Coldwell Banker Boston Video.

Street Permit Parking in Downtown Boston. What is needed?

Many people who move into the city choose street parking. Lets face it, not every condo or apartment is going to come with parking. Many people also don’t want to rent out a 200-300 parking spot in an alley or walk 5 blocks to the nearest garage for $350 a month for 24 hr parking. Hence, its time to chose the option of a free parking parking permit issued by the city. Buyers and renters always ask me how to obtain a parking permit. Below are the items required by the city of Boston. This was the cityofboston.com’s list of what is needed as of April 1, 2011

“In order to obtain a new Resident Parking Permit, residents must not have any outstanding parking tickets.
Changing your license plates
The registration number noted on the Resident Parking Permit must correspond with the registration number of the car to which the permit is affixed. If for any reason you receive new license plates for your vehicle, you should immediately obtain a new permit as well.

Where to Go:

Resident Parking Division at Office of the Parking Clerk, Room 224, City Hall.

When to Go:

Monday through Friday, 9am to 4:30pm.

What to Bring:

* The Massachusetts vehicle registration for your new license plates.
* Proof of residency acceptable by the BTD.*
* The Resident Parking Permit for your previous registration number, regardless of the condition when it was removed. If you do not have the old sticker, please contact the Office of the Parking Clerk for further instructions.

Changing your vehicle
The Resident Parking Permit is designed to invalidate itself if removed from the surface to which it was originally applied. Therefore, if you change vehicles you should remove the permit from your old vehicle and immediately obtain a new permit for your new vehicle.

Where to Go:

Resident Parking Division at Office of the Parking Clerk, Room 224, City Hall.

When to Go:

Monday through Friday, 9am to 4:30pm.

What to Bring:

* The valid Massachusetts automobile registration for your new vehicle.
* Proof of residency acceptable by the BTD.*
* The Resident Parking Permit from your previous vehicle, regardless of the condition when it was removed. If you do not have the old sticker, please contact the Office of the Parking Clerk for further instructions.

Changing your neighborhood
The name of the neighborhood on a Permit must correspond to the neighborhood on the Resident Parking sign for the permit to be valid at that location. Therefore, if moving from one neighborhood to another, a new permit must be obtained to park your vehicle in resident designated spaces in your new neighborhood.

Where to Go:

Resident Parking Division at Office of the Parking Clerk, Room 224, City Hall.

When to Go:

Monday through Friday, 9am to 4:30pm.

What to Bring:

* The valid Massachusetts automobile registration for your NEW BOSTON ADDRESS.
* Proof of residency acceptable by the BTD.*
* The Resident Parking Permit from your previous address, regardless of the condition when it was removed. If you do not have the old sticker, please contact the Office of the Parking Clerk for further instructions.

* Acceptable Proof of Residency:
BTD accepts the following proofs of residency bearing your name and Boston address. Must be current (for mail, postmarked within the past 30 days). Bills must have the same name as the vehicle registration.

* Gas, Electric or Telephone Bill
* Cable Television Bill
* Monthly Bank Statement (excluding mortgage)
* Credit Card Bill
* Water and Sewer Bill
* Signed Lease
* Notarized Rental Agreement”

For the most recent Parking Permit regulations, please visit :http://www.cityofboston.gov/parking/residentparking