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115 Appleton Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Attention developers and end-users ready for a project. Rare two-family offering in prime West Cambridge location. Close to Huron Village and Fresh Pond and offering easy access to Harvard Square and Harvard University. Separate front entrances for each unit. Covered front and rear porches. Sheltered rear yard. Excellent ceiling height throughout - 8’-4” on the first floor and 8’-6” on the second floor and 7’-6” on the third floor. Seller makes no representations or warranties. To be sold in as-is condition. Listed for sale with Charles Cherney of Hammond Real Estate. (photos by Jeffrey Dodge Rogers)
1 Corporal McTernan Street Unit 1 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Pristine two-bedroom condominium residence next to Dana Park in Cambridgeport. Impressive 9’-3” ceiling height and oversized windows make this an inviting, light-filled home. Open plan layout, with French doors in living room opening onto an exclusive use patio area. Kitchen with ample cabinet space and stainless steel appliances, including new (2014) dishwasher and microwave. Both bedrooms with good-size closets. Generous full bath with shower-tub. In-unit laundry and central air conditioning. Healthy four-unit association. Private storage in basement. Rental parking possible. Walkscore 93 - Walker’s Paradise. Close to shops & services + Red Line in Central Square. A delightful city home. Listed for sale with Charles Cherney of Hammond Real Estate. (photos by Jeffrey Dodge Rogers)
94 Brattle Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Henry Vassall House is one of Cambridge’s seven famed “Tory Row Mansions,” and it is one of only three that are privately owned. Built ca. 1746, this splendid Brattle Street home near Harvard Square contains a wealth of architecturally significant, handcrafted Georgian woodwork that forms an elegant backdrop for modern amenities. Standing among other high-style Cambridge homes, it is close to the Charles River, Harvard Square and Harvard University. In 1973, the 18th century building was divided into two handsome residences, carefully preserving the historic features and meticulously replicating others. The east-facing block of the house, which was Henry Vassall’s showpiece, is now 94 Brattle Street. With over 4,000 square feet of living area on three floors, 94 Brattle awaits the vision of its new owners. Highlights include seven fireplaces; refined central stair hall; curved kitchen conservatory wall overlooking the well-maintained yard and gardens; atelier-type top floor with high-beamed ceiling. Listed for sale with Charles Cherney of Hammond Real Estate. (Photos by Jeffrey Dodge Rogers)
Phillips Brooks House at #Harvard is the home of PBHA, an umbrella organization for the 86 different social service programs, all run by Harvard students - more than 1,400 students volunteer each year!