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Property Address

5 Cross St, Charlestown, MA

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Property Details

Sold Date: 11/22/2019
Town: Boston
Type: Single-family residential
Rooms: 7
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 3 full
Style: Victorian
Year Built: 1865
Heating: Hot Water Baseboard
Cooling: Central Air
Basement: Full,Partially Finished,Interior Access,Bulkhead
Amenities: Public Transportation,Park,Highway Access,Public School,T-Station
Approx Sq. Feet: 2,481
Lot Size: 1075.00
Acreage: 0.02
Price / Sqft: $766

Your Agent

Debbie Gale Evans
Cell - 617.306.8631
Office - 508.945.7777
Fax - 508.945.7778

Your Insurance Rep.

Robert Reade
Insurance NPN# 2283864
Office Phone - 203.925.4588
Cell Phone - 860.690.5052
Office Fax - 866.603.1192

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Your Loan Officer

Frank Merola
NMLS Mortgage Loan Originator ID 1020051
Cell Phone - 508.740.5922

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5 Cross St, Boston, MA. LAST SHOWINGS DURING OH SAT 10-11:45 AND CALL FOR OFFERS BY NOON. Stunning 4BR/3BA single family with over 2400 s.f. of living space located on one of the most sought after streets in Charlestown - just steps from the Monument, Whole Foods, Starbucks, and public transportation. Recent renovations combine this brick townhome’s charming historic detail with all of the modern finishes you desire. Upgrades: renovated kitchen and butler’s pantry with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and custom kitchen island, newly reconfigured master bedroom with custom built-ins and en-suite bath, and finished basement with a large living room with custom built-ins and new full bath. Other amenities: enclosed private garden patio illuminated by a historic gas light, central a/c, spacious bedrooms, ample storage, gas fireplace, radiant Carrara marble flooring in two baths, carpeted stairs, and Monument views. Ask about the possibility of nearby rental parking.


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