Charming 450 sq. ft. basement studio in Boston's North End / Waterfront. Hardwood floors, exposed brick wall, eat-in kitchen with granite counter, hickory cabinets and stainless steel appliances (GE refrigerator & microwave/oven, Bosch dishwasher, Miele flat range, Franke sink & faucet). Queen-sized bed with luxury linens. Additional office space with built in desk and shelves, California closet, and additional clothing closet. Electric heat (baseboards) and hot water, UTILITIES INCLUDED up to $100/month. Cable TV/Wi-Fi included. Shared roof deck with views of city and ocean. Walk to all the best Italian restaurants and to the Boston Harbor waterfront, Fanueil Hall, and Downtown. Quiet 2-way street, many parking lots and garages nearby on Commercial St. 5 minute walk to T (Haymarket or North Station). Short or long-term furnished possible. Sorry, no pets, no smoking. Please check calendar prior to inquiring, it is kept up-to-date.
Exposed brick wall and murals
Eat-in kitchen w/ granite counter, Hickory cabinets
Full gourmet kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances (GE refrigerator & microwave/oven, Bosch dishwasher, Miele flat range, Franke sink & faucet)
Office w/ built in desk and shelves
Queen-sized bed, luxury linens
Electric heat (baseboards) and hot water, UTILITIES INCLUDED up to $100/month.
Cable TV/Wi-Fi included
Shared roof deck with views of city and ocean!
Luxury EXHALE fitness club and spa 1 block away
The North End: Quiet 2-way street with permit parking; many parking lots and garages nearby on Commercial Street, and only 5 minute walk to T (Haymarket or North Station). This studio is a perfect pied-de-terre or short-term solution for your job or vacation in Boston. Convenient to MIT, Harvard, Boston University, and right on the Freedom Trail, just steps to Boston Harbor. Building is managed by Peter Baldassari, who's pet-project All Saints Way, located right next to the building, is a landmark in this historic Italian neighborhood.
Reservation and Cancellation Policy: Full payment required to secure reservation. Payment is non-refundable unless, in the case of cancellation, I can rent the apartment to someone else for the same dates. If I re-rent the apartment for part of the cancelled dates, a partial-refund may be issued.
I am a composer and graphic designer living in the Boston area. I grew up in Harvard, Massachusetts and went to MIT for college, living in this apartment for the last two years of school.
Having lived in the apartment, I can attest to the fabulous location! The only drawback was parking (and I highly recommend NOT having a car during your vacation to Boston), but when I lived there with a car and had to move it every morning at 7 am, it was amazing to walk through the streets of the North End and smell the garlic cooking :) It's on the edge of the North End, near the Waterfront. The roofdeck has a view of the whole city and harbor, and a block from the apartment is a beautiful park that spans the harbor. 10 minute walk to downtown's shops and attractions. And actually ON the Freedom Trail, which is a line through the city that brings you to all of the historical destinations from Bunker Hill to Paul Revere's house, old cemeteries and churches.
The apartment is small and cozy (it is a studio after all!) but has everything you need to be self-sufficient on your vacation. It is in the basement of a 12 unit building, and actually I bought it because it reminded me of a wine cellar! When I lived there, I used to have dinner parties and with the shades up, passers-by would ask if we 'were open' or could they make reservations! Room only for 2, but for 2 it is a perfect getaway in a lovely part of the city.
Boston's North End is a historic Italian neighborhood, steps to Boston harbor and the downtown Boston, Fanueil Hall Marketplace, the Financial District, and the Freedom Trail. Battery Street is a quiet 2-way street between Hanover Street (the main street in the North End, lined with restaurants and shops) and Commercial Street (which runs along the water). Dine at Boston's best Italian restaurants, visit cafes and pastry shops, convenient to public transportation (Haymarket or North Station subway) and the bike trail into Cambridge. The North End contains several historical landmarks, including the home of Paul Revere and Old North Church. Nearby attractions include the New England Aquarium, Boston Garden, Fanueil Hall, Haymarket (a giant outdoor food market on weekends), the Museum of Science, MIT, Downtown Crossing, Beacon Hill, and the Boston Common. Ice skating, fishing, ferries into the harbor and many parks surround the area.
Other Activities: right off the Freedom Trail, in old Italian neighborhood
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3 night minimum stay
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|Notes||PAYMENT POLICY Reservations are not secured until 50% deposit is received. Remaining 50% due 30 days before checkin.
CANCELLATION POLICY Payments are non-refundable unless, in case of cancellation, we can rent the apartment for the same dates. If we can rent for part of the cancelled dates, you would receive a partial refund.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay. Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
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