On the Market: A Stone Chapel Condo Near Harvard Square
321 Harvard St. #208, Cambridge
Size: 838 square feet
This Cambridge property was the site of a Unitarian church designed in 1911 by Boston architects Newhall and Blevins. After a 1974 fire damaged the church building, the majority of the structure was torn down and a 30-unit brick apartment building was built around the remaining stone church tower. With proximity to Harvard and Central Squares, the building has little turnover. Inside, this floor-through unit has a sunny living space and galley kitchen. While some updates are needed, a covered balcony off of the living room and bedroom offers an ideal outdoor space and in-unit laundry facilities are included. The building’s best common areas include a gracious foyer with a garden of potted plants and access to front and rear green spaces.
For information contact Emily Forshay Crowley, Century 21 Adams KC, c21adamsre.com.
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