On the Market: A Garden-Level Hideaway in the South End
A small wrought-iron door conceals a strikingly modern one-bedroom.
33 Worcester Street #1, Boston
Size: 803 square feet
Tucked under a grand staircase in the South End, a small wrought-iron door leads to this ultra-charming condo for sale. While it’s all bricks and brownstone on the outside, the 1890s building conceals a strikingly modern interior.
One step into the garden-level abode reveals sleek built-ins and finishes. The kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances (Wolf, Bosch, Liebherr, and Miele, if we’re naming names) while in the bedroom, there’s a custom dresser and closet. The bathroom, meanwhile, boasts radiant heat floors, and the living room is illuminated by recessed lighting and a sliding glass door.
That door opens to a dreamy—and surprisingly spacious—brick patio. It has enough room for both lounging on a sectional and dining al fresco. As an added bonus, the patio overlooks a landscaped terrace, where lush, shade-tolerant plants thrive.
For information, contact Fine Homes Group, Keller Williams Realty, bostonfinehomesgroup.com.
(This very good dog is not included in the sale, unfortunately.)
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