$769,000

List Price

52 Fisher Ave Boston #302, MA 02120

3 bed | 2 bath | 1,205sqft | $4,012 est. monthly cost

$9,613

Your Est. Savings

Home Information and Amenities

5 Rooms

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

0 Parking

Exceptional light filled 3 bed unit with EXCEPTIONAL VIEWS. 6 units available featuring open concept flr plan that marries design excellence w/ superior energy performance. State-of-the-art kitchen includes Energy Star appliances, large triple-glazed windows creating quiet interior, a hospital-grade ventilation system & stunning finishes! Unit 4 also comes w/ deeded garage parking, in-unit washer/dryer & views of Boston and Blue Hills. Located less than 1/2 mile from Green & Orange Line Stations & less than a mile from Longwood Medical Area these homes are an urban oasis. WalkScore of 87 (out of 100) & transit score of 81. This home integrates a solar array on the roof, allowing 4 absurd utility cost savings. Unit is currently under construction (preconstruction price) with an expected completion date for the late Fall, there is the opportunity to pick paint colors, floor stain. These homes are located at the intersection of real estate & sustainability

  • Property type

Condominium/Co-Op

  • # of Bedrooms

3

  • # of Bathrooms

2

  • # Number of Units

6

  • Year Built

2020

  • Size

1,205

  • Lot Size

0

  • HOA

$250

  • Basement

N

  • Heating

Heat Pump,Active Solar,ENERGY STAR,Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP)

  • Total Parking

0

  • Roof Material

Rubber

  • Flooring

Unavailable

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