Nestled in a quiet street in the Harvard Square area, across from Harvard Law School, with many historic neighboring houses and lovely gardens, this third-floor condo is a real find for a young couple or new family. Built in the 1870s, the house holding three condos is sound, well-maintained, and owner-occupied. It has private backyard gardens and a blue stone terrace – perfect for hosting outdoor meals and parties. The street on which it sits is charming, safe, and private, tucked into the neighborhood on a one-way curve. The condo itself has high ceilings and is flooded with morning and afternoon light, giving it an airy tree-top feeling. It has old-world features such as beautiful hardwood floors and two kitchen pantries, combined with a large, newly-renovated eat-in kitchen and five updated, spacious closets. The living room and dining room are spacious, with designer lighting. Two pleasant bedrooms open into a hall lined with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. You must-see-for-yourself
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