#745P: Polish Triangle
Don’t miss this spectacular four-bedroom, one-bathroom shared apartment on a quiet, residential street in Boston’s small and conveniently located Polish Triangle neighborhood. Situated on the bottom floor of a triple-decker home, this roomy, 1186-square-foot unit is newly remodeled and features freshly painted walls, sturdy hardwood floors, large windows for lots of natural light, electric heating, and a washer and dryer. Spacious, sunlit bedrooms offer closets and enough space for full-size beds, nightstands, and personal workspaces. The eat-in kitchen comes fully loaded with all-new stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave, lots of cabinets, and a modern sink and faucet. All rooms can be furnished upon request and before moving in. Less than three miles south of Downtown Boston, Polish Triangle is a mostly quiet and friendly residential neighborhood that puts its residents near all the excitement and attractions this city offers. Some of Boston’s best museums and restaurants are short drives or train rides away from Polish Triangle. Straddling the southwestern portion of South Boston, Polish Triangle is technically a small district within the large encompassing neighborhood of Dorchester. One of the city’s oldest and most historic areas, this neighborhood was named for the Polish immigrants that settled here. You can still find a few authentic Polish bars and restaurants playing polka music and serving up traditional delicacies like pierogies and potato pancakes. Offering affordable housing prices and proximity to the nearby University of Massachusetts Boston, Polish Triangle is home to a diverse demographic consisting of college students, families, and professionals. Spend an afternoon along the shores of Carson Beach and do some swimming or get some exercise at the nearby Joe Moakley Park. A perfect home for commuters, this lovely triple-decker is located less than a mile from the onramp to the Southeast Expressway. A nine-minute walk will get you to Andrew station for the MBTA Red Line train into Downtown. This smoke-free apartment includes high-speed WiFi and a flat-screen TV. Additional features include a decorative fireplace in the living area and a large back porch, perfect for barbecues and social gatherings. Plan to live with friends or want to turn one of the bedrooms into a home office? Book a tour today and ask about the option to rent this entire apartment....
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