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Featured Listing: Spectacular 3 Unit Multifamily in Roxbury

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2767 Washington Street – Roxbury’s Fort Hill

Offered at $1,699,000

Fabulous new construction in Fort Hill! Three spectacular units make up this Roxbury home listing, each one just under 1600 square feet. Their open floor plans are bathed in natural light from oversized contemporary windows, coming with generous floor to ceiling cabinet storage. Unit #1 is a floor through flat, and units 2 and 3 are two story townhouses with private roof decks. High ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors afford a polished look. Each kitchen is outfitted with Frigidaire Gallery stainless appliances including stove, fridge, microwave, and dishwasher. The kitchens also hold granite counters with ample bar seating and cheery pendant lights.

Large ceramic laundry rooms with full size Samsung Washer/Dryer machines with storage cabinets. Custom cabinetry in each bedroom with walk-in closets in the master bedrooms. There is a ceramic tiled master bath with stone countertops, a double sink, and a walk in shower with subway tile. High efficient gas hot air and central A/C plus Navien tankless hot water. Home Energy Rating System gives this building a ranking of 55, which is 45% more energy efficient than standard new constructions.

Listing Agent: Thomas O’Connor, 617.251.6393, thomas.oconnor@unlimitedsir.com

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About life in Roxbury:

Once a farming community, Roxbury is home to the historic Shirley Eustis House, the only remaining country house in America built by a British Royal Colonial Governor. Today this neighborhood is undergoing a renaissance. Hundreds of new business and housing initiatives have revitalized the neighborhood’s Dudley Square, Crosstown, and Grove Hall areas.

The dramatic transformation of Blue Hill Avenue from a street lined with vacant lots to a dynamic business district is one of former Mayor Menino’s proudest achievements. The Roxbury Center for the Arts, Culture, and Trade, which opened in 2005, celebrates the cultural richness of the community through the visual and performance arts.