Tag Archives: chestnut hill

Featured Rental: One Bed at Brookline’s Cypress Lofts

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Exclusive Listing: Boylston Street – Brookline

 $2,750/month, Available September 1st

A huge one bedroom at Cypress Lofts, this condo offers multiple hard-to-come-by features: two garage parking spots, private outdoor space, and pet-friendly management! With beautiful wood floors throughout, the unit markedly totals over just under 1,110 square feet. The patio is just off of the living room for a serene outdoor experience. The kitchen has granite counters and stainless appliances. In addition, this unit boasts high ceilings, central air, and in-unit laundry. The concierge building is minutes from the MBTA D line, with easy access to the Longwood Medical Area and Downtown Boston. All the new shopping, dining, and entertainment options that Chestnut Hill has to offer are close at hand.

To learn more about this Brookline rental, contact our rental department:
Phone: 617.264.7900
Email: rentals@unlimitedsir.com

About Life in Brookline

As close as Brookline is to Boston, it has managed to maintain its own identity. Brookline features a mixture of urban and suburban living, upscale shops and recreational parks, apartment buildings and large estates. It is also the home of many academic and scientific professionals who work at the nearby medical centers in Boston. Brookline has an overnight on-street parking ban which is unusual for such a dense area.

Among its many unusual resources, Brookline has its own working farm (with farm stand), the oldest country club in the nation, a town golf course, a park on a hillside overlooking Boston with an open-air skating rink and transportation museum, as well as numerous neighborhood parks and playgrounds scattered throughout the town. Its major retail centers, including Coolidge Corner, Brookline Village, Washington Square, Cleveland Circle and the Chestnut Hill Shopping Center, are pedestrian-oriented shopping areas with a variety of stores, restaurants and malls.

Want to see more Brookline rentals? Check out the Boylston Street rental here or visit unlimitedsir.com for more available homes.

Featured Rental: Secluded 5 Bed in Chestnut Hill

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Exclusive Listing – Middlesex Road, Chestnut Hill

$8,500/month, Available July 1st

Refined five bed, four bath single family house in Chestnut Hill, Brookline. Its great layout includes living and dining rooms, two working fireplaces, a finished basement, and four car parking (two in a garage). Easy access to public and private schools, the Green Line, and bus lines. Very easy access to all the new shopping, dining, and entertainment options on Boylston Street – a must see!

To learn more, contact our rental department at:
617.332.1400 (Newton) 617.264.7900 (Brookline) or 617.522.2200 (JP), rentals@unlimitedsir.com

Check out the Middlesex Road rental here or search for the rental of your choice here.

Featured Rental: Impressive Brick in Chestnut Hill

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Exclusive Listing – Middlesex Road, Chestnut Hill

$10,000/month, Available Now

This five bed, four bath single family Chestnut Hill house is being offered as a fully furnished rental with four car parking, two of those spots in a garage. The house boasts beautiful wood work, two fireplaces, a modern eat-in-kitchen plus full living and dining rooms, and a yard with playset. Easy access to the Heath School, multiple parks, the Green line, and all the great new shopping, dining, and entertainment options that Chestnut Hill has to offer.

To learn more, contact our rental department at:
617.264.7900 (Brookline) or 617.522.2200 (JP), rentals@unlimitedsir.com

Check out the Middlesex Road rental here or search for the rental of your choice here.

Featured Rental: Beautifully Renovated Townhouse in Chestnut Hill

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Exclusive Listing – Fairgreen Place, Chestnut Hill

$7500/month, available now

Beautifully renovated four bed, four and a half bath townhouse at Fairgreen Place in Chestnut Hill with over 3000 square feet of living space, including open floor plan first floor with a living room (with a fireplace), dining room, incredible kitchen, and a deck off of it. Three of the bedrooms have en suite baths, with the master boasting a soaking tub and a stone shower. Central air & heat plus a two car heated garage.

Learn more, contact our rental department at:
617.264.7900 (Brookline) or 617.522.2200 (JP), rentals@unlimitedsir.com

Check out the Fairgreen Place rental here or search for the rental of your choice here.

Featured Rental: Must-See 4 Bed Single Family in Chestnut Hill

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Exclusive Listing – Vine Street, Chestnut Hill

$9500/month, Available Now

Built in 2013, this 4 bed, 4.5 bath single family house totals over 4500 sq.ft. of living space including the finished basement. Living and family rooms, both with a fireplace, a beautiful chef’s kitchen, a master bedroom with a fireplace plus a fantastic master bath, and more! Four car parking , two in the garage, plus a patio and yard. Close to all the hot new shopping and dining options in Chestnut Hill.

Learn more, contact our rental department at:
617.264.7900 (Brookline) or 617.522.2200 (JP), rentals@unlimitedsir.com

Check out the Vine Street rental here or search for the rental of your choice here.

New to Market: Stunning New Construction in Chestnut Hill


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60 Princeton Road – Chestnut Hill

Offered at $2,998,600

Modern Sophistication and Timeless Design. Welcome to 60 Princeton Road, a new construction single family surrounded by a gated stone wall situated in the sought-after Chestnut Hill area. Luxurious finishes include, Porcelanosa tiles, Wolfer’s lighting, Nest Thermostats, Lutron light control app, recessed LED lights throughout, manicured landscaping and more. First floor features 10’ ceilings with an inviting, open concept kitchen/dining area and family room with a linear gas fireplace on a natural stone floor-to-ceiling wall. Gourmet kitchen includes 10′ custom cabinets, 9′ island with Italian marble countertop and top of the line appliances. Oversized windows overlook the backyard patio. Formal living room has French doors and sits opposite the mud room and office/bedroom. Master bedroom features TCS walk-in closet and bath with Porcelanosa tile, freestanding soaking tub, heated floors, oversized shower, speakers and electronic volume control. This remarkable home is a must see! Learn more at 60princetonroad.com

Listing Agent: Aurel Garban, 617.875.1914, aurel.garban@unlimitedsir.com

Featured Listing: Sophisticated Chestnut Hill Gem!

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135 Lagrange Street, Chestnut Hill

Offered at $1,850,000

Gorgeous, contemporary 10 year’s young, designed for entertaining and modern, family living. This 4 bed, 3.5 bath single family home in Chestnut Hill offers a graciously open floor plan with sun-filled rooms. Gleaming hardwood floors connect the spacious and airy living room, dining room and family room, flowing into a beautiful gourmet Chef’s kitchen with stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, disposal, granite counter tops, built-in wall ovens and large pantry. Abundant light flows in through grand custom windows. Spectacular finishes throughout. Built in ceiling speakers. Grand master bed and bath. Large bedrooms with big closets. The attic and basement provide plenty of storage space and are prime candidates for bonus rooms, if finished. Lovely private deck right off from the kitchen with additional patio and roomy back yard.

Open Houses: Sat, 3/18 11am-1pm and Sun, 3/19 12-2pm

Listing Agents:
Kate Kittipanthopas, 617.501.4892, kate.kittipanthopas@unlimitedsir.com
John Almaz, 781.927.4318, john.almaz@unlimitedsir.com057-Rear_View-2463526-large 053-Deck-2463527-large 044-Bedroom-2463583-large 038-Master_Bedroom-2463608-large

New to Market: Three Bed Home Near Larz Anderson Park

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155 Newton Street, Brookline

Offered at $998,900

Unique self managed stand-alone home with private landscaped grounds located next to Larz Anderson Park and The Country Club. The 1st floor features a large modern eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a fireplaced living room, den and formal dining room overlooking a comfortable deck and backyard gardens. The 2nd floor has 2 large sized bedrooms, 2 full size baths plus a spacious master suite with jetted tub. The finished lower level is wide open featuring a media room, gym area, office, laundry room and plenty of room to add on. 10 minute drive to Faulkner or Longwood Medical, a short drive to T stops at Brookline High or Cleveland Circle, and close to the Chestnut Hill shopping and restaurant scene. Like living in a your own home, come see it for yourself. Showings by appointment only. MLS # 71830410

Learn more, contact agent Ted Ufland at 781.888.4271 or ted.ufland@unlimitedsir.com

Happy Independence Day!

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Happy Fourth of July to all the friends and families of Prudential Unlimited Realty! We hope everyone has a fun and safe fourth!

20 Interesting Fourth of July Facts:

1. Initially adopted by Congress on July 2, 1776, the revised version of the Declaration of Independence was not adopted until two days later.
2. The oldest, continuous Independence Day celebration in the United States is the 4th of July Parade in Bristol, Rhode Island; it began in 1785.
3. The Declaration of Independence was penned by Thomas Jefferson and signed by 56 men representing 13 colonies.
4. One of the United States’ patriotic songs, “Yankee Doodle” was originally sung by British military officers prior to the Revolution as a means to mock the disorganized American colonists who fought alongside them during the French and Indian Wars.
5. France, Greece, Poland, Russia and several countries in South America used the Declaration of Independence as a beacon in their own struggles for freedom.
6. The “Star Spangled Banner” was written by Francis Scott Key during the War of 1812 and not decreed the official national anthem of the United States until 1931.
7. Three U.S. Presidents, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe, died on July 4th; Adams and Jefferson died within hours of each other in 1826 while Monroe died in 1831.
8. In July 1776, the estimated number of people living in the newly independent nation was 2.5 million. According to the U.S. and World Population Clock, the nation’s estimated population in July 2013 will be 316.2 million.
9. The Pennsylvania Evening Post was the first newspaper to print the Declaration of Independence.
10. Both the Philippines and Rwanda celebrate July 4th as a day of liberation. In Southeast Asia, it is known as “Republic Day” and Rwandans celebrate “Liberation Day.”
11. The country’s 30th president, Calvin Coolidge, was born on Independence Day in 1872.
12. Americans consume about 155 million hot dogs on Independence Day alone; it is the biggest hot dog holiday of the year.
13. In 1870 Congress made Independence Day an official unpaid holiday; in 1938, it was changed to a paid federal holiday.
14. Americans began observing the Fourth of July as early as 1777, when the first-ever major celebration in Philadelphia included a parade and a thirteen-shot cannon salute and fireworks.
15. To avoid cracking it, the Liberty Bell has not been rung since 1846. To mark the quintessential day, every fourth of July it is symbolically tapped 13 times.
16. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson are responsible for the bald eagle as the national bird; Benjamin Franklin wanted it to be the turkey.
17. Eight of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence were born in Britain.
18. The American Pyrotechnics Association (APA) estimates that more than 14,000 professional firework displays light up the skies in the United States each 4th of July.
19. Two of our nation’s great national symbols were made overseas. The Liberty Bell was cast in England, and the Statue of Liberty in France.
20. The average age of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence was 45. Benjamin Franklin was the oldest at age 70, and Edward Rutledge was the youngest at age 26.

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