Stylish condo in the “Chocolate Factory” – a circa 1875 brick/post and beam factory building that was once home to the Russell & Co. & Gobelin Chocolate companies (1905-1946). Located on a tree lined street near Inman Square between Broadway and Hampshire, this condo with one deeded outdoor parking space is an easy walk to the Red Line, MIT, and Harvard. Converted to condos late in the 1990s, many of the building’s original, iconic features – brick work and exposed beams – have been thoughtfully preserved.
There are two buildings and twenty three units in the complex. It is professionally managed and has been well maintained. Heat and hot water are included in the monthly fee.
This first floor, back of the building unit has soaring ceilings, exposed oak beams, and large windows that capture an abundance of natural light. The open loft style, combination living and dining room, has plenty of space for your office and is located adjacent to an open kitchen. The comfortable bedroom offers high ceilings and two full size closets. There are hardwood floors and tile floors. There is central air conditioning and the laundry is conveniently located just steps from the unit. In addition there is a common patio area in the back yard for grilling and outdoor dining. This is a sweet condo!
John & Cindy Farrell
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