Sometimes buying property in Boston means buying a piece of history; the odds are pretty good! A 1 bed/1bath unit in the historic Norfolk House building in Eliot Square has a lot to offer. Originally built on the site of the Joseph Ruggles mansion in the late 1700's, the Norfolk house saw many renditions over the years, including being the only Public House for travelers on the road to/from Boston. The beautiful red brick Italianate we see now was built in 1853. The unit, a just under 600 sqft condo, has exceptionally high ceilings & tall windows that provide unencumbered views of John Eliot Church across the street and the downtown Boston skyline behind it! With some recent updates and renovations (including a new kitchen) this unit is ready for its new owner! Heat/AC and in-unit W/D round out the amenities. The common roof deck offers panoramic views, including Boston harbor!
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