Historic condo in the Gaslight district of Charlestown

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Boston

 Historic condo in the gaslight district of Charlestown!  Imagine walking across a brick-laid road to a building built in 1814 and stepping into a newly renovated penthouse duplex located in the heart of Charlestown.  Residents of this amazing 2-bedroom, 2-bath home can enjoy amenities such as 2 parking spaces, central air conditioning, 2 gas fireplaces, hardwood floors, walls of windows, and cathedral ceilings.  For more details and a virtual tour that includes pictures and a floor plan, visit historic condo in the gaslight district of Charlestown. 

Historic condo in the gaslight district of Charlestown

Inside the spacious living room and dining room, natural light shines through the generous windows and reflects off the hardwood floors.   Around the corner, the stairs lead up to the bedrooms with exposed brick and cathedral ceiling.  Chris Remmes has listed this 1801-square-feet condo among other similar properties at Charlestown condos for sale.

Historic condo in the gaslight district of Charlestown

Charlestown’s gaslight district reminisces of Beacon Hill with its gas-fueled streetlamps and classic Boston architecture.  If you like the look of Beacon Hill or the South End but are concerned about the higher prices, Charlestown is definitely worth a look.  Encompassing part of the Boston National Historic Park, Charlestown embodies traditional Boston charm at very affordable prices.  Charlestown condos are a superb value as the neighborhood is still in the swing of a major redevelopment.  In the last 2 decades, many of the warehouses and industrial spaces looking out over the Charlestown navy yard have been converted into luxury condos and lofts.  To learn more events, news, and pictures of Charlestown, visit the Charlestown Patch.

Newly renovated condos are a privilege, and one inside a 2-century-old building is increasingly hard to find.  The penthouse duplex listed by Chris Remmes is waiting for new owners.  The spring market is here, so don’t miss out on this historical condo in the gaslight district of Charlestown!

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