Single-Family Home in Monument Area of Charlestown

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Boston

Single-family home in Monument area of Charlestown is perfect for a small family looking for a home. Imagine driving through one of the oldest neighborhoods in America, passing by smiling tourists and friendly neighbors, pulling into your 2-car parking garage, and coming home to a classically designed living space for you and your family. Owners can enjoy shiny hardwood floors and gas fireplaces while dining in the pristine granite stainless kitchen or relaxing under the modern recessed lights in the spacious living room.  Fine details include custom built-in shelves, custom plantation shutters, crown molding, and 2 and a half baths.  If you love having guests over, you would appreciate the gracious family room with bay windows and a gas fireplace on the second floor.  There is a large master bedroom with two other bedrooms, as well as a garden in the back that can be easily turned into a patio. For more properties in Boston, you can look at the website of Chris Remmes.

Single-family home in monument area of Charlestown

 
If you are in the market for a single-family home in the Monument area of Charlestown, it’s worthy to note all the amenities that the neighborhood offers. People from all over Boston love coming to Charlestown Yoga, which offers pure relaxation and even offers a program for veterans with PTSD. After an hour of body and mind relaxation, people find Charlestown to be a cool place to walk around. If you want to see a drum that was used during the American Civil War, be sure to check out the Bunker Hill museum.  Don’t be surprised if you find yourself among many tourists when looking at the single-family home in Monument area of Charlestown. 
Single-family home in monument area of Charlestown

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Team Honeycutt
Allen Tate - Concord, NC

This is a charming home. I love the floors. They are so beautiful.  My granddaughter is a law student in Charleston and she and two house mates live on Tradd Street. They have been so fascinated because the horse and carriage comes by their home and the tourists all wave and smile. Charleston is a wonderful city.

Betty
 

Mar 20, 2012 06:25 AM