1 Richdale #1 is a two-bedroom, two-bath condominium with covered parking at Richdale Park, a sixteen-unit condominium association in several buildings located in Porter Square with Red Line and commuter rail line service to Boston.
1 Richdale #1 is NOW SOLD. Listed with Hammond Real Estate. I served as the listing broker.
1 Richdale #1 is located on the second floor of a three-level building. The covered parking space for the residence is located directly beneath the unit itself, a wonderful convenience, especially in the winter.
1 Richdale #1 also features a covered porch and balcony. The balcony is visible in the photo seen here.
A spacious common hall for two units leads to the unit door itself for 1 Richdale #1 on the second floor. Upon entering the residence, there is a coat closet and an expansive living room with hardwood floors which opens onto the covered porch and balcony.
The appealing floor plan at 1 Richdale #1 has the living room opening onto the dining area, which is adjacent to the kitchen. The first full bath is located off the hallway leading to the two bedrooms. At the end of this hall is a closet with private side-by-side laundry machines. The second bedroom features a bathroom en suite and serves as a true master. Both bedrooms have generous closet space. There is also a full-size storage room adjacent to the unit.
Updates just made in 2010 include tile work and new vanities in both bathrooms, a new stove and fresh paint.
This condo has its own hot water, heating and air conditioning systems. The Porter Square location is hard to beat, with its many shops and restaurants, Red Line subway and commuter rail service.
If you are interested in learning more about 1 Richdale Avenue or other properties in Cambridge. I can be reached at email@example.com or 617-733-8937. I am a Harvard graduate, a Cambridge resident and a top broker in the city since 1999.
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