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About 41 Easton St Boston, MA 02134
This is a huge, 3 bed with lots of natural light. Great location on a quiet, residential street, close to shops, bank, supermarkets, restaurants and Allston nightlife. Quiet building. Close to MBTA routes, MA Turnpike and Storrow Drive. Plenty of on-street parking, no permit required.
Features: 2 Living Rooms, Back Porch, Basement (Unfinished), Bay Windows, Big Closets, Breakfast Bar, Bright/ Natural Light, Built-in Shelving, DSL/Cable Ready, Dishwasher, Front Porch, Gas Stove, Hardwood Floors, Island, Large Kitchen, Laundry in Building, Modern Kitchen, Modern Lighting,
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