Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
About 42 8th St Boston, MA 02129
Parris Landing is a beautiful conversion of a former nautical machine shop into over 300 luxury condos and apartments. Located in Charlestown's historic Navy Yard.
Fully furnished, newly renovated Charlestown Navy Yard studio on the water. Valet garage parking available but not included. Top floor in elevator building. Full bath & kitchen with new ss appliances, granite counter tops, breakfast bar, large windows lots of light, huge closet, hardwood floors, queen size bed, couch w/ chaise, flat screen tv & DVD player. Amenities include 24/7 concierge, gym: free weights, weight machines, variety of cardio equipment, punching bag, stretching area. Pool with chaise lounges, cabanas, clubhouse, BBQ area with new gas grills. Laundry onsite, conference room and business center.
3min walk to Pier6 (previously Tavern on the Water), 5min walk to USS Constitution, 15 min walk to Boston TD Garden & North End. Partners Healthcare shuttle to MGH campus and North Station right outside the door. 5 minute walk to Charlestown's Spaulding Hospital, public transportation, water shuttle to downtown, walk to restaurants, CVS, Whole Foods, Ace Hardware.
NO smoking, NO pets
Minimum 6 month lease with first and security deposit. Owner pays condo fee that covers trash, sewer, water, gym, pool, landscaping and snow removal. No utilities included. Utilities are NStar: gas/electric and cable, if desired. Applicants subject to credit score and references.
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