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About 438 Windsor St Cambridge, MA 02141
Absolutely GORGEOUS gut renovation! This first floor apartment features a private entrance, a brand new, fully applianced kitchen features marble counter-tops, a massive island with more than enough counter space to cook up a feast! High end appliances with gas cooking, dishwasher, disposal, and beautiful subway tile back splash. The kitchen opens up to a lovely living space with large bay window allowing for plenty of natural sunlight. Off of the kitchen, you'll find two decent sized bedrooms and a spacious laundry room, appliances to be installed before move-in! Huge master bedroom with double closets! One gorgeous, brand new full bathroom with high end fixtures and one half bathroom to match! Brand new gleaming hardwood floors throughout! Outdoor bike storage and one parking space available for rent! No smoking and no pets! Located 10 minutes to MIT, less than one mile to Kendall and Central Square, and in close proximity to all that Inman Square has to offer. First, last, security, and broker fee due at lease signing.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to be the FIRST to live in this GORGEOUS apartment!
Situated between Inman and Kendall Squares, this residential area nestles along the border between funky Cambridge culture and innovative business and technology. Here, historic brick apartment buildings share the block with classic triple deckers, making for a small yet dense neighborhood vibe.
Wellington-Harrington offers a diverse selection of restaurants including Brazilian, Korean, Portuguese, and Italian, mainly located along busy Cambridge Street. Neighborhood favorite Oleana dishes up Mediterranean in a relaxed, modern atmosphere, while indie and foreign film fans come from all over Cambridge to the Kendall Square Cinema for its screenings.
Donnelly Field lies at the center of the area, where youth teams tee up for baseball and parents take kids to the playground. Just over a mile to the west, Harvard Square provides opportunities for shopping and the arts, while downtown Boston is a 30-minute train ride away for commuters.