56 Gardner St Unit 52-02

56 Gardner St, Boston, MA 02134

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About 56 Gardner St Boston, MA 02134

Spacious and Sunny Three Bd in Allston Available 9/01 ID: 19742 Rent: $2895 / Month Broker Fee: Half Month Available Date: 9/1/17 Beds: 3 Baths: 1 Pet: Cat Ok Rent Includes: Heat, Hot Water Features: Eat-in Kitchen, Hardwood Floors, Parking For Rent Fantastic three-bedroom located on the first floor of a well-managed building on Gardner Street, just a five-minute walk to the B Line at Packard's Corner, the BU West campus, the 66 and 57 buses, and the shops and restaurants of Allston Village. Includes heat and hot water, hardwood floors, one full tiled bath and one half bath, spacious living room, renovated eat-in tiled kitchen with dishwasher and disposal, three large bedrooms, and plenty of closet space. Coin-operated laundry facilities are available on site, apartment is cable/Internet-ready, and off-street parking may be available at an extra charge. Ideal for graduate students or working professionals.

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