72 Gardner St Unit 50-A3

72 Gardner St, Boston, MA 02134

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About 72 Gardner St Boston, MA 02134

Student Friendly Spacious 4 Bd, 1.5 Bath, NO FEE, Pics taken 12/18/17 , #AgentZeroFee ID: 2072659 Rent: $3800 / Month Broker Fee: No Fee Available Date: 09/01/2018 Beds: 4 Baths: 1.5 Pet: No Pets Rent Includes: Hot Water Features: Courtyard, Laundry Room Amazing four-bedroom located on the third floor of a professionally-managed building on Gardner Street in Allston, just a five-minute walk to the B Line at Packard's Corner, the BU West campus, and the shops and restaurants of Allston Village. Rent includes hot water, hardwood floors, tiled eat-in kitchen with dishwasher and disposal, large sunny living room, full tiled bathroom and one half-bath, and four spacious bedrooms with plenty of closet space. Apartment is cable/Internet-ready and coin-operated laundry facilities are available on site. Perfect for undergrads, graduate students, or working professionals.

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