80 W Cedar St Unit 4

80 W Cedar St, Boston, MA 02114

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About 80 W Cedar St Boston, MA 02114

Listed by owner. A stunning, FURNISHED, one bedroom penthouse in the heart of Beacon Hill is available for flexible 6 -12 month leases. Completely renovated, features an open kitchen, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. There's ample closets and full size laundry in unit. Bright sunlight pours in through the 9 double pane windows and skylight (this is a front to back apartment with 3 exposures). Private furnished roof deck with views of Beacon Hill. A 2 minute walk to the subway, top notch dining and shopping on Charles Street, and a 10 min walk to Whole Foods and MGH. The space is bright, cozy, and was recently renovated and furnished with quality materials. Most of the household items such as pots, pans, dinnerware, linens, towels, pillows, are new and top quality. Canadian down comforter, 100% satin cotton sheets. All UTILITIES and WiFi are INCLUDED in the rent. Cable TV can be connected and added to the rent. Alternately, there's a Roku box to stream free / paid content, or connect to your Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc accounts. The red-line MBTA is a couple of blocks away, but most errands can be done by foot. There are also garages very close by. The apartment is a few steps from beautiful Charles St., a very short walk to Mass General Hospital, a 15 minute walk to Boston Common, 20 to the Back Bay and Newbury St. shopping and dining. It is also very convenient to Cambridge, the State House, the financial center and downtown. The apartment is set up as a luxury executive rental with all the necessary items. The gourmet kitchen is stocked with: pots, pans, French press, tea infuser, Ninja blender, Brita water dispenser, Wusthof knives, cheese board, cutting board, zester, grater, measuring spoons, glass storage containers, silicon utensils, colander, peeler, garlic press, dinnerware, glassware, flatware, mugs, cast iron skillet, toaster, wine opener, and more. Additionally, there is a first-aid kit, iron, ironing board, professional hair dryer, Jambox bluetooth speaker, hamper, extra blankets, etc. Fireplace is decorative only. The location is probably the best attribute of this apartment, being so central, in a historic neighborhood, and so close to one of the most charming and vibrant streets in Boston, which is Charles Street, but on a very quiet street. There is virtually no street noise in the apartment. Beacon Hill is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the United States. It is full of history and charm. It's cobblestone streets, gas lamps and flower boxes on the windows make you feel transported to another era. The apartment is on a very quiet street, but steps to vibrant Charles St. where there's everything you could possible need - fine dining, wine tasting, gourmet grocery store, boutiques, oldest post office in the country, pharmacy, UPS store, hardware store, art/map galleries, yoga studio, gym, etc. Important note: I don't list my apartment on Craigslist - if you see it there for a lower rent, it is a scammer who is using my photos and asking people to wire a deposit - it is a fraud, please beware.

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  • Washer/Dryer
  • Smoke Free
  • Furnished


Pet Policy

Dogs Allowed



Property Information

  • Furnished

Lease Length

  • 6 Month


  • Washer/Dryer
  • Smoke Free

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  • Furnished
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Neighborhood - Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill

An upscale historic district in downtown Boston, Beacon Hill resides on the coast of the Charles River, just north of the Boston Common. This historic 50-acre urban park offers the Hatch Memorial Shell, a riverside amphitheater with lawn seating. Beacon Hill is one of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in the country with brick-lined streets, gas lanterns, and historic landmarks. With its tourist attractions and lively residential community, Beacon Hill is a charming historic region with plenty of amenities to offer residents and visitors alike.

Historic architecture, antique shops, and fine eating and drinking spots define this Boston neighborhood. Visit historic homes like Nichols House Museum to tour a grand Beacon Hill residence from 1804, or venture over to the Museum of African American History on Joy Street. A prominent landmark and must-visit location is The Massachusetts State House in the center of town, built in 1795.

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