The just-listed 3-BR, 2.5-BA Unit 4G at the Belvedere in Back Bay could probably sell itself (especially in this Boston condo market). It's a regal 2,654 square feet; comes with two garage parking spaces; and it's part of a full-service building that's connected to the Prudential Center and Copley Place. The listing broker, however, felt the need to go that much linguistically further. The brokerbabble comes in the description of the Belvedere's common areas: "Residents can relax in the comfort of the private library while reading complimentary daily newspapers or challenging themselves on the New York Times crossword puzzle while enjoying continental breakfast and afternoon delights."
The spread is asking $4,250,000, which makes it the priciest new listing in Boston in the last week. One final thing: What's wrong with the Boston Globe's crossword, huh?
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