'Tis a poorly kept secret that the northeastern corner of the South End is changing profoundly, what with major new developments such as the Ink Block and Troy Boston. The freshly listed townhouse at 1 Bond Street offers an opportunity not only to own a quaintly squat Victorian but to be near said development action. The 3-BR with four bathrooms (two halves) includes 11-foot ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace in the living room as well as a rooftop deck that will come in handy in a little bit. A permit for on-street parking also comes with. The nine-room, 2,586-square-foot house wants $2,295,000. Go.
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