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Hot Property: Somerville condo ready for fun

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When the Greater Boston area is blessed with that early-May-mid-sixties-sunny-and-dry weather, a long, leisurely walk is almost mandatory. It’s doubly nice if you can step out your front door, grab a coffee from your local spot and stroll down a shady path by the riverside.

Sound good? Now all you need is the sweet digs to go along with that walk. How about 180 Boston Ave. in Somerville? Unit B, new to market, is an adorable condo in an unbeatable Somerville location.

For buyers looking to either downsize or venture into first-time home ownership, Unit B hits all the right notes. If you’re fond of a walk, 180 Boston Ave. is close to Davis Square, walking and biking paths along the Mystic River, and Tufts University. And bring your furry friend on that walk — the homeowners’ association is pet friendly! Commuters will love the parking — a huge plus in Somerville — and the ease of access to both the Concord Turnpike and I-93.

The just-right-sized interior starts with a sun porch that can be transformed into a work-from-home space or cozy den. A living room with a bank of bay windows and brick fireplace opens into a surprisingly spacious eat-in kitchen. Featuring a two-level peninsula with bar seating and access to a shared yard and patio, the kitchen also includes washer and dryer hookups. Tackling Sunday meal prep and laundry duties in one place without trudging up and down stairs? Sign us up!

Three closets in the generously sized primary bedroom complete the condo, which clocks in at a little under 900 square feet.

To learn more about the condo, on the market for $475,000, contact Kristin Weekley with Leading Edge Real Estate, 781-454-8493.

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