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$2,750 / 1br - 600ft2 - Garden level one bedroom with private garden (Beacon Hill)

45 Pinckney St, Boston, MA 02114

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45 Pinckney St

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1BR / 1Ba 600ft2 available now
rent period: monthly
cats are OK - purrr
apartment
laundry on site
no smoking
street parking
45 Pinckney Street, Unit 1, Boston MA 02114
1 Bedroom / 1 Bath
$2,750/month
Rent Includes Heat & Hot Water
Available NOW.
NO BROKER FEE!

Garden level one bedroom with private garden in Historic Beacon Hill. Hardwood floors and decorative fireplace. Huge bedroom with view to quiet courtyard, with space for work station or Peloton/workout area. Galley style kitchen with gas cooking. Rent includes heat & hot water. Great closet space and on-site coin operated laundry. Unit located on the desirable picturesque upper Pinckney Street in four units owner occupied building, very close to parks, the Charles River, red and green lines and downtown. Beacon Hill is in the center historic part of town. It’s a very safe neighborhood, right next to the Statehouse. The apartment is 5-10 minute walk to both the beautiful public garden and the Charles River for bike rides and jogs. The famed Louisburg Square is right down the street. The train stations are 5 mins away, Cambridge is in 2-3 stops across the river. The waterfront/seaport and the North end (Boston’s little Italy) is also within walking distance.

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