Refurbished home in the Jamaica Plain (steps to T train). You'll love location, friendly neighbors, light-filled rooms, antique books, piano, comfy beds, well-stocked kitchen, laundry, 2nd bed/office, free parking, central air/heat & closet space! Entire home.
Explore historic neighborhood or visit boutique cafes, restaurants, pubs, bookstores, vintage, ice cream & antique shops, quaint theater, famous parks and ponds w/in minutes.
PS: Home being built next door, so may be some noise in day.
With all the charm of old New England architecture and all the convenience of a thoughtfully renovated home, you'll feel transported in this spacious gem with easy street parking moments away from the lively center of Jamaica Plain.
Easy access to Whole Foods or Stop & Shop, the beautiful Jamaica Pond area, and all that Boston has to offer, the second bedroom/office will keep you productive if you need it, or soak in the full sized tub if you want to forget about productivity! On site laundry and fully equipped kitchen make this the perfect getaway. 2 queen blow-up beds for extra guests.
Moments away from:
- Jamaica Pond
- Arnold Arboretum
- William J. Devine Golf Course
- Franklin Park Zoo
- Boston Lager factory
12 Minutes to MFA Museum
13 Minutes to Fenway baseball park
20 Minutes by car or train (or bike) to:
- Cambridge / Harvard
- Boston Common / Historic District
Grass fed burger joint
Modern Haute Cuisine dining that also serves vegetarian dishes so good you'll have to guard your plate
Vegan Ice Cream parlor (very delicious, even to an omnivore!)
Restaurants from around the world, including an excellent Ethiopian restaurant at the end of the street
Independent coffee shops from fair trade to mom and pop dives
Whole foods and cvs practically next door
A vibrant community where saying hi to folks you meet on the street will put a smile on your face (unless it's snowing, in which case probably everyone is frowning!)
I have a DVD player and HDMI cable so you can watch thousands of movies available through various free sources or your own accounts.
Feel free to use spices and staples in the kitchen.
Washer and dryer are in basement.
Accès des voyageurs
You can access the entire house -- it is a stand-alone home and it is all yours. Please enter and leave from the right side door when you walk up to the house. This is the door with the key code lock.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I'm living in Ukraine, but am reachable by cell ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)). I also have a helper in the neighborhood if you have any questions or concerns. For emergencies, the landlord is next door. His name is Peter and his number is: +(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
I have a neighborhood helper who will pick up the trash on Thursday nights.
I'm looking only for mature guests who would treat my home as you would your own. No smoking and no parties. This is a friendly and quiet neighborhood and the ideal guest will be the same.
You don't need to clean the house, but anything you can do to make the cleaning person's job more straightforward (like throwing away any perishable food you didn't eat), would be much appreciated!
There are two bedrooms so two couples will fit perfectly. I can accommodate larger groups (up to six), but those people will have to sleep on (very comfy) blow up beds that you put either in the dining room or one of the bedrooms. Sleeping masks advised for anyone who decides to sleep on an air mattress in the dining room.
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I live in Boston and work as a documentary filmmaker in the former Soviet countries. I love books, history, and film.
My DVD collection is heavy on classics (complete Kurosawa), lots of Jeeves & Wooster, and some other odds and ends including my own feature doc, The Russian Woodpecker. My more than 2000 books span most of history, philosophy, art, science, and biography.