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Three-Bed, Penthouse Condo Near Lower Mills: All-New Renovation, FHA-Approved, Just $164,900

Attention, Deal-Hunters:

How’d you like to own – own – a completely updated, top-floor, three-bed condo for about $1,150/month and only have to put down 3.5%?

And how’d you like that $1,150 to include taxes, insurance, and condo fees?

And what if your new digs were a half-mile from the Milton T stop, an eight-minute walk to Shaw’s, and right down the street from Planet Fitness?

You, my friend, would have nabbed yourself a deal.

The Condo

Full renovation means just that: everything from wall to wall was either replaced, improved, or updated.

The kitchen now has high-end, stainless-steel appliances, dark-granite counters, and recessed lighting. The hardwood floors have been sanded, double poly-ed, and coated with an English Chestnut stain.

The bathroom has new fixtures and a new vanity. Every wall has been re-painted. And a laundry closet with new washer/dryer hook-ups has been installed.

It has three bedrooms, a private back deck, and some surprisingly beautiful views from the sunny and spacious living room: from this height, you can look out across the wooded residential neighborhood and see Blue Hills in the distance.

The Price


The Fees

Condo fees are $192/month. Taxes are only $121/month (assessed before the renovation).

A parking spot in a well-protected lot behind the building is deeded to the unit.

The building has great owner-occupancy (67%) and has already been FHA-approved.

The Location

The condo’s on the top floor of a three-story, six-unit building on Cedar Street, an all-residential side road that’s less than a half-mile from downtown Lower Mills.

Lower Mills, a deeply historic but constantly evolving village on top of the Neponset River, is a haven for walkers. It has everything: a Red Line stop (Milton), a full-service supermarket (Shaw’s), bars (Ledge, for instance), eateries (like locally renowned Mrs. Jones), a Dunkin’ Donuts, a CVS, and so much more.

There’s a Planet Fitness and a Bank of America at the bottom of Cedar, just a three-minute walk away.

Walkscore: 75 out of 100 – “Very Walkable”

The Next Step

Call Patriot (617 436-6000) to schedule a private showing. Or stop by Sunday, from 11:30 to 1, for an open house!

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Remarkable New Construction in the South End: Penthouse Duplex, Stunning Roof Deck, Prime Location

Before we proceed, let us recognize the fact that, no, this is not your typical Deal. “A deal,” you might tell Patriot, “shouldn’t have a one-and-a-half-million-dollar price tag.”

To that, let us retort with, “We don’t care, it is a Deal! And it’s so darn fun to read about and to look at pictures of, we’d still call it a Deal even if it weren’t.”

So join us (however begrudgingly) as we examine this astounding duplex penthouse, which is nothing like anything else on the South End market. Which combines remarkable, contemporary luxury with the distinct, historical character of the neighborhood. Which is listed at $1.495 million and is still considered under-priced.

How’s that for a Deal?

The Condo

First, about the building…

When the developers bought it last year, they ordered a complete gut job from the ground up. A classic brownstone that once housed five units with quirky layouts and outdated finishes, is now a two-unit masterpiece with huge open spaces, elevated ceiling heights, and some of the most expensive detail we’ve ever seen.

A custom designer gave the interior an ultra-chic, contemporary look with black hardwood floors, European lighting fixtures, and white, Caesarstone countertops. Smart-house features, like customizable cameras and a Sonos multi-room music system, were added to each unit. Finally, the brick exterior was carefully restored according to the guidelines of the South End Landmarks Commission, which makes certain that any new construction or renovation preserves the district’s renowned historical beauty.

Now, the condo: it’s a penthouse unit with two floors, not including the internal walk-up from the building’s vestibule or the 450-square-foot roof deck (which we’ll get to in a bit). All three bedrooms are on the first floor. The master was designed for a king set, confirmed by the properly placed and individually controlled reading lights. The closet is a custom-designed, full walk-in. The en-suite master bathroom has dual sinks, a three-headed steam shower, radiant floor heating, and a heated towel rack. The other two bedrooms (one works best as an office, though has a window and a closet) face the front, share another full bathroom, and have direct views of Boston’s Back Bay skyline. Also on this level: a laundry closet with a full-size, Bosch washer/dryer set already installed.

Up a full flight of stairs you’ll go to find the space that defines the unit: a combo kitchen/dining/living room that utilizes all 40 feet of the building’s depth. In a word, it’s enormous. It’s extra wide – the developers increased the width from 13 feet to 20 – and, due to the unique slope of the building’s roof, the ceiling height climbs dramatically to 13 feet in the living room. A linear-flame, gas fireplace accentuates this effect with its floor-to-ceiling facade. The room transitions seamlessly into the kitchen, which features a Bertazzoni six-burner range and a Sub-Zero fridge and wine cooler. Off the kitchen is a surprisingly spacious and usable balcony.

That’s nothing, though, compared to the private roof deck. It’s accessible by another full flight of stairs and a head house, it’s enclosed by a black, cast-iron fence, and it has feeds for water, electricity, and gas. But all that’s usually lost on those who set foot up there, because the views are overwhelming. The Prudential Center and the Hancock Tower seem close enough to touch, while the building’s height and the size of the deck allow you to see the rest of Back Bay, the South End, and the Financial District panoramically.

The Price

$1.495 million. A deeded, off-street parking spot can be included for another $50,000. The condo fees are estimated to be about $300, but because this is a new conversion, that’s still to be determined.

The Location

The South End is the largest existing Victorian residential district in North America, characterized by 19th-century, red-brick rowhouses like the property at hand. This one’s on tree-lined Claremont Park, a one-block street on the Back Bay side of Columbus Ave.

Buyers tend to prefer this side of Columbus, mostly because of its proximity not only to the heart of the South End’s restaurants and nightlife, but to Copley and the Pru as well. And its desirability is reflected back by its residents, whose care and perpetual up-keep help maintain the neighborhood’s pristine beauty.

From Toro‘s authentic tapas on Washington (0.5 miles), to Amsterdam Cafe‘s signature paninis on Columbus (one block), the South End’s diverse range of eateries are within easy walking distance. Wally’s Cafe, one of the country’s oldest jazz clubs, is right around the corner and The Beehive, a haven for eclectic live music, is a 10-minute walk. Of course, you can always explore all that Back Bay has to offer, as a stroll to Boylston Street takes just 15 minutes.

Walkscore: 95 out of 100 – “Walker’s Paradise”

The Next Step

This is a Patriot exclusive, so call us today (617 436-6000) to schedule a showing. Or stop by our open house on Sunday.

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Two Apartments in One: Two-Bed with Attached In-Law, Half-Mile from the North Quincy T, $1,850/month

Dear Parents of a Rambunctious Teenager,

Need a little distance from that rambunctious teenager? We’ve got the answer: this two-bed in North Quincy has a one-bed in-law apartment in the basement. It has its own kitchen, its own bathroom, and is perfect for muffling that song by Rebecca Black.

Dear Teenager with Un-Hip Parents,

Need a place to blast your favorite Rebecca Black song?

Okay, you get the idea.

The Apartment

The rambunctious-teenager setup is just one of the ways you can utilize this unique layout. The space used to be two separate apartments – a two-bed on the first floor and a one-bed basement apartment with its own entrance. Now, they’ve been combined to make for an ideal in-law setup.

The basement has been updated with new paint, new lighting, and refinished floors. It’s fully connected to the first-floor apartment by a stairwell off the living room, but you can make it its own unit by just closing the door to the stairs.

On the first floor, there are two spacious bedrooms, a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a dining room, and an eat-in kitchen with high-end appliances and cabinets. There’s a deck off the kitchen and two off-street parking spots in the driveway.

The Price


The Up-Front Costs

First and last month’s rent due at lease signing. $50 application fee per person (over the age of 18).

The Location

Thanks to the off-street parking and proximity to both the highway and the North Quincy T station, it works well for both drivers and walkers. It’s a half-mile walk to the T, right across the Neponset Bridge from 93, and just a mile drive to Marina Bay.

A Dunkin’ Donuts, Applebee’s, and Panera Bread are all within a quarter-mile. And it’s right around the corner from Hancock Street, which leads to Quincy Center and is well populated by supermarkets, convenient stores, and restaurants.

The Next Step

This is a Patriot exclusive, so call us today (617 436-6000) to arrange a showing. It’s available for a May 1st move and is currently occupied, so give us about 24 hours of advance notice so we can clear it with the tenants.

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Stunning Luxury Loft in Lower Mills: 25-Foot Ceiling, $2,472/month, First Month Free

Get ready to be amazed. Okay, so this week’s Deal isn’t exactly a bargain, but we just couldn’t resist showcasing it.

This chocolate-factory-turned-luxury-loft-building in Dorchester’s Lower Mills just completed construction of its new wing of apartments. And the ones we’ve seen are pretty stunning to behold. We must admit, the unit you’ll read about isn’t the most economically sound option ($2,472 for a one-bed), but bear with us as we have a little fun showing you one of the most intriguing rentals on the market.

The Apartment

When Patriot (the personified form) first saw this unit, we stood frozen in the living room for several moments. That’s because it’s just utterly huge. The ceiling is 25 feet high and there’s more than 700 square feet of space…in the living room alone. It’s more like a luxury banquet hall than a common area. A top-of-the-line kitchen and a full bathroom are down here, too.

Up the stairs – this is a loft, remember – is a giant, open master suite that overlooks the living function room. There’s a walk-in closet, a master bath with both a stand-up shower and a garden tub, and a separately controlled central air zone. As you stand up here and look over the balcony (especially, we imagine, while hosting a classy party), you can’t help but feel kingly.

For those who haven’t been keeping track, here are the final stats: one bedroom, two baths, 1,484 square feet, and endless possibilities for classy parties.

The Price

$2,472/month with your first month free.

The Up-Front Costs

One month’s rent and a security deposit that’s based on your credit score (but is typically less than another month’s rent).

The Location

It’s hard to get much cooler than this: these apartments are carved out of one of America’s oldest chocolate mills. Protected as an historic landmark, the property’s developers were only allowed to renovate the building if they adhered to strict aesthetic guidelines and preserved its original beauty. The result was a seamless blend of 18th-century charm and contemporary luxury.

Such is the theme of Lower Mills, a neighborhood at the southern-most tip of Dorchester that borders Milton. It’s been revitalized in recent years by Boston investors who recognized that it could pass as hip, historic, and convenient all at once.

Within a quarter-mile, there’s a Red Line stop, a Shaw’s, a CVS, a Dunkin’ Donuts, and a handful of cafes, ice cream shops, and pizza parlors. The Ledge, a sleek bar/restaurant with a two-tiered back patio, just opened less than two years ago.

Walkscore: 86 out of 100 – “Very Walkable”

The Next Step

Call Patriot (617 436-6000) to schedule a private tour or to learn more about Lower Mills.

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Brand-Spanking-New Two-Bed in Neponset: Incredible Finishes, 1,400 Square Feet, $329,000

Go ‘head buyers, try to find something wrong with this condo. We dare you.

Buyer #1: I want my condo to be brand new, so I don’t have to worry about proverbial skeletons in the closet.

Patriot: The whole building is less than a year old, no one’s lived in this unit, and everything’s up to the latest codes. The inspection will be a cinch.

Buyer #2: I don’t have a lot of money to put down. Will I be able to get financing?

Patriot: It might be new, but four of the six units are already owner-occupied and there’s plenty of money in reserve.

Buyer #3: I’m Shaquille O’Neal and I’m enormous. Would I fit in here?

Patriot: Shaq, it’s got 1,400 square feet of interior living space and high ceilings. You could do Pilates in the living room with Kevin Garnett and Yao Ming. While the Pats’ offensive line watches TV.

The Condo

Yep, lots of space. In the front, there’s a master bedroom with a wide, double-door closet and an attached, full bathroom. The second bedroom is big enough for a king and it’s right next to the guest bath (also full). The hallway then widens slightly before opening into a massive space that can accommodate any kind of kitchen/dining/living room combo you can dream up.

All the finishes are high-end: GE Profile appliances in the kitchen, custom tiling in the bathrooms, ample recessed lighting, energy-saving windows. You name it.

There’s central air and hookups for a washer/dryer. Off the living room, sliding doors lead to a spacious deck. From there you can overlook a surprisingly spread-out and wooded residential backdrop that’s not so typical of Dorchester.

An off-street, assigned parking spot is deeded to the condo, as is a storage unit in the basement.

The Price


The Location

The property, as previously mentioned, consists of six units (two per floor). Four of the units got snatched up right after the development was completed. The building’s owner has held onto the remaining two condos until now, when they’re being unleashed on the open market. Because it was just finished last year, the building is in impeccable shape: new rubber roof, new siding, plumbing, electrical, etc. Pets are allowed and there’s lots of backyard space to walk them.

It’s right in the heart of Dorchester’s Neponset neighborhood and tucked on a side street a block away from O’Donnell Square. The street has experienced an extensive amount of rehab over the past couple of years, which has upped its drive-through appeal considerably. Previously unused lots have been transformed into professionally cared-for residential properties that are comfortably separated from one another. And because the buildings aren’t on top of each other, there’s plenty of space for residents to park and for new landscaping to flourish.

Neponset, spotted between the two Boulevards (Morrissey and Gallivan) and right over the bridge from Quincy, is surrounded by conveniences. A ramp to 93 is around the corner, a Stop & Shop is a six-minute walk away. Pope John Paul II Park, with its 65 acres of riverside greenery, is within a mile.

Walkscore: 74 out of 100 – “Very Walkable”

The Next Step

Patriot will be hosting an open house this Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.! Feel free to stop by then or, if you want a personal showing, have your broker call the listing agent, Pat McManus, at (617) 835-5059.

For more great deals, check us out at patriotregroup.com. If you’re in procrastinate-at-work mode, stop by our Facebook and Twitter profiles while you’re at it.

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Luxury One-Bed in Weymouth: Easy Backyard Access, Ideal for Dog-Owners, $1,345/month

For a dog-owner in need of some luxury, this week’s Deal is the best of both worlds.

This Weymouth one-bed, currently vacant and available for $1,345/month (dog rent included), has direct access to a seldom-used, extra-private backyard behind the building.

That means the human gets luxury – lots of space, full-size washer/dryer, fully applianced kitchen – and the canine gets convenience – a door off the living room that leads to a private patio and a common greenery.

Doggy business has never been so easy. And that makes everyone happy.

The Apartment

It’s everything you need in a luxury apartment: new finishes, a full kitchen that opens into the living room by way of a breakfast bar, plenty of closet space, lots of sunlight, a bedroom that will easily fit a California king, etc. Perhaps the best interior feature is the laundry. An updated, full-size, side-by-side washer/dryer sits off the kitchen in its own closet, which has tons of space and shelving for additional storage.

What’s unique about this unit, though, is its location. It’s garden-level, which is not typically preferred by apartment-seekers because it’s as low as you can get in the building. But that gives it two advantages. First, because it’s less-desired, the price is as low as you can get, too. And second, it gives the occupant direct access to the backyard, which is barely used and well-hidden by trees.

That kind of convenience is huge for a dog-owner. And rarely found in a luxury community.

The Price

The actual price is only $1,295/month if you don’t have a pet. But we figured we’d give you dog-owners out there the rate you’d actually be paying – $1,345 with the additional $50 pet rent. Since, you know, we’ve built this whole Deal around the you-own-a-dog premise.

The Up-Front Costs

Prorated first month’s rent (for example, move on the 15th, only owe half-a-month up-front), plus a $500 security deposit, $75 application fee, and a $50 key fee. Sounds like a lot, but all together it’s just first month’s rent plus $625. The security and key fees are both refundable when you move out. No broker fee.

The Community

Here’s something you won’t find everywhere: the clubhouse has an indoor basketball (half)court. As far as Patriot’s concerned, that’s unbelievable. For no extra cost, you can spend as much time practicing free throws as Ray Allen. It’s completely impossible for you to ever get as good as he is, but still.

The court complements the fully stocked, 24-hour fitness center, which has high ceilings and a TV and overlooks the resort-like pool and patio. The clubhouse can be rented for a small fee if you want to have a party or function. The grounds throughout are beautifully landscaped and residents can relax with a few drinks in the community’s gazebo.

The property occupies about 50 acres of land and its 304 apartments are spread throughout a number of three-story buildings, so the residents aren’t on top of one another. Parking, therefore, is free and easy outside and a garage can be rented for $150/month.

A BJ’s is less than half-a-mile away. A CVS is even closer. Routes 53 and 18 run adjacent to the property and a Route 3 exit is just a mile away, which makes this community’s location more driver-friendly than walker-friendly. But if you’re without wheels, an MBTA bus line stops right outside the entrance and will get you to the commuter rail in less than 10 minutes.

The Next Step

Vacant apartments here go quickly, so call Patriot (617 436-6000) ASAP if you’re looking to move soon. If you don’t need to move right away or are looking for more than just a one-bed, call us up to discuss this community’s other options (like its lofts, two-beds, and three-beds).

As always, you can find more great deals at patriotregroup.com. Or complete the Patriot Online Trifecta by checking us out on Facebook and Twitter.

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Waterside Luxury at Marina Bay: New Management, New Prices

Take a second to dream of summertime…

You’ll be wearing just one layer of clothes. All the snow will have melted away (hopefully). And you’ll be strolling on down to the Marina Bay boardwalk from your new, luxury apartment.

Well, that last part’s only true if you take advantage of this week’s Deal: New management just took over at this luxury community in Quincy’s Marina Bay and is in the process of spiffing up all its available units. And to start off with a bang, the leasing team is offering a premium one-bed for $1,575, a full $135/month less than the starting price listed on its website.

The Apartment

Let’s be honest, people rent here for the location. You can find luxury anywhere, but it doesn’t always come with panoramic water views. And it’s not always a five-minute walk from one of the most popular summer hangout spots in the area. This apartment does. And is.

But it certainly doesn’t lack in the luxury department. The washer/dryer is in-unit. The kitchen is fully applianced and has been updated with granite countertops. There’s central air, a walk-in closet, and a marble bathroom. And, yes, a private balcony with those incredible views you care so much about.

All ocean-facing apartments here were designed to maximize exposure to the waterfront, so the windows are large and plentiful. The living room in this unit has a corner bay that makes for one heck of a seascaped sitting area.

The Price


The Up-Front Costs

Just first month’s rent, a $500 security deposit, and a $50 application fee per person.

Pets are cool, but they gotta pay: there’s an additional $250 security deposit for a pet and a $75/month extra rent for a dog. So you’ll end up deciding one of three things: A) “I love my dog, I won’t think twice about the money;” B) “I love my dog, but he/she’s gonna have to get a job;” or C) “I love my dog, but I’ll love my dog even more if I can stash him/her at my parents’ house for free.”*

*Disclaimer: We at Patriot love dogs, so we’re in Category A. And we don’t ever recommend that your dog be “stashed.”

The Location

Marina Bay, which sits directly across Dorchester Bay from Boston, has gained notoriety in recent years for attracting some high-profile locals. The views – as we’ve mentioned several times already – are stunning, which makes the nightlife on the boardwalk all the more popular. You can have a drink at Captain Fishbones‘ outdoor bar, sit down for an Italian meal at the acclaimed Siros Restaurant, then dance your face off at the Waterclub.

This apartment’s community has its own fitness center, business center, and rentable clubroom. There’s plenty of free parking in the lot and you can reserve your own garage spot for $80/month. There’s also a free shuttle to the North Quincy T station.

The Next Step

Call Patriot today (617 436-6000) to schedule a private tour or to learn more about this property.

Or, for more great deals, you can always check us out online at patriotregroup.com. Or “chirp” us. Or “Book” us.

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Frigid Move-In Specials on a Huge, Corner Two-Bed with Free Garage Parking

Most people prefer not to move when it feels like Antarctica outside. Most people are wimps.

This week, we’re rewarding the brave ones. If you can stand the cold…if you laugh at all the unsavvy Warm Movers who are staying put…if you happen to be in the market for a luxury two-bed and can move in before February 1st, you’ll get a cool grand off your first month’s rent.

Or, if you just want to put a deposit down and move in later, you’ll get a cool half-grand off. (There’s a $500 penalty for being a wimp.)

The Apartment

The aforementioned move-in specials apply to all two-beds in this community. But the lowest price right now is actually on the community’s biggest (and best) two-bed floorplan.

Before we get to the interior, we need to mention the parking. This apartment, because it’s located in a building right next to the community’s parking garage, comes with a free, covered spot. If you can’t appreciate that at a time when we’re getting pummeled left and right by snowstorms, you probably need to get better at appreciating things.

The apartment itself is huge and it’s a corner unit. That means you get tons of space (1,220 square feet) and extra privacy. There are two closets – one for coats, one for the washer/dryer – in the wrap-around foyer, which is unique to this floorplan. One of the bedrooms is considered the master because it has an attached bathroom and a walk-in closet. The other bedroom, though, is slightly bigger and right next to the second bathroom. Both rooms are at either side of the apartment, so it’s perfect for roommates.

The fully applianced kitchen is U-shaped and overlooks the living room. Here’s where you get the most space – there’s a bay window bump-out and a designated dining area, which is another unique feature of this layout.

The Price

$1,752/month. The amenities fee is included, but the utilities are not.

The Up-Front Costs

Just a $750 security deposit and a $50 key fee. No broker or application fees.

As the special goes, if you can move in before February 1st, you’ll get $1,000 off your first full month. Or, if you put a deposit down within 48 hours of your tour, you’ll get $500 off.

The Community

This property takes pride in being one of the most pet-friendly communities in the area. There’s a dog park, plenty of grounds for walking, and several well-placed, plastic-bag kiosks for handling doggy business. If you don’t have a pet, though, and don’t want to be neighbors with one, they have a humans-only building as well.

The amenities are many: the clubhouse has a business center (internet, printer, fax), a function room (with flat screen), a billiards room (with flat screen), a bright and spacious fitness center, and a rentable conference room. Outside, there’s a tennis court and a pool, which is understandably closed until we can start to feel our extremities again.

Quincy Center is only a mile away – that’s a three-minute drive, a five-dollar cab ride, or a quick trip on the community’s free T shuttle, which runs during commuter hours and picks up right in front of the clubhouse.

The Next Step

Call Patriot (617 436-6000) to schedule a private tour. You can always find more great deals at patriotregroup.com.

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Twenty years ago, the Boston Redevelopment Authority knew that the city’s size and economy would be expanding rapidly by the turn of the century. In order to make room for new residents and businesses, the BRA and the City of Boston sought out a few high-potential locations that could be revamped into vibrant and desirable neighborhoods. First on their to-do list: Port Norfolk, Dorchester’s charming east peninsula.

Port Norfolk waterfrontSince then, “the Port” has become one of Boston’s most surprising real-estate gems. Commuters have fallen in love with its near-instant access to 93 and close proximity to the city. Separated from the noise and traffic of Neponset Circle and nestled next to Dorchester Bay, Port Norfolk offers tranquility that few (if any) other neighborhoods in the area can match. And as more waterfront attractions pop up, its residents can stroll along the bay and treat themselves to a downtown-quality meal and a unique view of both the city and the ocean.

The Port’s attractions

A new section of the Boston HarborWalk was built in Port Norfolk in 2006, right next to the award-winning Venezia Restaurant. Just last year, the one-of-a-kind Boston Winery went up. Tenean Beach was recently renovated by the state’s Back to the Beaches program and features freshly combed sand, a new playground, and both basketball and tennis courts.

A few steps away from Port Norfolk lies Pope John Paul II Park, a 65-acre piece of land that stretches along the Neponset River. A nearby Planet Fitness facility, which moved in a few years ago, prides itself on its friendly atmosphere and offers incredibly affordable membership fares.

Port Norfolk’s future

Still on the horizon is a project that – if approved – would create a 14-acre, neighborhood waterfront park.  The multi-million-dollar restoration would include a pine grove, a lookout, and a small boat dock.

As new attractions continue to move in, so do residential developers.  An increasing number of hopeful residents has stirred property owners to provide houses and apartments that match the area’s beauty and desirability.  If an interested renter knows where to look, he or she can take advantage of one of Boston’s lesser-known, real estate treasures.

Apartments in Port Norfolk
Patriot Real Estate Group

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