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29 Concord Avenue is an elevator building with just over 100 condominiums on eight floors built in 1965. Condos are accessed from walkways that overlook a dramatic central atrium that rises eight stories. Architect Hugh Stubbins, Jr. who used to live in Cambridge, also designed the iconic Citigroup center building in NYC. Terrific location and is steps to Harvard Law School and Harvard's Observatory Hill etc... Enjoy a pretty stroll down tree-lined streets to Mass Ave., Harvard Square or Huron Village, as you pass by gorgeous architecture. This 1 bedroom unit is well-designed and lives large for its 490 square feet. It has a balcony off the living room which faces Concord Ave and has lots of natural light. There is storage and coin-op laundry in the basement and a bike area at the back of the building. Perfect place to call home. Excellent management company, association and healthy reserves.

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Listed by Ann Sabbey, RE/MAX Destiny

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