2 Beds
2.5 Baths
1,500 SqFt
0.03 Acre Lot
1,500 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Condominium/co-op
Year Built 1890
Days on Website 9

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$859,900 – 770 E 4th St Unit 2, Boston, MA 02127

Street View

Courtesy of Bushari Group Real Estate, Eric Tam.


Expansive 2 Bedroom 2.5 Bath duplex in the heart of the Eastside. This stunning Victorian was renovated in 2010 and offers 1,500sqft of generous open living with over 10ft ceilings, great for entertaining. Front to back living, this home includes a handcrafted gas fireplace with many custom built-in’s, which opens to your dinning area. The chef’s kitchen has all stainless steel appliances, granite counter top with a spacious island built-in wine refrigerator and microwave and all designer cabinetry. A half bath and fitness room/office finishes the first level. As you enter the second level, your Master Bedroom has great natural light with a walk-in-closet and master bath. The large 2nd bedroom also has an in suite bath with extra storage. Private deck and patio, with in-unit washer/dryer and 1 deeded parking. Close to the beach and many amenities with 4 different bus routes.

Property Details and Features


  • City: Boston
  • State: Massachusetts
  • ZIP code: 02127
  • County: Suffolk
  • Area: South Boston
  • Beachfront


  • Price: $859,900
  • Listing ID: 72254652
  • Fee interval: Monthly


  • 2 bedrooms


  • 2 full bathrooms
  • 1 half bathroom
  • Master bathroom


  • 1890
  • 5 total rooms
  • 1,500 square feet
  • 2/3 Family


  • 0.03 acres


  • Ocean


  • Disclosures: Parking Space B Is Taxed Separately. Property Tax Reflects Exemption. Condo Fee’s Include Common Electric.


  • Natural Gas
  • Tank

Energy Saving

  • Insulated Windows
  • Storm Windows
  • Prog. Thermostat


  • Tax ID: 1414007
  • Tax year: 2017
  • Tax amount: 4577.56


  • Deeded


  • Deeded
  • Paved Driveway
  • 1 parking space


  • Basement

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