Ready for occupancy, 23 Banks Street is a magnificent and stylish colonial – contemporary single family home located in the heart of Harvard. Its open floor plan concept comfortably accommodates a family that seeks to live an environmentally friendly and modern lifestyle. This thoughtfully designed unit
features a gorgeous kitchen with custom built cabinets, Carrara marble counter tops and top of the line appliances. Additional amenities include hardwood floors, high efficient HVAC multi-zone system, two off street parking spaces and a finished lower level with a full bathroom.
***The information contained herein has been obtained through sources deemed reliable but cannot be guaranteed as to its accuracy, and nothing contained herein is, or shall be relied upon as a promise or a representation. The features described herein are subject to change without notice. Please note that if you wish to include any additional items not listed herein, you must submit a formal request in the offer***
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Cambridge is a unique community with a mix of ethnic, cultural, demographic and social diversity. Named for its similarly-endowed college city in Cambridge, England, this 6.5 square mile area is home to world famous Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and nearly one fourth of its roughly 100,000 residents are students. Widely regarded as the best university in the country, Harvard University has dominated higher education and draws students from all over the world. In the center of Harvard is Harvard Square, an outdoor mall of sorts where street musicians, punk rockers, tourists, college professors and wealthy preppies come to shop, eat and spend time. Not far, Central Square is the City of Cambridge unofficial downtown and contains the city City Hall. Both intellectual vitality and technological innovation are abundant in Cambridge as it is the home to several biotech companies, especially in the Kendall Square area. Cambridge is a great place to live, work and visit.
This scholastic city combines working-class perseverance with high-class entertainment and university class schedules. From the quiet residential streets in its western edge to the hip squares and happening courtyards along its numerous college campuses, this constantly evolving area will continue to attract thinkers, dreamers, families, and professionals for semesters to come.
Cambridge is served by Interstate 90 to Exit 18, or Interstate 93 to Exit 27, “Storrow Drive” to Monsignor O’Brien Highway (Rt. 28) . Route 2 comes into Cambridge from Interstate 95 to the northwest. The Red Line stops from Kendall/MIT station to Alewife station (except Davis Square, in Somerville) are in Cambridge. Commuter rail: The Fitchburg line has a stop in Porter Square. This line serves the northwest suburbs and ends in Boston’s North Station where you can connect to other northbound commuter rail lines.
Fernanda, is a renowned interior designer, founder, store-owner and creator of a unique minimalist decoration style and furnishings for the home. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina where she succeeded in the design field, she moved to the US and established simplemente blanco where she exhibits and sells her own line of furnishings and designs.
She became a realtor to combine the interior design expertise with real estate to offer her clients a one-stop shop for their real estate and design needs. Fernanda’s work includes advising and assisting builders, constructors and renovators early on in their projects to provide a high level of style to the finished construction or renovation.
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