Sweet two bedroom 2nd floor condo in a historic triple-decker home. Hardwood floors, new bathroom, dish washer, garbage disposal, washer/dryer, two private proches (front and back), shared backyard/garden--with barbecue and picnic table
Quiet neighborhood and street, friendly and respectful neighbors
3 minute walk to "jamaica Pond and Park"--a part of Boston's celebrated "Emerald Necklace"!
A short walk to the city "mass transit system"--takes you to any part of Boston cheaply and quickly!
Near-by nature walk ways and bicycle paths laced with trees wildlife and streams.
Close proximity to world renown medical centers, universities, and cultural establishments.
Two streets away from Boston's "Avenue of the Arts" which houses Boston Symphony Orchestra's "Symphony Hall", Berkley School of Music, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Gardner Art Museum
I'm Howie. I was born in a coastal town near Boston called Nantasket--after an American Indian. I am 60 and still very active as a social worker in a community mental health center. My wife Rivka, who is an Israeli from Netanya is turning 60 in April. She is a full time Hebrew language teach at a Jewish Highschool, Gann Academy.
We have two grown children. Leeore, born in Israel at Hillel Yaffe is 31 and is studying for his PhD in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. He is currently residing in Berlin studying German. Our daughter, Nili, born at Liniardo Hospital, is 28 and a 5th grade teacher in Hopkinton, a suburb of Boston.
Upstairs to us is Abbe, a single parent with Sydney her 7 year old daughter. They are like family. Below is is Colleen, a nursing student and her husband Chris, a house painter and artist--all extremely helpful, friendly and warm people