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48 Maverick

48 Maverick, E. Boston, 02128, MA

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48 Maverick Description
Newly renovated 2-bed! Close to T. Laundry in-unit! NO BROKER FEE! - Available FEBRUARY 15th!

Newly renovated two bedroom apartment conveniently located close to the train (Maverick Station), grocery shopping, and restaurants! You will be the first tenant! This apartment will have stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and hardwood floors. Laundry in-unit.

First and last month's rent plus full security required. Good Credit required. Cats OK, dogs not OK. Parking available in adjacent lot for $175 per month.

TEXT Ben at (617) 379-1424 x43 for showings.

No Dogs Allowed

(RLNE4575723)
Floor Plans
48 Maverick is a 3-unit apartment complex featuring 2 Bed floorplans.
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2 bed / 1 bath 550.0 sqft $2,098
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2 bed / 1 bath 575.0 sqft $2,148
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* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
48 Maverick Amenities
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Cat Friendly
Dogs Not Allowed
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Indiana, Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital
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Great restaurants and neighborhood
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Harvard
Peach Farm (Chinatown)
Best late-night food in boston is found at the Peach Farm. Get there at 1:45am (or earlier) to get in, or else you'll be in line forever. Don't necessarily recommend living in chinatown, but it's fun to visit if you're out in beacon hill or back bay somewhere.
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Stanford, Swarthmore
Boylston/Hereford Highrise
Great access to the Green Line and the Prudential Center, and a short walk to the South End. A bit touristy though, so you might have to walk an extra couple blogs to find the better restaurants or avoid holiday crowds.
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Duke, The Boston Consulting Group
Wonderful neighborhood!
I lived on Clarendon just south of Columbus and it was my favorite neighborhood in Boston. It's quiet with very little traffic and adorable brownstones, while at the same time still close to a lot of fun spots, including the Tremont restaurant and bar scene and the Boston Common.
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UChicago, Bain & Company
Enjoyed proximity to so many different areas of Boston / Cambridge
We really enjoyed being able to walk everywhere on weekends, from the South End to the North End, Harvard Square, Back Bay and everywhere in between. The lack of local grocery stores made a car pretty important, however, we really loved the mix of people in our neighborhood and the ability to walk everywhere!
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Harvard, Bain & Company, Acumen Fund, HSBC, Stanford
Back Bay Apartments
Close to shopping (Shaws or Prudential), some offices nearby, and walking distance/short drive to South End restaurants
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Harvard, Bridgespan Group
Charming neighborhood
Very quaint and charming neighborhood, easy walking distance to downtown and Back Bay, and easy to hop on the T to Cambridge. Apartments tend to be older, and not a ton of nightlife, but some great restaurants
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Harvard
The South End is an awesome place to live esp for young people. So many great restaurants (esp for brunch) and it's easy to walk anywhere in the Back Bay
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Harvard
Church Park apartments are nice / higher-end apartments in boston. Big complex with access to a large roof deck area. Popular for finance analysts an dsuch
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Harvard
Lived here. Great location - easy to walk to anywhere in the back bay. Also easy to get to Cambridge. Loved Cafe 47 and Marlborough Market
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