The new Audubon Park condominium development was profiled in this weekend’s Boston Homes.
I mentioned this project, just a couple weeks ago. It’s just being completed, now, with the first closings imminent.
There are 53 units across the six-story building, with many sizes and layouts still available.
One thing I wanted to point out which I didn’t know before. The finishes and fixtures sound great.
From Boston Homes:
The flooring features wide-plank, carbonized bamboo, and the kitchen cabinets are built of rubberwood. Both bamboo and rubberwood are renewable.
[T]he Bosch appliances are all top-of-the-line, including glass-topped electric ranges, self-cleaning convection ovens, microwaves, and full-size, front-loaded stack washers-dryers. The Fisher-Paykl refrigerators have bottom freezers. Granite counters with matching 12-inch backsplash come in three colors – Baltic brown and Carioca gold, which have a polished finish, and Absolute black, which has a honed finish.
The white-painted bath features marble-topped vanities and ceramic-tiled floor in complimenting colors. For example, the Carrara marble vanity contrasts with Asian black floor tiles and light gray tub surrounds in the units with Absolute black granite in the kitchens. Botticino Classico marble, Egyptian beige floor tiles and almond wall tiles are in the baths of condos with Carioca gold granite in the kitchens – the most prevalent palette – while Rosa Aurora marble, Indian red floor tiles and blush surround tiles are in the homes with Baltic brown granite counters in the kitchen.
… A lot of thought was put into the design of the units and building, says the developer.
Something unique about this building is that heat and hot water is included in owners’ condo fees, and … there is only one central heating unit, so you don’t have a water heater in your unit. I haven’t seen that in new construction.
Source: Audubon Park boasts sleek design – By Marilyn Jackson, Boston Homes
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