Dorchester, MA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Dorchester

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8br Other
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Eight large rooms on two levels with 2 bathrooms, well equipped with nice bedding, dresser, mirror, desk, and executive chairs in a quiet neighborhood minutes from downtown Boston, MIT, Harvard, Mass General Hospital and many other key city locations. Just 10 minute walk from two Subway Stations on MBTA Red Line.
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4br Other
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Large home with 6 bedrooms in the city near bus and subway routes red line will get you to the downtown area/connecting trains in 15 minutes and Cambridge in about 25 minutes. There are two libraries close by and several banking locations. Also eateries are within reasonable distance.
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Airport Shuttle
Sawyer on Jones Hill Savin Hill - Umass Boston - Minutes from South End The Sawyer is what most travelers wish to find and rarely do. While easy street parking is readily available, this location is walking distance to the subway for a direct line into downtown and the historic district of Boston. This unit is a hotel-style furnished corporate condo with many extras. From the huge plasma TV in the living room, to the stunning kitchen, you will find quality at every turn. Extraordinary quality & high-end design is on full display in the chef's kitchen (huge marble island / Bertazzoni 5-burner stove / Gaggenau hood / FisherPaykel Fridge / Bosch dishwasher). Even if the chef is on holiday too, there is bar seating for three on the huge marble. Perfect for casual dinners or a fun place for the kids to have their pizza! The dining room has a gas fireplace and a sunny bay window with seating. Each bedroom has its own luxurious full bath, and there is a half bath in the common area as well! The large front porch with seating will welcome you home and fenced back yard is a great place for the kids. There is a gorgeous washer/dryer setup right in the condo... you just won't be able to believe it even when you see it. Walk down to restaurants, pubs, pizza, drugstore, ice cream shop(!) and the subway. Located just 9 blocks to the Red Line of the subway and two quick stops to the historic district, this unit is very convenient to all areas of the city and beyond. The Sawyer combines characteristic turn-of-the-century Boston area architecture with best-of-class modern day amenities and comfort. Wideplank Maple floors are complimented by thick, plush area rugs; designer furnishings create an elegant coziness throughout; and many luxuries of life are at your disposal. Fully furnished, completely outfitted, thoroughly accessorized and much, much more! Transportation to and from a Swank Properties unit is very convenient and easy. Whether using public transportation or a car, all of our units are selected based on their ease of access to public transportation and interstate highways. All of our units are located within walking distance to the Boston T (subway) system. Parking: This property offers non-metered on street parking near the residence. Our properties are fully furnished, providing our guests with all the conveniences of home during their visit to Boston. Our kitchens are fully equipped with a full set of appliances including a full size refrigerator, dishwasher, range with oven, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. Swank Properties also provides cooking utensils, silverware, cookware, glasses and more. All units include bed linens, bath towels, face towels, washcloths, pillows, toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, and dishwasher soap. Each unit features premium satellite or cable television and free wireless broadband Internet access. Swank Properties invites you to download our free Swank Properties App for laptops and smartphones by searching “Swank Properties” in the Apple Store or Android Marketplace. From the App you have access to a wealth of information about the area, our properties, and much more. Swank Properties answers your booking inquires around the clock. Shall you have questions about our properties, reservation and booking process or general inquiries about the Boston area, feel free to contact a member of our talented team. We take pride in our efforts to provide our guests with the best value accommodations in Boston, while maintaining a price that is affordable and delivering a level of service that is above the rest. "Like Us" on Facebook for more information on local and upcoming events, as well as points of interest.    
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4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Airport Shuttle
The Grand View on Jones Hill Savin Hill - Umass Boston - Minutes from South End This wonderful house has been redone with a sophisticated quality renovation. It is located on Jones Hill in the Savin Hill neighborhood of Dorchester, walkable to Savin Hill and the Red Line of the subway. Jones Hill is one of our fine Dorchester Victorian subway neighborhoods where you will find grand houses and interesting neighbors. With this unit, you will have a fabulous city and outer harbor view. This wonderfully renovated Victorian has large rooms for entertaining with wonderful architectural detail and many custom built-ins for an organized life and stay. This unit even provides a laundry room on the bedroom level and a butler's pantry in the kitchen. To add to the ease, this unit provides off-street parking for two cars! Transportation to and from a Swank Properties unit is very convenient and easy. Whether using public transportation or a car, all of our units are selected based on their ease of access to public transportation and interstate highways. All of our units are located within walking distance to the Boston T (subway) system. Parking: This unit provides 2 off street parking spaces. There is also free on street, non-metered parking near the residence. Our properties are fully furnished, providing our guests with all the conveniences of home during their visit to Boston. Our kitchens are fully equipped with a full set of appliances including a full size refrigerator, dishwasher, range with oven, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. Swank Properties also provides cooking utensils, silverware, cookware, glasses and more. All units include bed linens, bath towels, face towels, washcloths, pillows, toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, and dishwasher soap. Each unit features premium satellite or cable television and free wireless broadband Internet access. Swank Properties invites you to download our free Swank Properties App for laptops and smartphones by searching “Swank Properties” in the Apple Store or Android Marketplace. From the App you have access to a wealth of information about the area, our properties, and much more. Swank Properties answers your booking inquires around the clock. Shall you have questions about our properties, reservation and booking process or general inquiries about the Boston area, feel free to contact a member of our talented team. We take pride in our efforts to provide our guests with the best value accommodations in Boston, while maintaining a price that is affordable and delivering a level of service that is above the rest. "Like Us" on Facebook for more information on local and upcoming events, as well as points of interest.    
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The SpaceBig, beautiful Victorian house on three floors, there are three two more rooms on airbnb. You will meet other guests in the house. There are two houses attached to each other on the same ground. Two houses are connected with open balcony. On the back there is a patio with a picnic table for common use Interior: beautiful hardwood floors, warm and welcoming colors . Equipped kitchen. Room A: has queen size bed, comfy, big room, open double sleep futon. Accommodates 4. Good place for young students, affordable to travel Guest AccessDinning room, kitchen, open balcony on the front and the back of the house, patio Interaction with Guestse-mail, phone, text, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), Viber, in person when I'm at home, if I'm not available then the house manager will be helpful. His info will be provided After reservation you will have this information The NeighborhoodMixed population, safe, convenient location, interesting history, beautiful Victorian homes in Wesley park, Melville st. Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over 6 square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated from Dorchester, England in 1630. It's not a wealthy area, has pockets with beautiful Victorian houses, like Melville st., Wesley Park. This is a Beautiful Victorian house, built on 1848. And the addition, attached Townhouse was built on 1900’s Getting AroundImportant information please fallow strictly: Have this directions handy Landmark: RadioShack on the corner of Park st and Dorchester Ave. and Buddhist Center with Yellow arch across the house From the airport: Taxi (cost around $35-40) FREE ride on public transportation from the airport, if you take Silver line and change to T-red line in South Station (look outbound train Ashmont destination) get out on Field’s corner stop. Get on Dorchester Ave when you exit on your left side. When you are on Dorchester Ave., turn to your right and walk. At the second small traffic light left corner you will see the RadioShack store. That’s Park st, turn to your left, walk you will see bright orange color building. Just across the yellow arch is smoky blue house 120 (Buddhist Center) (4-5 min walk) From South Station: follow the same directions above starting from the South Station. Taxi may be around $20. H. Now there is UBER (online private taxi, which is more reasonable price, if you have the apps your for UBER, you can use is, cheap, safe and no tip From the house to the T-red line: Turn to your left when you leave the house, right on Dorchester Ave. You will see the iron bridge above Dorchester Ave. On left is the station: Fields Corner (all trains go to Boston, Cambridge) Other Things to NoteVery convenient, affordable and save location to the city center, Cambridge, Harvard Square, MIT, ocean, South Shore Restaurants, shops, are around the corner and open late. The ocean is end of the street and Castle Island 5 min to drive. JFK library and museum, UMASS Boston is 1 mile away Free, unlimited on street parking. Airbnb helps to discover real Boston neighborhoods where you would not be otherwise as a tourist. Dorchester is a historical area.
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The SpacePrivate space in modern townhouse, queen-size bed. Sunny, comfortable, convenient. Lots of storage space, plenty of room to spread out. Extra office space with single bed available for third, at an additional charge. Young working couple with lovable, friendly dog and two cats. Cozy balcony space perfect for morning coffee or nightcap. Private full bath, fully stocked. Full access to shared kitchen w/ dishwasher. Washer/Dryer. Off street parking. We work Monday-Friday, and we are out pretty early, but we can get you the keys no matter when you're arriving. Generally around on the weekends, hanging out and running errands. When we're available, we're happy to sit and share stories or a good meal, provide recommendations for things to see/do around Boston, and help out with whatever we can. Or, if you prefer your own space, that's fine, too! We are very convenient to Downtown, and our neighborhood offers plenty of its own charm, as well. Close to Franklin Park, which features a public golf course and a popular zoo! Very diverse neighborhood with lots of ethnic dining options, plus typical American pub food. Easy access to multiple public transportation options. Commuter rail, steps from our front door, runs approximately hourly, and takes 12 minutes to South Station. Bus stop around the corner, Red Line subway station 15 min walk. 20 minutes to downtown, 15 minutes to airport by car(traffic dependent), 45 mins by transit. Guest AccessPrivate full bath, fully stocked. Full access to shared kitchen w/ dishwasher. Washer/Dryer. Off street parking. Interaction with GuestsWe work Monday-Friday, and we are out pretty early, but we can get you the keys no matter when you're arriving. Generally around on the weekends, hanging out and running errands. When we're available, we're happy to sit and share stories or a good meal, provide recommendations for things to see/do around Boston, and help out with whatever we can. Or, if you prefer your own space, that's fine, too! The NeighborhoodWe are very convenient to Downtown, and our neighborhood offers plenty of its own charm, as well. Close to Franklin Park, which features a public golf course and a popular zoo! Very diverse neighborhood with lots of ethnic dining options, plus typical American pub food. Getting AroundEasy access to multiple public transportation options. Commuter rail, steps from our front door, runs 7 days a week, 12 minutes to South Station. Bus stop around the corner offers multiple routes, Red Line subway station 15 min walk. 20 minutes to downtown, 15 minutes to airport by car(traffic dependent), 45 mins by transit.
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The SpaceThe bedroom has a full-sized bed with large drawers underneath, a mini-fridge to store your food & drinks, a wooden desk & chair, clothing rack, and a tree-top view. When relaxing on the porch surrounded by trees, you won't feel like you are in the middle of the city, but the location is convenient to shops, restaurants, universities, hospitals, the highway & the beach. We keep our spacious, sun-lit condo very clean, and do not wear shoes inside the unit. Guest AccessBack bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, dining room/den, living room, porch. Interaction with GuestsWe are friendly & social, but we also work from home on occasion. We are happy to tell you about the city and offer suggestions. For those staying long-term, we enjoy living with people who are independent and busy with their lives but have time for an occasional chat, or to go out for dinner if our schedules permit. The NeighborhoodThere are some great restaurants here! Tavolo & Ashmont Grill are right around the corner and are delicious! Flat Black Coffee & Dunkin Donuts are also by Ashmont Station. On Fridays in the summer we have a nice Farmer's Market with local fruit, veggies, eggs & meat. We are a 15 minute walk to Lower Mills, where there are more restaurant & cafe options. There are tons of great Vietnamese restaurants closer to Fields Corner, Caribbean cuisine near Codman Square, and a few yummy breakfast spots too. There are two public libraries, a CVS and a YMCA within walking distance. There are a couple small grocery stores and several corner stores with staples and produce Getting AroundIt's a short MBTA ride to the beach, JFK Library, and two Star Markets (Lower Mills or near JFK Station), and there is quick, easy access to Downtown & Cambridge. We are also very close to I-93 and Route 3. There is plenty of parking available with a resident sticker during the day, but 6pm - 8am no sticker is needed. Other Things to NotePlease send an inquiry and wait to hear back before sending a reservation request. I usually respond quickly, but if my schedule is busy it might take a bit longer.
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The SpaceFireplaces, the Freedom Trail and Frog Pond – Oh My! Fully furnished guest rooms and common spaces with utilities and breakfast included, you can’t beat this 5-star B&B for your short-term or extended stay. Enjoy the best of Boston at my lovely, Victorian B&B. This 1860's Painted Lady has 3 private bedrooms in a three story residence (see Comfort in Historic Melville Park 1, 2 & 3), gracious parlor, dining room and large kitchen. This B&B is ideal for international tourists, graduate students, visiting professors and professionals on short or long-term assignments. Close proximity to the city center. Three minute walk to the Red Line T station which transports you to the J.F.K. Library, UMass Boston, Harvard, MIT and Mass General Hospital without the need to transfer on transit lines, the Boston Convention Center, countless college campuses, Copley Square, Downtown Boston shopping and cultural sites. Practically door-to-door subway service to and from Logan Airport and South Station (Amtrak). Free on-street parking. Restaurants, pubs, groceries, banks, post office and laundry are nearby. Great jogging area, close proximity to the harbor, the beach and two golf courses. Close to Routes 90W -Mass Pike, 93 & 95. Short-term or long-term stays. B&B services and amenities include: Professionally Laundered Sheets & Towels, Premium Brand Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash, Shaving Cream, Lotion and Hair Dryers. All guest rooms have ample space for additional companion accommodations on air mattresses, bring your own or nominal - $20 flat rate fee for air mattress provided by host. Additional Amenities & Details -Free, fast, reliable wireless internet -Free, on-street parking -Use of refrigerator and preparation equipment available for extended stay guests. -Relax and enjoy parlor and dining rooms, both with fireplaces B&B is owned by a former hospitality executive who knows gracious accommodations, comfort and service. Self-service continental breakfast available daily. Please contact me before booking. Complete an Airbnb profile with photo and verifications. Drivers license / state (URL HIDDEN) passport must be presented upon arrival.
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The SpaceFireplaces, the Freedom Trail and Frog Pond – Oh My! Fully furnished guest rooms and common spaces with utilities and breakfast included, you can’t beat this 5-star B&B for your short-term or extended stay. Enjoy the best of Boston at my lovely, Victorian B&B. This 1860's Painted Lady has 3 private bedrooms in a three story residence (see Comfort in Historic Melville Park 1, 2 & 3), gracious parlor, dining room and large kitchen. This B&B is ideal for international tourists, graduate students, visiting professors and professionals on short or long-term assignments. Close proximity to the city center. Three minute walk to the Red Line T station which transports you to the J.F.K. Library, UMass Boston, Harvard, MIT and Mass General Hospital without the need to transfer on transit lines, the Boston Convention Center, countless college campuses, Copley Square, Downtown Boston shopping and cultural sites. Practically door-to-door subway service to and from Logan Airport and South Station (Amtrak). Free on-street parking. Restaurants, pubs, groceries, banks, post office and laundry are nearby. Great jogging area, close proximity to the harbor, the beach and two golf courses. Close to Routes 90W -Mass Pike, 93 & 95. Short-term or long-term stays. B&B services and amenities include: Professionally Laundered Sheets & Towels, Premium Brand Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash, Shaving Cream, Lotion and Hair Dryers. All guest rooms have ample space for additional companion accommodations on air mattresses, bring your own or nominal - $20 flat rate fee for air mattress provided by host. Additional Amenities & Details -Free, fast, reliable wireless internet -Free, on-street parking -Use of refrigerator and preparation equipment available for extended stay guests. -Relax and enjoy parlor and dining rooms, both with fireplaces B&B is owned by a former hospitality executive who knows gracious accommodations, comfort and service. Self-service continental breakfast available daily. Please contact me before booking. Complete an Airbnb profile with photo and verifications. Drivers license / state (URL HIDDEN) passport must be presented upon arrival.
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The SpaceBig, beautiful Victorian house on three floors, there are three two more rooms on airbnb. You will meet other guests in the house. There are two houses attached to each other on the same ground. Two houses are connected with open balcony. On the back there is a patio with a picnic table for common use Interior: beautiful hardwood floors, warm and welcoming colors . Equipped kitchen. Room B: has king size bed, comfy, good size room, extra mattrass for third person available Guest AccessDinning room, kitchen, open balcony on the front and the back of the house, patio Interaction with Guestse-mail, phone, text, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), Viber, in person when I'm at home, if I'm not available then the house manager will be helpful. His info will be provided After reservation you will have this information The NeighborhoodMixed population, safe, convenient location, interesting history, beautiful Victorian homes in Wesley park, Melville st. Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over 6 square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated from Dorchester, England in 1630. It's not a wealthy area, has pockets with beautiful Victorian houses, like Melville st., Wesley Park. This is a Beautiful Victorian house, built on 1848. And the addition, attached Townhouse was built on 1900’s Getting AroundImportant information please fallow strictly: Have this directions handy Landmark: RadioShack on the corner of Park st and Dorchester Ave. and Buddhist Center with Yellow arch across the house From the airport: Taxi (cost around $35-40) FREE ride on public transportation from the airport, if you take Silver line and change to T-red line in South Station (look outbound train Ashmont destination) get out on Field’s corner stop. Get on Dorchester Ave when you exit on your left side. When you are on Dorchester Ave., turn to your right and walk. At the second small traffic light left corner you will see the RadioShack store. That’s Park st, turn to your left, walk you will see bright orange color building. Just across the yellow arch is smoky blue house 120 (Buddhist Center) (4-5 min walk) From South Station: follow the same directions above starting from the South Station. Taxi may be around $20. H. Now there is UBER (online private taxi, which is more reasonable price, if you have the apps your for UBER, you can use is, cheap, safe and no tip From the house to the T-red line: Turn to your left when you leave the house, right on Dorchester Ave. You will see the iron bridge above Dorchester Ave. On left is the station: Fields Corner (all trains go to Boston, Cambridge) Other Things to NoteVery convenient, affordable and save location to the city center, Cambridge, Harvard Square, MIT, ocean, South Shore Restaurants, shops, are around the corner and open late. The ocean is end of the street and Castle Island 5 min to drive. JFK library and museum, UMASS Boston is 1 mile away Free, unlimited on street parking. Airbnb helps to discover real Boston neighborhoods where you would not be otherwise as a tourist. Dorchester is a historical area.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTwo houses attached on the same ground (Duplex). Beautiful, simple and comfortable place for gatherings of friends and/or families. It is on two floors: on the first floor dinning/living/kitchen area, half bathroom. On the second floor two bedrooms and full bathroom. Very sunny, cozy place. There is AC in one bedroom and on the first floor. Guest AccessDinning/Living area, kitchen, two bedrooms, 1,5 bathrooms, coin operated laundry in the basement. Detergent is provided Digital lock on the main door Interaction with Guestse-mail, phone, text, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), Viber, in person when I'm at home, if I'm not available then the house manager will be helpful. His info will be provided After reservation you will have this information The NeighborhoodMixed population, safe, convenient location, interesting history, beautiful Victorian homes in Wesley park, Melville st. Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over 6 square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated from Dorchester, England in 1630. It's not a wealthy area, has pockets with beautiful Victorian houses, like Melville st., Wesley Park. This is a Beautiful Victorian house, built on 1848. And the addition, attached Townhouse was built on 1900’s Getting AroundImportant information please fallow strictly: Have this directions handy Landmark: RadioShack on the corner of Park st and Dorchester Ave. and Buddhist Center with Yellow arch across the house From the airport: Taxi (cost around $35-40) FREE ride on public transportation from the airport, if you take Silver line and change to T-red line in South Station (look outbound train Ashmont destination) get out on Field’s corner stop. Get on Dorchester Ave when you exit on your left side. When you are on Dorchester Ave., turn to your right and walk. At the second small traffic light left corner you will see the RadioShack store. That’s Park st, turn to your left, walk you will see bright orange color building. Just across the yellow arch is smoky blue house 120 (Buddhist Center) (4-5 min walk) From South Station: follow the same directions above starting from the South Station. Taxi may be around $20. H. Now there is UBER (online private taxi, which is more reasonable price, if you have the apps your for UBER, you can use is, cheap, safe and no tip From the house to the T-red line: Turn to your left when you leave the house, right on Dorchester Ave. You will see the iron bridge above Dorchester Ave. On left is the station: Fields Corner (all trains go to Boston, Cambridge) Other Things to NoteVery convenient, affordable and save location to the city center, Cambridge, Harvard Square, MIT, ocean, South Shore Restaurants, shops, are around the corner and open late. The ocean is end of the street and Castle Island 5 min to drive. JFK library and museum, UMASS Boston is 1 mile away Free, unlimited on street parking. Airbnb helps to discover real Boston neighborhoods where you would not be otherwise as a tourist. Dorchester is a historical area.
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The SpaceOcean views from most windows, ocean breezes, high ceilings and wood floors, crown mouldings, carved fireplaces, and custom Victorian decor distinguish this charming home. People have compared it to the Weazely's house in Harry Potter--something fascinating around every corner, with books, games, and artwork left behind by the world travellers, artists, engineers and medical people who have lived here. The house combines the homey comfort of a vintage farm house (it was a wedding present from the farmer who owned the hill to his daughter, in 1880, and still has the farmhouse-style kitchen) with the elegance of art nouveau-style decor in the bedrooms and shared areas--paintings, elegant carved fireplaces, colored glass and bay windows, and more. It was built at a time when architects wanted to celebrate local resources such as fine-grained varieties of wood, abundant light, and flexible uses of space and whimsical exterior color. There are inspiring views of the harbor islands and the city skyline and of huge leafy trees; large balconies to relax on with Breughel-like views of historic houses marching down to the bay; you can watch sailboats floating on the harbor in the distance or see the city lights blinking on at night, or just watch the blue jays and cardinals play nearby in the giant trees. The bedroom has great ocean view in study alcove, and light from early morning to late afternoon due to big windows in three directions. Guest AccessRooms are fully furnished; shared kitchen fully equipped; rent includes WIFI, utilities, laundry facilities, easy onstreet parking. Bathrooms and common areas are shared. There are two full bathrooms and one half bathroom. Breakfast isn't provided but kitchen facilities are available. Off-street parking is an extra fee, but there is plenty of on-street parking available for free. Interaction with GuestsI live in the house; if I am not travelling, I am available for advice about getting around Boston and about restaurants and shopping nearby. I speak Italian and French, and understand Spanish. The NeighborhoodJones Hill is a quiet, safe residential neighborhood with a rich history and many examples of classic New England architecture. There is a mix of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)'s mansions and triple deckers from the 1920s. It borders South Boston and is within walking distance of two beaches as well as some nice biking paths; the historic Kennedy Library museum is nearby. We are at the top of the hill, so you can see the ocean from the yard, and we get ocean breezes all summer. My house was built in 1880 for the daughter of the farmer that owned the hill, and though the neighborhood is part of Boston, it still has a suburban feeling, with giant trees and plenty of yards. In past decades it has become home to immigrants as well as old New England families; about half the arrivals were from Ireland, but also some from Italy, Eastern Europe, Vietnam, the Carribean and Cape Verde. In winter we help eachother with shoveling snow; people stay a long time, as it is a pleasant place to live. Getting AroundClose to shops and good restaurants, only eight minutes walk to Red Line subway. Walk or bike to several beaches and bike trails (we can rent you some bikes!), or take a quick subway ride to see the historic Boston center or visit the cultural and academic areas of Boston. We are a quick subway ride on the Red Line to the financial district, MGH, Boston Common and the Freedom Trail, MIT, UMass Boston, the Kennedy Library, South Boston, Lesley, Harvard, and more; or take a ten minute bus ride to the BU medical center and medical school. Several restaurants within walking distance with "best of Boston" write-ups, also grocery stores, ice cream shop, and breakfast cafe on the way to the subway station. Fifteen minutes from Santander Bank headquarters and the Italian consulate. Other Things to NoteWe have extra guitars and other acoustic instruments; also games and fun books, some in Italian, French or Spanish, to relax with after a long day (including Asterix!). We have books about Boston, maps, dictionaries in five languages, and other helpful aids for getting around Boston!
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The SpaceOcean views from most windows, ocean breezes, high ceilings and wood floors, crown mouldings, carved fireplaces, and custom Victorian decor distinguish this charming home. People have compared it to the Weazely's house in Harry Potter--something fascinating around every corner, with books, games, and artwork left behind by the world travellers, artists, engineers and medical people who have lived here. The house combines the homey comfort of a vintage farm house (it was a wedding present from the farmer who owned the hill to his daughter, in 1880, and still has the farmhouse-style kitchen) with the elegance of art nouveau-style decor in the bedrooms and shared areas--paintings, elegant carved fireplaces, colored glass and bay windows, and more. It was built at a time when architects wanted to celebrate local resources such as fine-grained varieties of wood, abundant light, and flexible uses of space and whimsical exterior color. There are inspiring views of the harbor islands and the city skyline and of huge leafy trees; large balconies to relax on with Breughel-like views of historic houses marching down to the bay; you can watch sailboats floating on the harbor in the distance or see the city lights blinking on at night, or just watch the blue jays and cardinals play nearby in the giant trees. Guest AccessRooms are fully furnished; shared kitchen fully equipped; rent includes WIFI, utilities, laundry facilities, easy onstreet parking. Bathrooms and common areas are shared. There are two full bathrooms and one half bathroom. Breakfast isn't provided but kitchen facilities are available. Off-street parking is an extra fee, but there is plenty of on-street parking available for free. Interaction with GuestsI live in the house; if I am not travelling, I am available for advice about getting around Boston and about restaurants and shopping nearby. I speak Italian and French, and understand Spanish. The NeighborhoodJones Hill is a quiet, safe residential neighborhood with a rich history and many examples of classic New England architecture. There is a mix of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)'s mansions and triple deckers from the 1920s. It borders South Boston and is within walking distance of two beaches as well as some nice biking paths; the historic Kennedy Library museum is nearby. We are at the top of the hill, so you can see the ocean from the yard, and we get ocean breezes all summer. My house was built in 1880 for the daughter of the farmer that owned the hill, and though the neighborhood is part of Boston, it still has a suburban feeling, with giant trees and plenty of yards. In past decades it has become home to immigrants as well as old New England families; about half the arrivals were from Ireland, but also some from Italy, Eastern Europe, Vietnam, the Carribean and Cape Verde. In winter we help eachother with shoveling snow; people stay a long time, as it is a pleasant place to live. Getting AroundClose to shops and good restaurants, only eight minutes walk to Red Line subway. Walk or bike to several beaches and bike trails (we can rent you some bikes!), or take a quick subway ride to see the historic Boston center or visit the cultural and academic areas of Boston. We are a quick subway ride on the Red Line to the financial district, MGH, Boston Common and the Freedom Trail, MIT, UMass Boston, the Kennedy Library, South Boston, Lesley, Harvard, and more; or take a ten minute bus ride to the BU medical center and medical school. Several restaurants within walking distance with "best of Boston" write-ups, also grocery stores, ice cream shop, and breakfast cafe on the way to the subway station. Fifteen minutes from Santander Bank headquarters and the Italian consulate. Other Things to Note We have extra guitars and other acoustic instruments; also games and fun books, some in Italian, French or Spanish, to relax with after a long day (including Asterix!). We have books about Boston, maps, dictionaries in five languages, and other helpful aids for getting around Boston!
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The SpaceYou enter via a new deck with table and chairs and a gas grille; the deck is shady, and overlooks the back garden and hillside. Nice decor inside--light blue carpeting, comfortable convertible sleeper sofa, fun oval cherrywood table, super-comfortable memory foam bed, Japanese framed prints and Italian lithographs on walls. Surprisingly spacious for two. You can open up the bedroom and sitting room to eachother via folding doors, or keep them separate. Both tables and desk space available, so you can both check your email at the same time! Guest AccessApartment rent includes heat, hot water, cable, WIFI and laundry facilities,plus fully equipped galley kitchen, completely furnished living room, bedroom with study alcove, plenty of closet space, sheets and towels and blankets, memory foam double bed, etc.On-street parking plentiful and unrestricted, off-street parking available for additional fee. Separate entrance and kitchen windows face hillside and big leafy trees. Interaction with GuestsYou have this space to yourself; but, I live in the upstairs part of the house, so am usually handy if you need anything or have a question. I speak Italian and French, and understand Spanish; I can provide books on Boston and advice on touring the area. My housekeeper is also available for questions. The NeighborhoodJones Hill is a quiet, safe residential neighborhood with a rich history and many examples of classic New England architecture. There is a mix of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)'s mansions and triple deckers from the 1920s. It borders South Boston and is within walking distance of two beaches as well as some nice biking paths; the historic Kennedy Library museum is nearby. We are at the top of the hill, so you can see the ocean from the yard, and we get ocean breezes all summer. My house was built in 1880 for the daughter of the farmer that owned the hill, and though the neighborhood is part of Boston, it still has a suburban feeling, with giant trees and plenty of yards. In past decades it has become home to immigrants as well as old New England families; about half the arrivals were from Ireland, but also some from Italy, Eastern Europe, Vietnam, the Carribean and Cape Verde. In winter we help eachother with shoveling snow; people stay a long time, as it is a pleasant place to live. Getting AroundWe are only 8 minutes walk to Savin Hill Station on the reliable and safe Red Line. From there it is only a few stops to historic center of Boston and the Freedom Trail and museums. Great location for researchers/medical people as it is only 15 minutes' subway ride to MGH and a ten-minute bus ride to BU medical center/dental school on the very frequent #8 bus. Financial district also a very short subway ride away; easy subway ride to all the Red Line universities such as Harvard, Lesley, MIT. (note: we are not near the Longwood medical area, just the MGH and BU medical areas). Bikes are also usually available for an additional fee and deposit. Other Things to NoteThe apartment is on the ground floor; the kitchen and sitting room are entirely above ground, the bedroom partially below ground level. This makes the apartment deliciously cool in summer, as if it were air conditioned, even on the hottest days; it has a guest-controlled thermostat for winter days.
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The Space Ocean views from most windows, ocean breezes, high ceilings and wood floors, crown mouldings, carved fireplaces, and custom Victorian decor distinguish this charming home. People have compared it to the Weazely's house in Harry Potter--something fascinating around every corner, with books, games, and artwork left behind by the world travellers, artists, engineers and medical people who have lived here. The house combines the homey comfort of a vintage farm house (it was a wedding present from the farmer who owned the hill to his daughter, in 1880, and still has the farmhouse-style kitchen) with the elegance of art nouveau-style decor in the bedrooms and shared areas--paintings, elegant carved fireplaces, colored glass and bay windows, and more. It was built at a time when architects wanted to celebrate local resources such as fine-grained varieties of wood, abundant light, and flexible uses of space and whimsical exterior color. There are inspiring views of the harbor islands and the city skyline and of huge leafy trees; large balconies to relax on with Breughel-like views of historic houses marching down to the bay; you can watch sailboats floating on the harbor in the distance or see the city lights blinking on at night, or just watch the blue jays and cardinals play nearby in the giant trees. Guest AccessRooms are fully furnished; shared kitchen fully equipped; rent includes WIFI, utilities, laundry facilities, easy onstreet parking. Bathrooms and common areas are shared. There are two full bathrooms and one half bathroom. Breakfast isn't provided but kitchen facilities are available. Off-street parking is an extra fee, but there is plenty of on-street parking available for free. This particular bedroom has a private balcony with bay view, accessed through a large window; there is another shared balcony just off of the dining room. Interaction with GuestsI live in the house; if I am not travelling, I am available for advice about getting around Boston and about restaurants and shopping nearby. I speak Italian and French, and understand Spanish. The NeighborhoodJones Hill is a quiet, safe residential neighborhood with a rich history and many examples of classic New England architecture. There is a mix of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)'s mansions and triple deckers from the 1920s. It borders South Boston and is within walking distance of two beaches as well as some nice biking paths; the historic Kennedy Library museum is nearby. We are at the top of the hill, so you can see the ocean from the yard, and we get ocean breezes all summer. My house was built in 1880 for the daughter of the farmer that owned the hill, and though the neighborhood is part of Boston, it still has a suburban feeling, with giant trees and plenty of yards. In past decades it has become home to immigrants as well as old New England families; about half the arrivals were from Ireland, but also some from Italy, Eastern Europe, Vietnam, the Carribean and Cape Verde. In winter we help eachother with shoveling snow; people stay a long time, as it is a pleasant place to live. Getting AroundClose to shops and good restaurants, only eight minutes walk to Red Line subway. Walk or bike to several beaches and bike trails (we can rent you some bikes!), or take a quick subway ride to see the historic Boston center or visit the cultural and academic areas of Boston. We are a quick subway ride on the Red Line to the financial district, MGH, Boston Common and the Freedom Trail, MIT, UMass Boston, the Kennedy Library, South Boston, Lesley, Harvard, and more; or take a ten minute bus ride to the BU medical center and medical school. Several restaurants within walking distance with "best of Boston" write-ups, also grocery stores, ice cream shop, and breakfast cafe on the way to the subway station. Fifteen minutes from Santander Bank headquarters and the Italian consulate. Other Things to NoteWe have extra guitars and other acoustic instruments; also games and fun books, some in Italian, French or Spanish, to relax with after a long day (including Asterix!). We have books about Boston, maps, dictionaries in five languages, and other helpful aids for getting around Boston!
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The SpaceEnjoy your stay in Boston with us! We have 3 private, clean, and furnished bedrooms available in a traditional triple decker family home in Dorchester. Built in 1910, this budget-friendly space offers a lovely dining room, shared bathroom and cozy kitchen. Please note this is a non-smoking residence. *If this room is booked, please check our other two listings. Our "Purple Room" features -Twin-size bed -Desk, chair and reading lamp -5-shelf dresser and closet -Hardwood floors Amenities: -Free Wifi -Fresh towels and linens -Light self-serve breakfast -Free street parking -Refrigerator and kitchen -Within walking distance of Coin Op Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Convenience stores, Barbershop (one minute), Bus and Commuter rail, Franklin Park Golf Course and jogging trails (five minutes), Stop n Shop Supermarket (fifteen minutes). Proximity to Common Locations via Public Transportation: -South Station/Financial District - 25min -Ruggles Station/Northeastern - 30min -Downtown Boston - 30min -Boston Medical Center - 35min -Brigham and Women’s Hospital/ Children’s Hospital/ Beth Israel Deaconess/ Dana Farber - 45min -Harvard University/ MIT/ Boston University (main campus)/ Mass General Hospital/ Hult International Business School/ Museum of Science - 60min When booking, have a completed profile with photo and provide your purpose of visit. I do require at least 48 hours advance notice to properly prepare for your visit so you can have the best experience possible. Also please note that check-in is between 5pm and 11pm. I may be able to accommodate an earlier check-in on weekends but it is highly unlikely during the weekdays. Late check-ins after 11pm will be accommodated for a $10 fee, payable upon arrival. A driver’s license / state I.D. or passport must be presented upon arrival. Guest AccessFull access to kitchen (just clean up thoroughly after you're done) Interaction with GuestsI live on the property so I am available to address any issues with your stay and help you navigate the city. The NeighborhoodDorchester is a historic neighborhood of over six square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It has a very diverse mix of cultures and many unique dining establishments covering a wide variety of ethnic foods. Guests should be comfortable among residents of different backgrounds. Getting AroundBus lines and commuter rail 5 minutes away. Free street parking. Use Franklin Park Zoo if estimating distances via public transportation. Other Things to NoteThis is a student/intern-friendly place ideal for those looking for quiet time at night. Also, you will likely have fellow guests from different countries, even continents. Feel free to interact and learn from each other!
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The SpacePlease use keyword orchid to see other rooms available . Prices from $35 to $55 per night . Other Things to NotePlease filter key word orchid to see other rooms available at different prices
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The SpaceFireplaces, the Freedom Trail and Frog Pond – Oh My! Fully furnished guest rooms and common spaces with utilities and breakfast included, you can’t beat this 5-star B&B for your short-term or extended stay. Enjoy the best of Boston at my lovely, Victorian B&B. This 1860's Painted Lady has 3 private bedrooms in a three story residence (see Comfort in Historic Melville Park 1, 2 & 3), gracious parlor, dining room and large kitchen. This B&B is ideal for international tourists, graduate students, visiting professors and professionals on short or long-term assignments. Close proximity to the city center. Three minute walk to the Red Line T station which transports you to the J.F.K. Library, UMass Boston, Harvard, MIT and Mass General Hospital without the need to transfer on transit lines, the Boston Convention Center, countless college campuses, Copley Square, Downtown Boston shopping and cultural sites. Practically door-to-door subway service to and from Logan Airport and South Station (Amtrak). Free on-street parking. Restaurants, pubs, groceries, banks, post office and laundry are nearby. Great jogging area, close proximity to the harbor, the beach and two golf courses. Close to Routes 90W -Mass Pike, 93 & 95. Short-term or long-term stays. B&B services and amenities include: Professionally Laundered Sheets & Towels, Premium Brand Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash, Shaving Cream, Lotion and Hair Dryers. All guest rooms have ample space for additional companion accommodations on air mattresses, bring your own or nominal - $20 flat rate fee for air mattress provided by host. Additional Amenities & Details -Free, fast, reliable wireless internet -Free, on-street parking -Use of refrigerator and preparation equipment available for extended stay guests. -Relax and enjoy parlor and dining rooms, both with fireplaces B&B is owned by a former hospitality executive who knows gracious accommodations, comfort and service. Self-service continental breakfast available daily. Please contact me before booking. Complete an Airbnb profile with photo and verifications. Drivers license / state (URL HIDDEN) passport must be presented upon arrival.
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The SpaceLocation! Location! Location! Everything is new in the apartment: new queen bed with memory mattress, new sofa in the living room, and washer/dryer in basement. Coffee, tea are provided. Free wireless. Share the living room, kitchen and bathroom. Comfortable and pleasant room for a single or a couple. Guest AccessEnter the apartment with your own keys. Interaction with GuestsMy school is very close to the location. I will meet you quickly if you need any help. The Neighborhood It is a very quiet and safe neighborhood. You will see many young professionals and students here. Close to Dorchester Ave, where you can find many restaurants. Getting AroundThe free school shuttle takes you to JFK Library and Museum in 5 minutes. Walk to a beach in 15 minutes. Other Things to NoteFor people (one person) who will stay in this apartment for over two months, the monthly rent is $950.00. You can apply for a parking permit from Boston City Hall with your airbnb contract.
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The SpaceSavin Hill - Kennedy Library - Minutes from South End The Sawyer is what most travelers wish to find and rarely do. While easy street parking is readily available, this location is walking distance to the subway for a direct line into downtown and the historic district of Boston. This unit is a hotel-style furnished corporate condo with many extras. From the huge plazma TV in the livingroom to the stunning kitchen, you will find quality at every turn. Extraordinary quality & high-end design is on full display in the chef's kitchen (huge marble island / Bertazzoni 5-burner stove / Gaggenau hood / FisherPaykel Fridge / Bosch dishwasher). Even if the chef is on holiday too, there is bar seating for three on the huge marble. Perfect for casual dinners or a fun place for the kids to have thier pizza! Diningroom has a gas fireplace and a sunny bay window with seating. Each bedroom has its own luxurious full bath, and there is a half bath as well! The large front porch with seating will welcome you home and fenced back yard is a great place for the kids. The gorgeous washer/dryer right in the condo... you just won't be able to believe it even when you see it. Walk down to restaurants, pubs, pizza, drugstore, ice cream shop(!) and the subway. Located just 9 blocks to the Red Line of the subway and two quick stops to the historic district, this unit is very convenient to all areas of the city and beyond. The Sawyer combines characteristic turn-of-the-century Boston area architecture with best-of-class modern day amenities and comfort. Wideplank Maple floors are complimented by thick, plush area rugs; designer furnishings create an elegant coziness throughout; and many luxuries of life are at your disposal. Fully furnished, completely outfitted, thoroughly accessorized, Huge Plazma HDTv entertainment system and much, much more! Transportation to and from a Swank Properties unit is very convenient and easy. Whether using public transportation or a car, all of our units are selected based on their ease of access to public transportation and interstate highways. All of our units are located within walking distance to the Boston T (subway) system. Parking: This property offers free, non-metered on street parking near the residence. Our properties are fully furnished, providing our guests with all the conveniences of home during their visit to Boston. Our kitchens are fully equipped with a full set of appliances including a full size refrigerator, dishwasher, range with oven, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. Each unit features premium satellite or cable television and free wireless broadband Internet access. Swank Properties invites you to download our free Swank Properties App for laptops and smartphones by searching “Swank Properties” in the Apple Store or Android Marketplace. From the App you have access to a wealth of information about the area, our properties, and much more. Swank Properties answers your booking inquires around the clock. Shall you have questions about our properties, reservation and booking process or general inquiries about the Boston area, feel free to contact a member of our talented team. We take pride in our efforts to provide our guests with the best value accommodations in Boston, while maintaining a price that is affordable and delivering a level of service that is above the rest. "Like Us" on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) for more information on local and upcoming events, as well as points of interest.
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The SpaceThis is a great, historic, single-family house in the Shawmut/Fields Corner area of Boston. It was built in 1885 and has hardwood floor throughout. There are 4 bedrooms in the house, on three floors. The first floor is all communal space. There is a full kitchen, formal dining room, living room, half-bath (with Laundry), and access to the backyard from the kitchen. The Second floor has an office/music library/TV room, Full bathroom, 2 Guest Rooms, and a private room where a wonderful couple of opera singers live. The third floor is the master suite, and will be off limits. The Backyard has a patio with a firepit, table, gas grill, outdoor chairs and a hammock to entertain, (or just bundle up, drink scotch and eat smores around the fire!) The house is on a quiet, one way street, and is protected by the security system, Vivint. The house has only electronic access (NO KEYS!) and is fully automated. (And also is protected by a "ferocious" beagle - Pictures available.) Guests will have access to anything on the first floor, backyard, and media room - Included but not limited to: -WIFI -Piano in Living Room -SONOS Music System -NESPRESSO Machine/Pods (Included) -SODASTREAM -Full Kitchen -Laundry in House -Movies -Music Scores/Books -Grill -Firepit -Dining Room (we love dinner parties!) We are 2 couples that live like a family, and like to be together to cook dinner, or play games. 3/4 of us are professional musicians in the Boston scene, and we all LOVE this house and area. Our interaction with you would be up to you! We'd be happy to leave you completely alone to use the house as your own, be available for questions/informstion, be tour guides (Josh loves this stuff), or anything inbetween. Between the four of us, we have lived in Cambridge, Somerville, Jamaica Plain, Brookline, and nothing has compared to the convenience, luxury, and beauty of where we are currently. For those that are not familiar with Boston, when they hear the word "Dorchester" they are immediately scared of it, for fear of decades old crime. While yes, there are parts of Dorchester that are less than pristine, Dorchester is Boston's largest neighborhood, and has absolutely nothing to do with the area of Dorchester that we live in. The neighborhood that we live in is all single-family homes, owned by a multi-ethnic population from Islanders, europeans, and midwesterners. We are all very considerate of everyone's privacy, but also a very tight community. While you are here, you will probably be talked to by the neighbors, and wished a wonderful evening, or asked about how you like our beautiful corner of the city. You'll be on a first name basis with many of them (Heather, Bob and Rosemary, Lee, Kent, and other wonderful people!) Enjoy a walk to Melville Park and see the oldest neighborhood in Boston, with its gaslights, and stunning victorian houses. Or a quick 15 minute walk to trendy Ashmont Square. Go eat dinner at Tavolo or Ashmont Grille (Who makes a GREAT Manhattan!) Or even shorter walk, go have a pint at the Blarney Stone (And the best selling Lamb Pita Pocket, right next to the Fields Corner T station.) We are happy to show you the great pubs in the area too, just ask and give us a reason :) But the best part of the neighborhood is the proximity to the MBTA. We are equidistant to the Shawmut and Fields Corner stations on the Ashmont line of the Red Line. The train comes every 12 minutes, and from the red line, you can get anywhere in the Boston area with only one transfer. Below are door to door timeframes: South Station (Buses/Commuter) - 8/10 Min Downtown Crossing (Orange Line) 10/11 Min Park Street (Green Line) - 12/14 min Harvard Square - 28/30 min Davis Square - 38-40 min MIT - 16/18 Min NEC (Via Orange line) - 40 Min BOCO (Via Green line) - 30 Min Red Line MBTA is a 5-10 minute walk, there are many bus routes nearby, and are very conveniently located near I-93. There is parking available on and off the street (considering weather) In short, getting around is VERY easy and convenient! We do have a puppy who is about as personable as any one that has ever existed, and a cat that is just as antisocial. It's likely that you will never see the cat, but if you have cat allergies, try as we might to keep the hair in line, it might be an issue. Guest AccessGuests will have access to anything on the first floor, backyard, and media room - Included but not limited to: -WIFI -Piano in Living Room -SONOS Music System -NESPRESSO Machine/Pods (Included) -SODASTREAM -Full Kitchen -Laundry in House -Movies -Music Scores/Books -Grill -Firepit -Dining Room (we love dinner parties!) Interaction with GuestsWe are 2 couples that live like a family, and like to be together to cook dinner, or play games. 3/4 of us are professional musicians in the Boston scene, and we all LOVE this house and area. Our interaction with you would be up to you! We'd be happy to leave you completely alone to use the house as your own, be available for questions/informstion, be tour guides (Josh loves this stuff), or anything inbetween. The NeighborhoodBetween the four of us, we have lived in Cambridge, Somerville, Jamaica Plain, Brookline, and nothing has compared to the convenience, luxury, and beauty of where we are currently. For those that are not familiar with Boston, when they hear the word "Dorchester" they are immediately scared of it, for fear of decades old crime. While yes, there are parts of Dorchester that are less than pristine, Dorchester is Boston's largest neighborhood, and has absolutely nothing to do with the area of Dorchester that we live in. The neighborhood that we live in is all single-family homes, owned by a multi-ethnic population from Islanders, europeans, and midwesterners. We are all very considerate of everyone's privacy, but also a very tight community. While you are here, you will probably be talked to by the neighbors, and wished a wonderful evening, or asked about how you like our beautiful corner of the city. You'll be on a first name basis with many of them (Heather, Bob and Rosemary, Lee, Kent, and other wonderful people!) Enjoy a walk to Melville Park and see the oldest neighborhood in Boston, with its gaslights, and stunning victorian houses. Or a quick 15 minute walk to trendy Ashmont Square. Go eat dinner at Tavolo or Ashmont Grille (Who makes a GREAT Manhattan!) Or even shorter walk, go have a pint at the Blarney Stone (And the best selling Lamb Pita Pocket, right next to the Fields Corner T station.) We are happy to show you the great pubs in the area too, just ask and give us a reason :) But the best part of the neighborhood is the proximity to the MBTA. We are equidistant to the Shawmut and Fields Corner stations on the Ashmont line of the Red Line. The train comes every 12 minutes, and from the red line, you can get anywhere in the Boston area with only one transfer. Below are door to door timeframes: South Station (Buses/Commuter) - 8/10 Min Downtown Crossing (Orange Line) 10/11 Min Park Street (Green Line) - 12/14 min Harvard Square - 28/30 min Davis Square - 38-40 min MIT - 16/18 Min NEC (Via Orange line) - 40 Min BOCO (Via Green line) - 30 Min Getting AroundRed Line MBTA is a 5-10 minute walk, there are many bus routes nearby, and are very conveniently located near I-93. There is parking available on and off the street (considering weather) In short, getting around is VERY easy and convenient! Other Things to NoteWe do have a puppy who is about as personable as any one that has ever existed, and a cat that is just as antisocial. It's likely that you will never see the cat, but if you have cat allergies, try as we might to keep the hair in line, it might be an issue.
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The SpaceLocation! Location! Location! Everything is new in the apartment: new queen bed with memory mattress, new sofa in the living room, and washer/dryer in basement. Coffee, tea and spring water are provided. Free wireless. Share the living room, kitchen and bathroom. Comfortable and pleasant room for a single or a couple. Enter the apartment with your own keys after meeting with the landlord. You can reach me with my cell phone at any time from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. It is a very quiet and safe neighborhood. You will see many young professionals and students here. Close to Dorchester Ave, where you can find many restaurants. The free school shuttle takes you to JFK Library and Museum in 5 minutes. Walk to a beach in 15 minutes. Please give me a brief introduction about yourself. Guest AccessYour own room and public areas such as kitchen, living room, pantry, deck, and basement. Interaction with GuestsFeel free to call my cell phone number at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) for any help. The NeighborhoodThere are many grocery stores and restaurants at Dorchester Ave. It is only two blocks away from 19 Newport Street. Cross JFK/UMass Station, you will see Star Market on your right. Take subway (one stop) toward Alewife Station toward Andrew Station Off Andrew Station and you will arrive in South Bay Center where you can find many big stories and restaurants. Cross JFK/UMass Station, you walk around 10 minutes and you will see a beautiful beach. Getting AroundTwo ways to my apartment from Logan Airport 1. Taxi (if you have a big luggage). It takes 20 minutes to arrive in my apartment without traffic. 2. Public transportation Take a Silver Line (bus) toward South Station at the airport Change to Red Line (subway) toward Braintree or Ashmont direction at South Station Off JFK/UMass Station and take Sydney Street gate at the station Turn left toward Crescent Ave. when you arrive at Sydney Street Second left is Newport Street, Dorchester 19 is in the middle of the street on the right side. Other Things to NotePlease give me a brief introduction about yourself.
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The SpaceSavin Hill - UMass Boston - Minutes from South End! This wonderful house has been redone with a sophisticated quality renovation. It is located on Jones Hill in the Savin Hill neighborhood of Dorchester, walkable to Savin Hill and the Red Line of the subway. Jones Hill is one of our fine Dorchester Victorian subway neighborhoods where you will find grand houses and interesting neighbors. With this unit, you will have a fabulous city and outer harbor view. This wonderfully renovated Victorian has large rooms for entertaining with wonderful architectural detail and many custom built-ins for an organized life and stay. This unit even provides a laundry room on the bedroom level and a butler's pantry in the kitchen. To add to the ease, this unit provides off-street parking for two cars! Transportation to and from a Swank Properties unit is very convenient and easy. Whether using public transportation or a car, all of our units are selected based on their ease of access to public transportation and interstate highways. All of our units are located within walking distance to the Boston T (subway) system. Parking: This unit provides 2 off street parking spaces. There is also free on street, non-metered parking near the residence. Our properties are fully furnished, providing our guests with all the conveniences of home during their visit to Boston. Our kitchens are fully equipped with a full set of appliances including a full size refrigerator, dishwasher, range with oven, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. Each unit features premium television and free wireless broadband Internet access. Swank Properties invites you to download our free Swank Properties App for laptops and smartphones by searching “Swank Properties” in the Apple Store or Android Marketplace. From the App you have access to a wealth of information about the area, our properties, and much more. Swank Properties answers your booking inquires around the clock. Shall you have questions about our properties, reservation and booking process or general inquiries about the Boston area, feel free to contact a member of our talented team. We take pride in our efforts to provide our guests with the best value accommodations in Boston, while maintaining a price that is affordable and delivering a level of service that is above the rest. "Like Us" on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) for more information on local and upcoming events, as well as points of interest.
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The SpaceWe offer full kitchen access: dishes, oven, cooking tools, microwave, toaster, coffee pot, fridge, and hot-water heater/kettle. Most people take advantage of all the good restaurants we have near us rather than cooking. We have 2 rooms available. 1 room sleeps 2 guests and the other will sleep up to 3 guests. Guest AccessFree Breakfast Comfortable Queen Bed with clean, soft sheets , Fresh Towels Free Wi-Fi Living Room with 60" TV screen, free snacks Fridge Space Air Conditioner Space Heater Desk, stationary On-Street Parking Coffee Maker washer and dryer. Interaction with GuestsWe are very a friendly older couple that are working professionals. We are outgoing and like to meet new people. We like to invite our guest to dine with us and to visit some of the restaurants that we visit. We also take day trips during the summer months and we will invite our guest. The summer is generally a time for lots of family cookouts too. The NeighborhoodDorchester is the largest and oldest residential neighborhood in Boston. Cultural melting pot. Historic Strand theatre within minutes of downtown Boston, Franklin park Zoo and beaches. University of Massachusetts. Close to: Downtown Boston - Historical tourist spots, shopping, restaurants, entertainment (20 minutes by Orange Line or red line) Franklin Park (zoo, gulf course, tennis, baseball field and more) is very close by. Newly built state of the art gym 5 minutes walk. Getting AroundMinutes from downtown Boston by subway. Other Things to Noteminimum stay 1 week. no smoking no pets
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The SpaceEnjoy your stay in Boston with us! We have 3 private, clean, and furnished bedrooms available in a traditional triple-decker family home in Dorchester. Built in 1910, this budget-friendly space offers a lovely dining room, shared bathroom and cozy kitchen. Please note this is a non-smoking residence. *If this room is booked for the dates you seek, check our two other listings featuring our other rooms in the apartment. This listing is for the "Blue Room", our biggest room which can comfortably fit two people, featuring: -2 twin-size beds -Dresser and closet -Desk, chair and reading lamp -Hardwood floors Amenities: -Free Wifi -Fresh towels and linens -Light self-serve breakfast -Free street parking -Refrigerator and kitchen -Within walking distance of Coin Op Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Convenience stores, Barbershop (one minute), Bus and Commuter rail, Franklin Park Golf Course and jogging trails (five minutes), Stop n Shop Supermarket (fifteen minutes). Proximity to Common Locations via Public Transportation: -South Station/Financial District - 25min -Ruggles Station/Northeastern - 30min -Downtown Boston - 30min -Boston Medical Center - 35min -Brigham and Women’s Hospital/ Children’s Hospital/ Beth Israel Deaconess/ Dana Farber - 45min -Harvard University/ MIT/ Boston University (main campus)/ Mass General Hospital/ Hult International Business School/ Museum of Science - 60min When booking, have a completed profile with photo and provide your purpose of visit. I do require at least 48 hours advance notice to properly prepare for your visit so you can have the best experience possible. Also please note that check-in is between 5pm and 11pm. I may be able to accommodate an earlier check-in on weekends but it is highly unlikely during the weekdays. Late check-ins after 11pm will be accommodated for a $10 fee, payable upon arrival. A driver’s license / state I.D. or passport must be presented upon arrival. Guest AccessFull access to kitchen (just clean up thoroughly after you're done) Interaction with GuestsI live on the property so I am available to address any issues with your stay and help you navigate the city. The NeighborhoodDorchester is a historic neighborhood of over six square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It has a very diverse mix of cultures and many unique dining establishments covering a wide variety of ethnic foods. Guests should be comfortable among residents of different backgrounds. Getting AroundBus lines and commuter rail 5 minutes away. Free street parking. Use Franklin Park Zoo if estimating distances via public transportation. Other Things to NoteThis is a student/intern-friendly place ideal for those looking for quiet time at night. Also, you will likely have fellow guests from different countries, even continents. Feel free to interact and learn from each other!
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Private room shared kitchen & bathroom with other international student/professional. Less than 3 mins to train, food,market shops across the street. 15 mins to downtown, 15 BECE, 20 min to MGH, 30 min to longwood hospital Beth Israel, Brigham woman
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The SpaceQuiet house on a residential street just 6 minutes walk from the subway. The house has a new bathroom, refinished hardwood floors, freshly painted walls, and modern stainless steel appliances. Large back yard and full length porch in the back is great for relaxing and squirrel watching. Bathroom is shared with a second AirBnB bedroom. Guest AccessYou have full access to the living room and kitchen, including fridge, stove, microwave and dishwasher. You are free to use the back porch and yard as well as the basement storage room if you need to. Internet is fast and reliable, available over WiFi or Ethernet throughout the house, including your bedroom. Interaction with GuestsI live in one of the bedrooms. I like to travel and always enjoy meeting fellow travelers. If I'm home I am happy to talk, give you advice or help you with your itinerary. If I'm away, I am always available by phone and have a local team that can help if you need anything at the house. There are 2 bedrooms listed here so you may also interact with another guest if the other room is booked. Getting AroundI can pick you up and drop you off the airport, train or bus station for $30 each way if I'm available. A cab ride from the airport costs about $45. Please let me know a few days before arrival if you would like personal pick up. Ashmont T station on the Red Line is a 5 minute walk from the house. If you're driving, we're close to I-93. Ample street parking. Coming from Logan Airport: Public transit from the airport to Ashmont station is free. Take the Silver Line bus to South Station. At South Station, take the Ashmont train Exit at the end of the line (Ashmont), which is 6 stops. As you exit the station, look for Dunkin Donuts across the street. Walk up the street beside it (Bailey Street). The house will be on your left near the top of the hill. If you need a taxi at any time, I can arrange one for you with a very reliable driver I have been working with for years. He is a licensed taxi driver and uses a city meter at the regular city rate. Other Things to NoteIn order to get preapproved, please have a profile picture and an official ID verification on file with Airbnb. The tap water is drinkable. The house is on a hilly road, offset from the road by steps and the apartment is on the 3rd floor. Please keep this in mind if you are uncomfortable carrying luggage up stairs, especially if you're walking from the subway station. If I'm home when you arrive, I will help you with your luggage. I support the environment. Here are some ways in which you will too by staying here: - Recycling - Composting - Recycled toilet paper - No antibacterial soaps - No toxic cleaners - Bedding and towels are air dried
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The SpaceThis lovely apartment is located on the top floor of the building. It is very quiet and a spacious living room. A 14min drive from Logan Airport. This Beautiful two bedroom apartment is located in the old neighborhood of Boston “Dorchester” (old historical, summer residential place for wealthiest in the past). Hardwood floors, brand new carpets in the bedrooms and colorful walls. Master bedroom can accommodate 2 people . The smaller bedroom can accommodate 2 people with an extra aero bed in the closet. Wireless internet access, cable T.V. The apartment is equipped with a full kitchen with all the necessary utensils to make a home cooked meal. However this apartment is centrally located minutes away from the finest dinning in Boston. Beds: 1 Queen Size Bed, and 2 Twin Size Individual beds Parking: is unlimited in front of the house. It’s very easy from Logan airport: the Andrew Station stop on the MBTA train stop on the Red Line. (free ride from logan...take the silver line bus to South Station on the Red line, switch to the train and get off at the Andrew stop...take the 16 bus, get off and its short walk to the apartment ) Safety: Apartment is located on the top floor of a very safe building. The room: rooms are both available, 2 bedrooms one bath, kitchen wit(URL HIDDEN) dining set and living room. Transportation: take the 15,16 or 17 bus down the street to the train or walk if you choose. T-red line takes you from the apartment to the direct center of the city (Park St Station), South Station, MIT, Harvard Sq.(from the airport you change Silver line to Red line. From South Station to New Convention Center) ~ The highway (93) and the Mass Pike (90) are a short drive away. Ocean, South Boston, Pleasure Bay is 5 min to drive: you can end your day on the beach swimming or walking on the nice walking path on the ocean in Castel Island (historical site) Amenities* - DIRECT TV (HBO,SHOWTIME) - Wireless Internet - Towels - Bedsheets, - Cooking ware, plates, cups - Queen size bed - Air Conditioning - Stove - Refrigerator -Plenty of street parking About a 5-10 min quick drive gets you to South Bay shopping center, where there is a Stop n Shop, large Asian grocery store, Target, Home Depot, Marshalls, Office Max, Best Buy and Old Navy. There are also neighborhood shops for more convenient, everyday shopping. Or by T-Andrew Station and shuttle bus from there to the shopping mall area. It save to walk at nights and eating places are open late just on the corner. **** Site Seeing in Boston***** 1. Prudential Tower 2. Christian Science Church 3. Copley Place/ Arts Square 4. New Old South Church 5. Arlington Street Church 6. Boston Common/ Public Gardens 7. Swan Boats 8. Beacon Hill 9. State House 10. Robert Gould Shaw Memorial 11. Mary Dyer 12. Old Scollay Square/ Government Center 13. Old West Church 14. West End 15. TD Garden 16. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge 17. Museum of Science 18. Charles River 19. Esplanade 20. Longfellow Bridge 21. Hatch Shell 22. Bunker Hill 23. U.S.S. Constitution 24. Old North Church/North End 25. Rose Kennedy Greenway/North End Parks 26. Holocaust Memorial 27. Faneuil Hall/ Quincy Market 28. Old State House 29. King's Chapel 30. Granary Burying Ground 31. Make Way for Ducklings 32. Cheers 33. Newbury Street 34. Trinity Church 35. Hancock Tower 36. Boston Public Library