South End $2995 - Rarely available sunny condominium quality two bedroom home extensively renovated
a well-configured living space with ample room for dining, hardwood floors throughout,
ornamental marble mantle fireplace, recently renovated
gourmet kitchen open to living room including cherry cabinets,
granite counters and high-end stainless steel appliances with gas cooking, recently renovated
sleek bathroom with glass shower, washer/dryer, custom crown moldings, built-ins and closets throughout, large windows with nice views and custom lighting...read more>>
Helpful Moving Info & Tips!
Move-In/Move-Out Guidelines: Essentially, the exiting/current tenant must vacate the property along with their belongings and leave the apartment "broom cleaned" by midnight the day their lease expires. The new tenant obtains access the morning your lease commences at 8:00am. I will contact you a few days prior to the occupancy date to arrange delivery of the keys!
You should schedule your move as soon as you feel
comfortable; although, it is very important
to note that moving companies are booked well
in advance. Most moving companies may want to view the property
prior to your price quote and may require direct access
to your new home. If the condominium association is located
adjacent to the street, you will need to contact the City
of Boston Parking Department for a parking permit during
the hours of your move. If you are hiring a moving company they should be able to obtain the moving permit for you. Try The PermitPuller to make your moving day easier! A nominal fee paid to The City
of Boston is required and must be obtained in advance
at City Hall. The telephone number is (617) 635-4410 or
visit their website: City of Boston where you can also review information
in regards to street cleaning, trash removal, recycling
and animal control etc. You should also check with your Condominium Association
(if applicable) to schedule the move and to reserve the
elevator...send me an email to research the contact info: Rich@RichHaen.com. You might also want to consider renter's insurance.