26 Marathon St #2, Arlington, MA 02474
26 Marathon St #2, Arlington, MA 02474
26 Marathon St #2, Arlington, MA 02474
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26 Marathon St #2
Arlington, MA 02474

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Description

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4 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Pet Policy: Dog Negotiable.
Laundry: In Unit.
Parking: 4-car parking included.
Broker Fee: Tenant Pays 1 Month's Rent.
Utilities: Tenant Pays Gas and Electric.
Level: 2nd and 3rd Floors.
Availability: September 1, 2022

Spacious apartment located in East Somerville and walkable to Alewife Red Line T Station. This is also close by to the Bike Path, Route 16, Route 2 and I-93. 5-Minte walk to Capitol Theater, 10-minute walk to Arlington Center and Bus routes on Mass ave, only steps away to Cambridge (porter Square and Harvard Squares.
Features Include: Hardwood flooring through out, large living room, formal dining room, large eat-in kitchen, 4 very large bedrooms, renovated bathroom, large shared yard and a private porch.

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Parking
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A/C
Heating only
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None
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Home Details for 26 Marathon St #2

Interior Features

Heating & Cooling
Heating: Forced AirCooling System: None
Interior Details
Types of Rooms: Walk In Closet, Dining Room, Family Room
Appliances & Utilities
DryerWasher
Levels, Entrance, & Accessibility
Floors: Hardwood

Property Information

Property Type / Style
Property Type: Apartment

Exterior Features

Parking & Garage
Parking: Off Street

Price Trends

For homes in 02474
$907,085
Typical home value
$555
Typical Home Value by sqft
Price trends provided by third party data sources.

Comparable Sales for 26 Marathon St #2

Address
Distance
Property Type
Sold Price
Sold Date
Bed
Bath
Sqft
4.26
Apartment
$599,988
06/18/21
3
2
1,700
1.83
Condo
$546,000
05/19/21
2
2
-
1.44
Condo
$2,300
06/14/21
2
1
800
0.61
Apartment
$2,400
01/17/22
2
1
1,139
4.52
Condo
$680,000
04/30/21
2
1
800
3.14
Apartment
$885,000
05/06/21
2
2
1,100
3.18
Apartment
$44,400
07/13/21
3
2
1,300
2.91
Condo
$550,000
08/17/21
2
2
1,274
3.26
Condo
$700,000
08/04/21
2
1
969
3.91
Apartment
$555,000
05/07/21
1
1
-
Home facts updated by county records

What Locals Say about Arlington

  • Trulia User
    "Summer music event has been very well organized every year. A lot of libraries and sing along events for kids. Not to mention tons of playgrounds, parks, trails that are easily accessible to residents."
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    "Excellent schools playgrounds close by. very walkable from most parts of town bike path runs through the town. Easy access to the T. Easy commute into Boston. Off major highways. Tons of restaurants from take out to dine in. Farmers market in the center During the warmer months. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Nice safe place to live. Good schools and transport network to the various middle and high schools. High school is about to be rebuilt. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Arlington center is lovely, historic, convenient and a perfect blend of suburb and city. Just too bad they blocked the red line from coming here. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I work from home because the commute is a bit of a pain. If I do go into our Back Bay office, it can take upwards of 25 minutes to drive to Alewife station and an addition 40-60 minutes to take the T to Boston."
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  • Trulia User
    "There really isn’t a better place in terms of density - not too dense but not completely auto-reliant. Mass transit and distribution of retail throughout neighborhoods could be better so we don’t have to use cars at all. "
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  • Trulia User
    "There are many dog owners frequently walking dogs. We are also a couple of blocks from the mystic river with a beautiful natural walk way that is very popular with dog walkers."
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    "Very easy. Live on an ultra quiet side street but it’s just minutes from Rte. 2 and 128, and 20 minutes from 93. "
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    "Public transport is not that great. Bus facility is ok. But the are is good for living. It shld be good if we get train facility from here"
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    "Arlington is a beautiful and quiet suburb that is super super close to a train station that’ll take you straight into Boston. You get that nice quiet suburb feel with easy access to the city"
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  • Trulia User
    "There are a lot of dog owners in the neighborhood. Although they usually own their house or apartment. Finding an apartment that allows dogs and is affordable is very difficult/almost impossible in all of Boston, and Arlington is no exception."
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  • Trulia User
    "Constant presence of dogs, with nearby parks. Numerous amenities for dogs in the area and generally welcomed inmost places"
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    "I have owned dogs in this neighborhood for the last 15 years and love the fact that there are parks to run off leash and many other dog owners. "
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    "Arlington is a really beautiful town that is huge and obnoxiously overpriced. Traffic from Arlington to Boston is ridiculous and in general the town is pretty boring."
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    "Very safe, lots of parks, schools, etc. Very family friendly. Low crime rate, very few bars/liquor stores. Overall it’s a veddy nice. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Bicycle to Woburn. Backroads most of the way. Traffic is not too bad. There can be some glass on the roads, so watch out for that. "
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  • Trulia User
    "We have community events, porchfest was the last one ... everybody gets along and the neighborhood is special "
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  • Trulia User
    "Better combination of quiet and convenience than any residential area in Cambridge: Spy pond, Robbins, the civic block, Arlington boys and girls club, the historic houses, Whole Foods and every type of restaurant "
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  • Trulia User
    "Nice place to live. Close to the city and country. Great for kids and adults alike. It’s very quiet here. If you can afford it I think you’ll like it."
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    "I have lived here for 14 years, with and without kids. Super family friendly neighborhood, nice walking distance to all the important things. Very safe and comfortable."
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    "Best possible place for dog owners and dog enthusiasts. Beautiful. And lots of great dogs to observe "
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  • Trulia User
    "Limited off leash hours and happy to ticket. Though there are plenty of dog owners, people are pretty anti dog in general in Arlington. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Great neighborhood! We love our neighbors who have become family! We are close to everything - easy commute into Boston with all the charm of the suburbs. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Porch fest and town day are eventful. A lot of vendors/musicians around. It’s pretty busy at those times but also very diverse climate. "
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  • Trulia User
    "2 minutes walk from a bus station. However, I drive to Cambridge. Without traffic is 30 minutes but with traffic it takes around 45 minutes. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Local shop events, 5ks for local charities, many hip shops and restaurants, the Capitol Theater makes for great date night. Arlington day and porch fest!"
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  • Trulia User
    "Arlington has easy access to the MBTA at convenient hours, esp during rush hour. It can very busy near Alewife and down through East Arlington to Route 2/Route 16. Plan ahead, as there are many public and private schools around, which contribute to pedestrian crossing and slower travel. Bike trail is incredibly helpful"
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  • Trulia User
    "Beer garden on the weekend and farmers market one day a week. There’s always something going on! There’s a community garden as well "
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  • Trulia User
    "There are a lot of sidewalks for walking dogs and there are also a lot of parks in Arlington and the surrounding towns. It is a friendly area as well. "
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    "Many dog In the neighborhood. They might like to sniff each other while walking on our well lit sidewalks "
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  • Trulia User
    "Arlington is packed and schools are becoming overcrowded, the town infrastructure is struggling to keep up with influx."
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  • Trulia User
    "People are friendly. There are lots of good restaurants. All the school area have a good level. You can bike safely in the bike trail until alewife station. The area is closed to pond, farm and park. "
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    "family friendly and the grocery store, playgrounds and restaurants are close. arlington is a safe place to be and i have never felt scared l"
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    "Safe and close to everything. Also I think the school system is very good. People are very friendly. "
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    "Easy access to downtown Boston, better public schools, and healthy food stores (groceries) as well as restaurants."
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    "Arlington, due to its location between Cambridge and Lexington, is often the spillover beneficiary of both of its more notable neighbors. Classic urban benefits (restaurant breadth, public transit) mingle with traditional suburban ones (public school quality, safety), creating a pretty unique environment. Housing prices are reflective. Akin to most of the Boston area, private transportation amenities and capacity are a bit 'last century' (or two). Parking rules are idiotic (allowed too close to driveways and intersections blocking sight lines, instigating the infamous 'bang a left'). Road conditions are often subpar and layout nonsensical due to the 'paved over cowpath' origins. The city (its too big to be a 'town') is becoming a bit more culturally mixed, though politics can be parochial. Continued assimilation by newcomers will create a truly heterogeneous, American city."
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Homes for Rent Near 26 Marathon St #2

Off Market Homes Near 26 Marathon St #2

26 Marathon St #2, Arlington, MA 02474 is a 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1,600 sqft apartment. This property is not currently available for sale.