48 Cushing St #2, Waltham, MA 02453
48 Cushing St #2, Waltham, MA 02453
48 Cushing St #2, Waltham, MA 02453
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48 Cushing St #2
Waltham, MA 02453

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Pets
Cats allowed
Parking
None
Outdoor
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Listed
63 days ago

Description

January 1st or earlier/ Waltham/ Nice 4 Bedroom / 2nd/3rd Floor / Back Porch /Central Location to Moody St., Buses, Commuter Rail

ID: 28671716
Rent: 2,200 / Month
Beds: 4
Bath: 1
Available Date: January 1st or earlier
Broker Fee: One Month
Pet: Cat Ok

Great location to Moody Street featuring a 4 bedroom apartment on the 2nd and 3rd floors with a back porch.
New carpet flooring on the 2nd floor, full big eat in kitchen, full bath.
Apartment was completely painted, all rooms.
All brand new windows throughout the entire apartment.
2nd floor has the kitchen, living room with a front bay window and two bedrooms..
3rd floor has 2 bedrooms with a new full bath.
No laundry on site. Laundry matt close by. Easy street parking. Overnight parking permitted in Waltham, no permit required. Affordable efficient oil heat being on the upper floors with all new windows installed.
Close proximity to 128, Mass Pike, Route 2, convenient to restaurants, bars, short walk to super market, buses.

MOVE IN COSTS
Broker Fee: $2,200 / First Month: $2,200 / Security: $2,200

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Bob Conchiglia

January 1st or earlier/ Waltham/ Nice 4 Bedroom / 2nd/3rd Floor / Back Porch /Central Location to Moody St., Buses, Commuter Rail

Details for 48 Cushing St #2

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Property Type: Apartment

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Parking & Garage
Parking: None

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Available: Jan 1st

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Cats allowed

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    "Like that there are dog park nearby, lots of walking trails in the area. Wouldn’t like the loud, speeding cars at all hours of the day and night. "
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    "Very nice, salt of the earth community. Although cramped, the area is fun & worth every dollar. We enjoy being in this area with our new family. Dog friendly."
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    "I see people walking their dogs all the time and they are super nice and most of the time let you pet their dog. I think people here are friendly and learn to control their dogs and pick up after them so the place is always clean. "
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    "great people to live amongst, kids friendly, multi cultured, pleasant, non violent, lots of work opportunities, and good Colleges to attend.."
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    "Plenty of actually decent to good schools that I went to, also there is a lot of people from all over the world which I think it’s important for children to experience from a early age! "
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    "they do not pick up there trash some time when I'm walking in the park I see poop all over the plase"
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    "Waltham residents would like a dog park built. So majority of us don’t have to go to Watertown to bring our dogs. "
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    "People walk around with their dogs all the time, but most places do not allow them inside. There is a very nice dog park at Trapelo Rd and Waverley oaks Rd intersection."
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    "To drive myself during the rush hour commute can stink but it is better than many towns around here."
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    "It’s all good very diverse here in Waltham lots of different people — races but also different siocioeconomics "
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    "None. There are absolutely no community events and that has been the most disappointing experience since we moved here"
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    "Great location close proximity to everything, safe, well maintained, and a great area for families. "
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    "Not a lot of cars, lots of side roads to walk on. Seems like more and more families are getting doggy's!!! "
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    "typical of a suburb, except on rt 20 (main st) thats a bit too much of traffic, but often clears up after 9 am and after 8 pm and the noise is not that bad"
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    "Great central location - morning and evening commute can be anywhere from 25-45 minutes depending on traffic."
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    "Waltham Public Schools are great as well as Our Lady’s Academy for a private option. There’s lots of parks for kids as well as activities/groups hikes, sport teams (at least 2 swim teams, hockey, football, lacrosse, baseball, basketball, soccer and field hockey)"
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    "Commuting downtown is time consuming and sometimes frustrating. The 70 bus is reliable and will get you to central square, it just takes a while so plan ahead. Driving gets you around to more surrounding suburbs and downtown, but the traffic is usually pretty unpleasant. "
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    "Easy access to highways, 15 min to Boston. Walk to grocery and other stores. Two nice parks in walking distance and close to Brandeis University and other schools in walking distance. Nice friendly neighborhood. "
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    "There is a dog park and plenty of bags to clean up after them when walking around the complex. all of the dogs in the neighborhood are friendly"
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    "Family and pet friendly area. Close to stores, banks, parks. Nice quiet area. Close to downtown Waltham and easy commute to Boston. Also on bus line and commuter rail, to Boston, and green line "
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    "I work 2 miles away from my home. I can usually get to work in 15 minutes one way and always go home for lunch. Easy commute in my area. "
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    "I've lived there for an year.its a very paceful area to live. Car is needed for shopping and stuff. Overall a great residential area."
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    "Work and live in the Waltham area. There are some great places to eat on Moody street. There are quiet and upscale enclaves like Waltham Highlands, Bishop's Forest, and some other areas more up and coming. Overall, Waltham has put a lot into their infrastructure and beautification over the last 5-10 years including those maroon place marker signs, landscaping of parks, and permitting to developers that just built the Main Street Market place to the south of the highlands. Also, between Waltham and Weston a massive complex of restaurants (some say to rival Legacy Place in Dedham), stores, hotel, and condos is now being built. The first stage to be completed by the end of 2014. Community involvement is quieter, but present, with a couple of local community gardens, a nice library, and devoted first responders. It's a GREAT place if you commute anywhere North, South (via I-95/128), East or West (via I-90/MassPike). Get to NH in about 30-45 minutes, depending on Traffic, Newport, RI in about 45 minutes to 1 hr., Framingham in about 15-20 minutes, and to Boston/Cambridge in about 15-20 minutes!! Cannot beat the commute from here. Only issue is cost of living--home prices skyrocketed since we moved here with the average home price (for a SFH) going from 347k (2011) to 444k at its height (around April/May 2014). It's a great place to get into before Waltham prices match Boston or Cambridge's!!"
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    "I live here, my son grow up here ( from born to 8 years old) Our Family really enjoy the Park near by our house. We often go to the Park to the montain top exercise and see Boston Skyline. There is a bus #70 direct to go Cambridge. So sometimes in snow days, or only one car, we ride bus to work. There are also many good restraunts and supermarket near by."
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Local Legal Protections

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LGBT Legal Protections updated by Movement Advancement Project
48 Cushing St #2, Waltham, MA is a 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment. 48 Cushing St #2 was listed for rent for $2,200/month on Sep 30, 2021. This property is pet friendly.