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About this property
Zip in to the underground garage, your doorman greets you with packages, dry cleaning, and a friendly smile, groceries are delivered from Whole Foods, just in time to relax on the rooftop terrace with a cocktail in hand and steaks on the grill. Play the Baby Grand or curl up with your iPad in front of the fire in the gracious Penthouse community room. Church Park is what simple city living is all about. Our apartments mingle casual elegance with contemporary details. Gourmet kitchens with ceramic tile floors, granite counter tops, Gaggeneau, GE and Miele convection ovens and dishwashers, Sub Zero and GE refrigerators, Birchwood cabinets, and built-in pantries. Living areas with hardwood floors and crown molding, elegant baths, walk-in closets, private balconies and spectacular views make it home. Walker's Paradise, daily errands near Church Park Apartments do not require a car. Church Park Apartments is a Rider’s Paradise which means world-class public transportation. The nearest routes are the 170 bus, the 1 bus and the 39 bus. There are 39 nearby bus routes and 6 rail routes. Car sharing is available from Zipcar, RelayRides, Hertz On Demand and Enterprise CarShare. Our secure covered parking garage offers electronic vehicle charging stations, car detailing and a pet washing station. We are dog and cat friendly. Dogs must be under 60lbs and certain breeds are restricted.
Tree-filled, historic, and packed with educational opportunity, there's no other neighborhood quite like Fenway. The neighborhood may be most well-known for its titular attraction, Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. However, the area is also renowned for its sprawling greenspace. The name "Fenway" refers to the neighborhood’s lush parkway and tree-filled paths that wind lazily through the area, forming part of Frederick Law Olmsted’s “Emerald Necklace Plan” (a chain of parks throughout Boston). The Fenway opened in 1876, and its route includes the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum.