– Roslindale, is a Boston neighborhood just 8 miles from downtown Boston, sandwiched in between Jamaica Plain and West Roxbury.

If urban living is your thing, yet you long for easy parking, less hassle and a real neighborhood feeling, Roslindale is THE place to be.

This condominium, located on the first level at 238 Poplar Street, across from city park, is just a short walk from Roslindale Village and all it has to offer.

Enjoys your coffee on the front porch, or on your large rear deck.

This home features gleaming hardwood floors throughout, plus newer windows, a new roof and a well managed owner association. A bonus includes private storage in the basement plus deeded off street parking in an extra large lot! Three bedrooms offer plenty of space for everyone, and the large dining area off the kitchen is perfect for entertaining or just sitting down to a meal with family and friends.

One of Boston’s best kept secrets, Roslindale Village is fast becoming the “it” place to live.

Within eyesight of Back Bay, Roslindale is a nice mix of what everyone loves about urban living, with many of the amenties people love about the suburbs.

The heart and soul of Roslindale Village is Adams Park, the home of many neighborhood events including the weekly and extraordinarily popular farmer’s market, featuring fresh produce and food from local merchants and farmers.

Hungry? No problem! Roslindale is filled with outdoor cafes, and restaurants offering casual and fine dining – truly a culinary destination. Or if shopping is your thing, there are plenty of locally owned boutiques, shops, a bookstore, coffee shops and even a full service locally owned grocery store. And bakeries! You’ll love the bakeries!

And of course, the crown jewel: The Arnold Arboretum, the oldest public arboretum in North America and one of Boston’s great treasures – right here in Roslindale. With hiking, biking and walking trails, over 400 lilac plants with almost 200 varieties, the Arboretum has something for everyone in all seasons.

No car? No worries. A Commuter Rail stop and buses to Forest Hills Orange Line have you covered.

And the big secret? Peter’s Hill in the Arboretum offers the best view of the Fourth of July Fireworks – without the crowds and traffic!

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