34 Hackensack Rd

Chestnut Hill, MA, 02467

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1800 SQFT

Imagine coming home to an cozy and updated home nestled in a warm and inviting neighborhood in Chestnut Hill. Your dinner parties easily flow from the kitchen into the dining room and fireplaced living room, and game nights spill outdoors or downstairs into the family room. Warm summer evenings on your private patio make this the perfect place to host guests, complete with surround sound and wired for cable so you don’t miss any of the big games.  Don’t be fooled by the home’s quaint exterior, the entire inside of the home has been updated and finished, including a family room, laundry and gym downstairs and updated bathrooms throughout the home. Heat/AC were updated in 2016, and there is an abundance of storage in the attic. The property sits on the Boston and Brookline line, abutting Allendale Woods and conservation land. Allendale Farm, the Arboretum, and Jamaica Pond are all quite convenient, and the commute to downtown Boston is easy via car or local MBTA options.

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Chestnut Hill

Jamaica Plain sits at 4.4 square miles & is home to a significant portion of Boston's Emerald Necklace of parks. With access to several branches of the MBTA & numerous dining, shopping, and entertainment options - "JP" has become one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Boston. Here are a few of our favorites in the area:

•Canary Square - With a welcoming atmosphere and an inspired menu of delicious American fare and one of the best craft beer and cocktail lists in the area. The outdoor patio opens during the warmer months and is perfect for their weekend brunch.

•City Feed - A mix between an upscale grocery store and deli - the small footprint causes it to always seem bustling. With their great sandwiches and welcoming staff, you won't want to miss visiting either of their two JP locations.

•Jamaica Pond - The largest and deepest body of fresh water in Boston, "the Pond" is perfect for exercising, a picnic or playing fetch with the dog. Jamaica Pond is also home to the annual Lantern Parade, which takes place in October and is a tradition amongst local residents.

•Allendale Farm - 

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