BROOKLINE - BROOKLINE VILLAGE - NO FEE
Price: $2,000 Available: Now.
3 BEDROOM - 1 BATH
APARTMENTMAN Sitting behind the counter at his new job at Starbucks, JOHNNY BORING (TM) sweeps the coffee grounds from underneath the rubber mats lining the Starbucks floors. How did this happen How did he go from being the 19 year old president of his own dot com start up, to sweeping coffee grounds How can it happen that one moment you're sipping double iced lattes in Seattle chatting stock option strategies with Bill Gates, and the next moment "Billy" won't even return your phone calls . (Maybe it was a little presumptuous to call him "Billy" but, heh, he seemed like such a pal.) Suddenly the reveries of his former financial superstardom are shattered by a voice from across the counter "Heh, I want a decaf double latte with low fat milk. and a non fat scone." (Is there really such a thing as a non fat scone ) Needing to escape from the shackles of his daily routine, JOHNNY BORING (TM) utters one of the many phrases that allows him to escape the absurdity of someone with a Ph.D. in molecular biology from MIT cleaning the rest rooms in Starbucks. The words come readily to his pursed lips "Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum, APARTMENTMAN (TM) here I come." (There are those of you out there who may not appreciate the poetic artistry of super hero transformation phrases. Granted W.B. Yeats will not feel threatened by the foregoing. However, as a former student with a D- grade in poetry, JOHNNY BORING (TM) struggled to determine what phrase would convey sufficient super hero gravitas, but was simple enough for him to remember it. Hence the clever little ditty.) In a flash JOHNNY BORING (TM) is transformed from from serf of the stars at Starbucks, into the hope of apartment seekers everywhere, APARTMENTMAN. (TM) (These momentary flights of fantasy do help to keep me somewhat sane so thank you for bearing with me.) Using his telescopic vision coupled with his x-ray vision APARTMENTMAN (TM) sees in the distance the apartment you have so patiently been waiting to hear about.. Here it is!! DIMENSIONS/ DESCRIPTION OF APARTMENT Huge three bedroom apartment totally renovated last year. One block from Beacon Street toward Brookline Village on/off of Harvard Street. Brownstone first floor apartment featuring old charm of Brookline. (Is that a real estate phrase or what!) You enter into what has been used as the living room. It is an odd shaped room so view it as a challenge to figure out how to configure your furniture in it. (It is long and narrow- measuring 9 x 15.) The bedrooms are large (2 of the bedrooms measure 16 x 12-featuring hardwood floors, 10 foot ceilings and walk in closets). The third bedroom is smaller (11.5 X 12) but still has beautiful hardwood floors and a large walk-in closet. The eat-in kitchen and breakfast nook are all new featuring new cabinets, dishwasher, and plenty of counter space. Aside from the closets in the bedrooms there are 2 large closets in the hallways for additional storage. Newly window which lets in the sun. The bathroom measures 5 ft x 7 ft and is to the left of the foyer. There is a large closet in the hallway to the right of the bathroom Hardwood floors throughout. Laundry in the basement. Steps from Trader Joes and the T. Call ASAP to see. Copyright (2004-2010 ) (James V Castelli) JV Castelli 617-739-0747 email@example.com www.apartmentman.net Cat OK -