2 Acres of Private Green Space and 24-Hour Concierge Service When you arrive home after a long shift or a day of intensive work in the Longwood Medical Area, you deserve a luxurious retreat from the hustle and bustle. Bell Olmsted Park offers Boston residents just that, set in a gorgeous setting of 3.5 private acres. Located in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Bell Olmsted Park provides residents with bright and spacious studio, one, two, and three bedroom luxury apartments. A mix of luxe apartment living, verdant green spaces and vibrant city streets, Bell Olmsted Park offers the perfect blend of natural beauty and contemporary convenience. Step onto the terrace for sweeping views of Olmsted Park. Step out the front door for immediate access to city life that includes renowned restaurants and eclectic shops. Jog around Jamaica Pond, walk or bike to the Long wood Medical Area, walk to dinner on Center Street, or catch the bus or the Green Line "T" at Heath Street Station. The apartments at Bell Olmsted Park are infused with light and air. With ceiling heights of over nine feet and windows six feet high, you'll always have room to breathe. Modern finishes include granite countertops, stainless GE appliances, Symmons faucets and Just under-mount sinks. Open living spaces with engineered hardwood floors are complemented by soft, carpeted bedrooms and luxuriously tiled baths. Select units feature views to the pool and courtyard. We gladly accept walk in visits.
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