House for rent

Quincy MA

$3,300

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Property Description

APRIL 1, 2022 MOVE IN. This bi level unit is blocks away from Wollaston T Stop (Red Line). It offers a large, open flow living room, dinning room, updated kitchen and a beautiful, bright sun room. Two large bedrooms and one full bathroom are located on the main floor and the remaining bedroom, home office and an additional full bathroom are located on the top level. Parking for two cars ( you may be able to fit three). Hardwood floors throughout. This unit was recently renovated and offers plenty of storage. Shared backyard. Exclusive washer and dryer in the basement. Outstanding credit and work history are a must.Read moreHome officeT stopUpdated kitchenOpen flow living roomShared backyardExclusive washer

Property Details

Property Type

Square Footage

1,600

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2

Pets

Number of Storeys

Year Built

County Description

Just minutes south of Boston awaits one of New England’s most captivating destinations, the City of Quincy (quin-zee). Called the "City of Presidents" and "Birthplace of the American Dream", Quincy is the birthplace of the second and sixth U.S. Presidents, John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams. Rich in historic treasures, Quincy’s impressive past remains vibrant today as the city lays claim to an exciting future.

First settled by a party including Captain Wollaston in 1625, Quincy was originally part of the neighboring town of Braintree. Her famous early residents included presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, as well as the legendary patriot John Hancock - known for signing his name to the Declaration of Independence in extra-large script "so that fat King George can read it without his glasses." In 1792, the north precinct of Braintree became the town of Quincy, with residents opting to name the new town after Col. John Quincy, grandfather of Abigail Adams.

Today, visitors to Quincy can tour the birthplaces of both John Adams and John Quincy Adams as well as the Adams Mansion, the Summer White House for both presidents and home to their descendants until the early 20 th century. Other historic sites include United First Parish Church - where both Adams presidents and their wives are buried - historic Hancock Cemetery and the Dorothy Quincy Homestead, the childhood home of John Hancock's wife, Dorothy Quincy.

Property Location

Quincy MA

County

Quincy MA