Built in 1989 as a postmodern revival of the towered parkside luxury
that put Central Park West on the map in the 1930s, River Court at 10
Rogers St. in Cambridge stretches beyond CPW's The Beresford, The
Century, The Dakota, The Eldorado, The Majestic and San Remo to offer
its occupants a riverview as well as a parkview, not to mention the
classic comfort and convenience of those famous New York residences.
And at a fair price, too: $569,000 for the 978-square-foot, 1-bed Unit 424,
which treats you to stunning vistas of the sparkling Charles River and
the breathtaking Boston skyline, as well as high ceilings, crown
moldings, cherry floors, updated kitchen, bath and half-bath, upscale
building amenities and much more.
The living-dining room combines the classic details of yesteryear â€”
crown molding, chair rail, paneled wainscoting, Grecian fireplace â€” with
the open floor plan of today. A slider window with a French balcony
lets you take in the great view more fully.
The open plan conveniently continues from the dining area into the
kitchen, where a C-shaped black granite counter terminates at a
breakfast bar, classic paneled cabinetry blends with the cherry floors,
and state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances show off the sheen of
The bedroom is fit for a king-size bed with room to spare for home office or sitting space.
The main bath features a deluxe tiled shower with a double-head rain
showerhead and body jets for the water massage of a lifetime.
The common roofdeck offers unprecedented city and water vistas, as
well as the best views of the July 4 fireworks you'll ever see. Other
high-end building amenities include...
...a full-size indoor swimming pool...
...a state-of-the-art fitness center...
...and a luxurious entry lobby with concierge. The building also
boasts an elevator, four levels of underground parking (one deeded space
for Unit 424), an entry courtyard, a garden courtyard, and a sculpture courtyard with a form of the goddess Athena.
And look what's within walking distance: shopping and dining galore
at CambridgeSide Galleria, the Charles River Bike Path, the Cambridge
Athletic Club, connections to all major routes, and a whole lot more.
Post created and published by: Todd Larson