Description: A 600 square feet three bedroom and full bath (bathtub) and kitchenette as a duplex setting in the middle of a charming historic district of Lower Roxbury/South End neighborhood come with parking spot. A living style which combines Victorian historic living with modern renovations: from old 1886 pine wood floor and imitation of Victorian marble fireplace mantle, to a new installed oak hardwood floor, and freshly painted. Bedroom: The subbasement bedroom has a sole garden excess through a kitchen. It has a bunk-bed and comes with full desk. It has floor heating besides baseboard heating. It has its own half toilet. This bedroom has its own kitchen (temporary used by another housemate). The kitchenette/living room has a bar style arrangement with a double flexible induction heat operated cooking top (2 plates), of which 13 piece cooking utilities comes with the apartment. The kitchenette comes with large double sink with garbage disposals, counter top (which can be flexible in its arrangement.) dim-able light and USB charger outlets. It comes with refrigerator and circular open oven as well microwave (normal size and for coffee cups). Outside-Garden: Excesses to the fully fenced-in garden (875 square foot) excess to a porch which has many trees grown in a green canapé-setting. Barbeque in the garden, with a cobblestone paved off-street parking area ($50 extra). Bicycle available included storage space for them. The aluminum fence consist out of an ornamented guarded fence interrupted with masonry columns. (Largest garden in the neighborhood) small public park (Bessie Barns Park) on the street. Location, location, location: This neighborhood is located very close to North Eastern University (5min walk) between Tremont Street and Shawmut Avenue, 1.5 miles from downtown Boston, 12min bike ride, 3 blocks from Mass Ave and 5min walk from Ruggles T-Station )major hub with commuter Rail connection) as well 7min from Mass Ave T-Station. Back Bay station (Amtrak connection to New York) with Copley square is 15min walk away, connected with the It is one block away from the bus #43, which goes to park Street T-Station in Downtown Boston. One block away is a larger supermarket (Tropical Food), three blocks away is the other public transportation hub of Dudley Square with excess to Silver Line (Washington Street) to Boston Downtown and Logan airport.