Quintessential Cambridge Bell & Fandetti single-family, tucked away on Bellis Circle near the beloved Danehy Park, restaurants, shops, and MBTA stations — Alewife, Porter Sq., Davis Sq., and Harvard Sq. The dramatic loft-style post-and-beam sports cathedral ceilings and an open floor plan, with an updated kitchen featuring a gas cooktop, a main living area with a wood-burning stove that can warm the whole house on chilly nights, and a dining area that opens via glass sliders to a private patio with storage sheds. Two bedrooms, an office loft, and one-and-a-half baths spread out over nearly 1,200 s.f. The half bath also houses the laundry. Natural light spills down from skylights and windows down the open staircase, lined with bookshelves. Off-street parking and single-family ownership close to so much that people love about living in Cambridge.
2022 tax figure of $1,270 is estimated after residential exemption based on a pre-exemption of $3,850. Taxes were $1,180 in 2021
About Bell & Fandetti
From Tom Acitelli: From 1973 to 1981, architects Doug Bell and Gerald Fandetti designed approximately 170 townhouses in about 20 different clusters around Cambridge.
Distinctive for features such as levels setting apart rooms rather than walls and a resultant capaciousness, the townhouses (some are deeded as condos) were also considered particularly energy-efficient for the period