Enjoy a waterfront condo with views of Mt. Hope Bay

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They say that good things come in small packages, and that is certainly true when it comes to this beautiful, newly updated, luxury two-level condominium at The Landing in Fall River. The open floor plan, including three spacious bedrooms, a loft, three full bathrooms, a kitchen, two private decks and plenty of storage, makes this just-under-2,000-square-foot home feel twice as large.

The living room features a zero-clearance fireplace, cathedral ceiling, and large bay window. The adjacent kitchen and dining area includes a sliding glass door which leads to a balcony, a lovely spot to relax and enjoy a meal in the warm weather. The master suite includes a spacious tiled bathroom with a jacuzzi tub, separate shower, and a large and very private balcony. Both balconies, the master bedroom, loft, living room, kitchen, and dining room feature unobstructed views of Mt. Hope Bay.

Fall River enjoys a rich history, architectural and otherwise, as it transitions from an industrial powerhouse to a Boston bedroom community. A multicultural city, Fall River is home to a wide variety of fantastic restaurants featuring global cuisine, from Portuguese to Lebanese to Cambodian. Its working waterfront provides a steady supply of fresh fish to the region, and Battleship Cove, the world’s largest collection of U.S. Naval ships, draws tourists from around the world.

As a condominium community, the shared space means that both heat and hot water are free, while gas heat and electric utilities (even with central air!) are very low — and yet the fully soundproofed interior affords quiet solitude. Additional association amenities include a waterfront outdoor pool, state-of-the-art exercise facilities, and a clubhouse with a community room. The unit also includes a one-car garage, ample additional parking, and discounts at the adjacent Borden Light Marina and Tipsy Seagull Dockside Pub.

Just the facts

  • $271,000
  • 3 beds
  • 3 baths
  • Barbara Raffile
  • 508-673-7071 or 401-465-2490
  • barbararaffile@gmail.com

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