39D Bellis Circle is spacious townhome overlooking Danehy Park. It is one of six attached single family residences built in 1988 according to the online assessor's database for the city of Cambridge. The four levels of living at 39D Bellis Circle measure 2,090 square feet. Not included in this square footage is the one-car garage, which opens to the main hall on the entry level.
In addition to the garage, the residence has a second parking space close to the front door, along the shared drive. Two-car parking in Cambridge is a true luxury.
The townhomes at 39 Bellis Circle feature shingle siding and white trim, reminiscent of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Upon entering 39D Bellis Circle there is a spacious foyer.
At the end of the hall on the entry level is a bedroom-bathroom combination. Having a bed-bath combo on the main level offers a great deal of flexibility. This could easily serve as a guest suite or - as it is now used - a super home office.
There is direct access on this level to the charming patio garden. As the outdoor area is adjacent to Danehy Park, there is a real feeling of the countryside here. It is truly a peaceful and protected enclave. Danehy Park is the largest park in the City of Cambridge and features sports fields, multi-use paths, two acres of thriving wetland habitat and public art installations.
The main living level at 39D Bellis Circle is located on the second floor. The living room is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace and enjoys two decks overlooking the patio garden and park. Access to these decks is by glass doors which allow for maximum light and lovely views. It's easy to imagine a romantic evening with a fire burning in the fireplace and the sun setting over the park.
Also on this level is the spacious kitchen with generous cabinet storage and gas cooktop. The kitchen opens onto the 10'8" x 16'1" dining room with expansive window bay on the front side. There is a relaxed and inviting feeling in the kitchen and dining area of this home. It is suitable not only for everyday living but also for entertaining.
Upstairs on the main bedroom level one finds two good-size bedrooms, a laundry closet with side-by-side machines, and a full bathroom with double vanity. The front bedroom sports a soaring ceiling and round ship's window up above. The master bedroom on the back side connects through to the full bath and features two closet areas and windows overlooking the parkland.
The top floor study is a real bonus. Featuring two skylights and a vaulted ceiling, this 19'6" x 16'11" room would work well as an artist's studio; an exercise room; a media room; a home office. The possibilities are endless.
All things considered, 39D Bellis Circle is a truly special residence. I am colisting this residence with Hammond colleague Sandra Berke. We would be delighted to arrange to show it to you. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-733-8937.
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