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The Village at Broadway – 330-334 Broadway in Cambridge

330 Broadway in Cambridge MA

330 Broadway in Cambridge MA

The Village at Broadway is a ten-unit condo complex at 330-334 Broadway in Cambridge.  Beautifully done, it has a commanding presence on the block and is hard to miss.  The developers were awarded the Anthony C. Platt Award from the Cambridge Historical Commission, given each year to recognize an exceptional example of preservation in a neighborhood conservation district.

The complex consists of two renovated original buildings – a beautiful Greek Revival built in 1846 and a richly ornamented Italianate Mansard built in 1867.  Between these two distinctive buildings, set back from the street across a landscaped lawn, are five townhouses constructed in 2001.

334 Broadway, Cambridge MA

334 Broadway, Cambridge MA

There are three condos in the large yellow Greek Revival ranging in size from approx. 1350 to 1600 sq.ft. The Mansard was divided into two units of 1569 and 1852 sq.ft.  The townhouses range in size from about 1500 to 1800 sq.ft.

Features of the condos at The Village at Broadway include:

  • Three bedrooms
  • At least two baths
  • Gas fireplace
  • Central air conditioning
  • Garage parking
  • Granite and stainless steel kitchens

Recently, condos at The Village at Broadway have sold for prices between $720,000 and $844,500.


Click on the slideshow below to get larger views of the condos at the Village At Broadway.


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