150 Hampshire Street Cambridge MA

150 Hampshire Street in Cambridge MA is a handsome loft-style complex featuring six unique units.  Originally, the site contained an ice house built in the 1870s.  The property was gutted and transformed into six townhouse / lofts in 2006.  With a brick and stucco exterior and an inner brick courtyard, the complex is architecturally interesting and an attractive addition to the streetscape.

150 Hampshire Street Cambridge MA 02139

150 Hampshire Street Cambridge MA 02139

150 Hampshire Street is close to Inman Square with its myriad of restaurants and an easy walk to either Central Square or Kendall Square, both with Red Line subway stops.

150 Hampshire Street Cambridge MA Condos Feature

  • Two and three bedroom condos
  • 882 -1383 sq.ft.
  • Multi-level layouts
  • Cherry, granite, and stainless steel kitchens
  • Hardwood floors
  • Central air conditioning
  • Parking

Condo Sales at 150 Hampshire St Cambridge

The units at 150 Hampshire Street originally sold in 2006 – 2007 for $375,000 to $524,000.   The first resales of units in the complex were listed for sale in January 2012: a 1069 sq.ft. two bedroom condo with1.5 baths was listed for $445,000, and a 1023 sq.ft. two bedroom unit with two baths was priced at $450,000.  Both condos went under agreement almost immediately.

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Wild Turkey in Inman Square

Wild Turkey in Inman Square

Wild Turkey in Inman Square

A week or so ago I was driving through Littleton and was startled by a huge wild turkey that flew right in front of me – inches from my windshield.  He was gorgeous – like the Bell’s Seasoning turkey come to life.

In retrospect it’s not that astonishing to see a wild turkey in the outer ‘burbs.  But I’m always delighted at another wildlife sighting – I’ve seen a deer in Cambridge, a stuck ‘possum in Somerville and another wild turkey in Belmont, just to name a few of my encounters.

I was taken aback this evening though to discover a wild turkey right in the middle of Inman Square.   As I drove down Hampshire Street I saw something large (and by large I mean humongous!) and brown land on the sidewalk and pulled over.

The big bird at right sauntered off the sidewalk into this yard tucked behind some buildings.   He was searching for dinner on the lawn.

I gotta say – seeing these beautiful birds up close makes me rethink the Thanksgiving menu.

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