About this listing
I'm working professional woman, originally from Armenia, live in Victorian house since year 2000. Very safe and convenient location to Downtown, Harvard Sq. MIT, UMASS, Cape Cod. Being in the city yet having the convenience of the private home
Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over 6 square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated from Dorchester, England in 1630.
This is a Beautiful Victorian house, built on 1848. And the addition, attached Townhouse on the back was built on 1900’s
It is a mixed neighborhood, safe
House: Beautiful, safe and comfortable place for gatherings for friends or families. There is everything to feel at home: The main house can accommodates 8-10 people in the smaller one, which is attached to it, 4-6 people. Two houses are connected with sunny, open balcony, patio on the back, nice place to grill or picnic outside. Ocean is 5 min to drive to Castle Island. UMASS and JFK library and museums 5 min to drive, or free shuttle buses from JKF T-stop. It is possible to reserve both apartments for a bigger group.
Location to public transportation: 4 min to walk to the T- red line Fields Corner stop. Red line is the most convenient line in Boston which connects you to any directions you need to go. The South Station is the 5th stop from the house and next one is Downtown Crossing stop, continues to MIT, Harvard on the same line direct.
You can end your day in the ocean for sunbath, swim or nice walk in Castle Island (Historical site). JFK Library and Museum, UMASS Boston are two stops from the house.
You will be provided: Clean bed sheets, Towels, Hair dryer, Iron & Ironing Board, Map
The library, shopping and eating places just around the corner (Blarney Stone is a nice place to eat on the corner, D-Bar, Pizza, Vietnamese food : Pho-Hoa, Anh-Hong) All within 5 min walk or less
Wireless internet access, cable TV
Parking: is unlimited and save to park on the street, just look the street sings
TRANSPORTATION: From Logan airport: you can have a free ride by taking the Silver line from the airport and changing to T-red line Ashmont train, outbound to the Fields corner. Taxi will cost $35+tip
PS: you can ask to share my car as well (Honda insight, Hybrid)
Dinning room, kitchen, open balcony on the front and the back of the house, patio, coin operated laundry, detergent provided
Interaction with Guests
e-mail, phone, text, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), Viber, in person when I'm at home, if I'm not available then the house manager will be helpful. His info will be provided
After reservation you will have this information
Mixed population, safe, convenient location, interesting history, beautiful Victorian homes in Wesley park, Melville st.
Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over 6 square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated from Dorchester, England in 1630. It's not a wealthy area, has pockets with beautiful Victorian houses, like Melville st., Wesley Park.
This is a Beautiful Victorian house, built on 1848. And the addition, attached Townhouse was built on 1900’s
Important information please fallow strictly: Have this directions handy
Landmark: RadioShack on the corner of Park st and Dorchester Ave. and Buddhist Center with Yellow arch across the house
From the airport: Taxi (cost around $35-40)
FREE ride on public transportation from the airport, if you take Silver line and change to T-red line in South Station (look outbound train Ashmont destination) get out on Field’s corner stop. Get on Dorchester Ave when you exit on your left side. When you are on Dorchester Ave., turn to your right and walk. At the second small traffic light left corner you will see the RadioShack store. That’s Park st, turn to your left, walk you will see bright orange color building. Just across the yellow arch is smoky blue house 120 (Buddhist Center) (4-5 min walk)
From South Station: follow the same directions above starting from the South Station. Taxi may be around $20. H. Now there is UBER (online private taxi, which is more reasonable price, if you have the apps your for UBER, you can use is, cheap, safe and no tip
From the house to the T-red line: Turn to your left when you leave the house, right on Dorchester Ave. You will see the iron bridge above Dorchester Ave. On left is the station: Fields Corner (all trains go to Boston, Cambridge)
Other Things to Note
Very convenient, affordable and save location to the city center, Cambridge, Harvard Square, MIT, ocean, South Shore
Restaurants, shops, are around the corner and open late. The ocean is end of the street and Castle Island 5 min to drive. JFK library and museum, UMASS Boston is 1 mile away
Free, unlimited on street parking. Airbnb helps to discover real Boston neighborhoods where you would not be otherwise as a tourist. Dorchester is a historical area.
Check-in is 2:00 pm, and checkout 11:00 am. You may bring bags in before check in time or leave it to pick up later. Let me know to arrange it. After reservation please send me your arrival and departure time for logistics
Help yourself coffee or tea anytime
NO shoes to the second floor
Keep the volume low before 8am and after 10pm
Close the doors gently
No shower after 11:30pm
No laundry after before 9am and after 8pm
Keep the kitchen in a decent condition after your use
Close the shower curtain well, no hair in the tub, no water around the sink
on the sink there is a sponge you can use it to dry
Turn off the light when you leave the room
Trash out from the room BLUE BOX recycling
Please respect this rules. Full refunded of security deposit in this case
Originally from Armenia, I live in Boston for many years. My house is one of many beautiful Victorian houses in oldest neighborhoods in Boston (Dorchester). The house is beautiful, big, clean and colors are my addition to its charm. I love colors you can see it in the pictures.
I love the idea of B&B and now I have chance to host people from the world in my own house. Traveling is part of my life and staying with family opens chance to meet local people.
I share what I know about Boston with pleasure and sometimes I learn from travelers what they discovered in Boston.