Allston’s 180 Telford offers stunning views of the Charles River. Residents of this condominium complex have access to a fitness center, billiards room, and rowing room. At 180 Telford, residents have access to an outdoor courtyard, a park, and manicured grounds.
Go no further than overlooking the Charles River and the Cambridge skyline when looking for an ideal position. 180 Telford is a project in Burnaby that is currently under preconstruction which has convenient garage parking, making getting about easy.
On the Walk-in Telford, a vibrant lifestyle awaits. CHIL Interior Design, a firm recognized for delivering exceptional hospitality and living experiences, has designed the whole ground floor of the property. It’s not only the inside rooms that make Telford unique; there are also outdoor seatings and gathering areas, as well as a dog run.
These homes include an open floor layout with recessed lighting, contemporary light fixtures, and elegant hardwood flooring with other features like:
There is a spacious walk-in shower in the bathroom, which has a modern tiled appearance and quartz worktops that continue the theme.
This region has an expensive, long, and rich history. Allston was formerly recognized as the county’s first streetcar suburb and home to Boston’s most affluent citizens. In the region, there are still several Victorian houses from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Brick apartment structures and triple-deckers are also common in Allston.
Nearby public transit and bike routes have made the region one of Boston’s hippest suburbs. There are several restaurants, pubs, and watersports within a short distance, including kayaking and canoeing on the Charles River.
There is an increase booming real estate market in the Allston area decades after it was first developed. To some extent, that’s because it’s less expensive than other sections of the city. Boston College and Boston University students are regular visitors to the region due to the strong demand for off-campus student accommodation in the neighborhood. A substantial portion of Allston is owned by Harvard University and the university’s expansion in North Allston.
In addition, there is a new commuter rail station located on the neighborhood’s boundary. New construction is a crucial selling point for Telford 180 since it is a new area.
Eateries, as well as shopping centers, surround Telford. Telford is within a short walk or rides away from Fondway Cafe, Mon Paris Patisserie, Chipotle, Bella Pizza, Domino’s Pizza, and Alvin Garden.
Maywood Community School, Dr. H.N. MacCorkindale Elementary, Le Soleil Montessori Children’s House, and Champlain Heights Elementary are all within a 5-minute drive of Telford.
Central Park, Maywood Park, and Kinnee Park are just a few of the parks in the area where families and friends may enjoy playgrounds, tennis courts, and short paths with their children and grandchildren.
As a family-owned business, Westland had modest origins. Its founders have been actively involved in their new community. The company’s enthusiasm for home development was born when the general opinion was that a home’s functionality is more than just four walls and a roof; it is a place where people establish roots and make lifelong memories.
Austin Zhang, Westland’s CEO, is a proud heir to this long-standing legacy. When it comes to building high-quality houses, Austin has a deep understanding of the Westland company’s core values, and he’s excited to help bring them to life. To be a successful local developer, he must have a sense of pride in where he lives, his family’s new roots, and his ancestry.
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