Jan 2010 29

New listing on the rental market.  My favorite thing about Trinity Place is the fact that owners have direct access in to Sorellina – yum.  Just think you can have them send your meatball dish up to your unit.  I’m sold!  Here’s the details from MLS:

“Rarely available luxury condo rental at the famous Trinity building in Boston’s Back Bay. This large layout is perfect for someone who wants comfortable living in the middle of it all. The home features hardwood floors, large windows, and in-unit washer/dryer. Trinity Place features valet parking, a beautifully furnished lobby, fitness facility, and 24/7 concierge services. Walking out the door puts you at the footsteps of the Boston Public library, the Prudential area, and Back Bay.”

Rent is $3,500 for this 1 bed 1 bath home.  Interest? Contact me at jheller@warrenre.com

Nov 2009 15

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Legendary Channel 5 (Boston WCVB) news anchor Natalie Jacobson has just put one of her Boston homes under agreement. Her Trinity Place condo only had a 92 day stint on the market with an asking price of $1,995,000.

According to the listing in MLS the 3 bedroom 2.5 bath unit features “a large eat-in kitchen, spacious living and dining areas, ample closet spaces including master-bedroom walk-in. Trinity Place features uniformed door-attendant, on-site first-class restaurant Sorellina, 24-hour concierge, resident’s fitness area and valet parking.”

Jacobson purchased the home in 2000 for $1,525,000.  The homes in Trinity Place have held their value and are commanding close to asking so we are pretty sure Natalie got what she was looking for.  Since her retirement in 2007 my newscast is just not the same, but at least I can be thankful that she is still making real estate news.  Photos of Jacobson’s condo (and hand towels) below.

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