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About Michael Beeler
I'm a statistician/researcher with interests as varied as international development and machine learning. This property is my primary residence, but I travel frequently and set it up for short-term rentals by others when I am away for long periods of time.
Michael Beeler purchased this Condo in 2013
Check-in: 2:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Minimum age of primary renter:22
Max guests:6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
General quiet time after 10pm, and no loud music in general.
The only guests permitted in the apartment must be those that are part of the official booking.
Guests must clean up after themselves in the kitchen. All dishes, cutlery, pots/pans, etc., should be washed before departure.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Super convenient spot
We rented this apartment for my daughter's orientation at uMass Boston. It was very convenient to the T and easy to navigate around. This is the city so some may find it a little loud but the owner thought ahead and provided ear plugs for those that may need them. A/c units in bot bedrooms cooled the house when it got a little muggy and everything we needed was on site. I'd rent this apartment again.
Good location and it was fairly quiet even though there are other tenants in the building.
Wouldn’t necessarily call it a condo - more like an apartment building with multiple floors/tenants.
Perfect for a small group
The place was perfect for our needs. Had everything we needed. Location was as expected. Parking was not a problem at all. Had no issues. Thanks
Fields Corner is a diverse middle-class and working-class urban neighborhood.
There are many practical amenities within walking distance from the condominium (subway station, cheap and mid-range restaurants, cafes, bars, pastry shops, a grocery store, banks, post office, a children's playground, park, baseball diamond, etc).
There are many beautiful large Victorian-style homes located between Park Street (on the north) and Ashmont Street (on the south), bounded by Washington Street (on the west) and Dorchester Avenue (on the east). The rest of the neighborhood is a mixture of condominiums and triple-decker rentals build circa 1905-1930.
There is a public swimming pool and gym at Dot House at 1352 Dorchester Avenue (0.5 miles), as well as a YMCA on 776 Washingston Street (1.2 miles away).
The nearest major attractions are the Franklin Park Zoo (1.8 miles) and the John F Kennedy Presidential Library (2.8 miles).