Developed by David Aposhian in 2005 along with neighboring buildings in a wooded urban oasis, this two-unit association has a side patio with plantings and outdoor dining, and shares with separate associations the use of a park-like patio area centered around mature trees. Enter 190 Tremont Street to an open living area, granite/stainless eat-in kitchen, half-bath, and laundry. Two bedrooms on the top floor feature cathedraled ceilings with ladder-loft storage closets. The larger bedroom has a deep walk-in closet. A renovated full bathroom has a fully-tiled tub/shower. The basement offers plentiful storage and a family or media room. Two blocks from the future Green Line station at Union Square. Steps to Inman Square, proximate to several of Greater Boston's most renowned restaurants.