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  Coyne Road House: Single Family Unit

In December of 2004, CAN-DO purchased a one-family dwelling situated on 13,247 sg. ft. at 29 Coyne Road in Newton. We were the beneficiaries of a generous Newton family who were motivated by a desire to do something to stem the loss of economic diversity that is occurring in the City. They sold CAN-DO a gift of property through a process known as a "bargain sale."

Cosmetic repairs and lead abatement have been completed and the unit is rented to a low-income family.

Coyne Road


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