The Lincolnshire Condominium

Beacon Services, Inc.

Master Deed

Master Deed actual copy
Master Deed Amendment #1
Easement 1
Easement 2

MASTER DEED

This MASTER DEED (this “Master Deed“) of The Lincolnshire Condominium is made this 19th clay of August, 2005.

WITNESSETH THAT:

Lincoln Charles LLC, a Massachusetts limited liability company (hereinafter, together with its successors and assigns, sometimes called the “Declarant“‘), being the sole owner of the Land an d Building located in the City of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, described in Sections 2 and 3 hereof, by duly executing and recording this Master Deed, does hereby submit the premises to the provisions of Chapter 183 A of the Massachusetts General Laws (as the same may be from time to time amended, “Chapter 183 A“’) and proposes to create a condominium to be governed by and subject to the provisions of Chapter 183A, and to that end, it hereby declares and provides as follows:

L NAME AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The name of the condominium (the “Condominium“) shall be “The Lincolnshire Condominium“. The Condominium consists of the “Land” and “Building” as described in Sections 2 and 3 hereof which Land and Building are divided into (a) forty-nine (49) individual condominium units (collectively, the “Units“), as described in Section 4 of this Master Deed, comprised of three (3) commercial units (collectively, the “Commercial Units”) and forty-six (46) residential units (collectively, the “Residential Units”), (b) certain common areas and facilities appurtenant to the Residential Units and the Commercial Units (collectively, the “Common Areas“‘) as described in Section 5 of this Master Deed, and (c) certain common areas and facilities appurtenant to the Residential Units (collectively, the “Residential Common Areas”) as described in Section 5 of this Master Deed.

2.    DESCRIPTION OF LAND

The land (the “Land”) included in the Condominium consists of the premises described in Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof, which premises are situated in the City of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, known as and located at 20 Charles Street and 15 River Street, subject to and together with the benefit of the rights, easements and other provisions referred to in Exhibit A.

3.    DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING

The building (the “Building”) included in the Condominium is a ten- story building ~ constructed on concrete piles and concrete foundation walls, with primarily cast-in-place concrete, brick and terracotta structure. The facade is brick with masonry accents on floors 1 -8, and stucco on the two-story penthouse structure (floors 9-10). The building has a PYC membrane roof and two electric elevators The below-grade level and the above-grade levels of the Building are shown on the plans (the “Plans”) defined and referred to in Section 6 hereof.

The Building contains forty-nine (49) Units.

4.     DESCRIPTION OF UNITS

A.    Description of Units and Boundaries

As more fully described in this Section 4 and as depicted on the Plans, the Residential Units are located above-grade on floors two through nine of the Building, while the Commercial Units are located on the ground floor of the Building, with some below grade areas.

The Units and the designations, locations, approximate areas, number of rooms, immediately accessible Common Areas, and other descriptive specifications thereof are shown on the Plans and are further described as set forth in Exhibit B attached hereto and made a part hereof. The Residential Unit area figures set forth in Exhibit B, for those Residential Units having an exclusive right to use a balcony, patio and/or deck areas or storage space(s), do not include the areas of the balcony, patio and/or deck area or storage space(s).

The boundaries of the Units with respect to the floors, ceilings, walls, doors and windows thereof are as follows:

(i)    Floors: The plane of the upper surface of the sub-floor.

(ii)    Ceilings: The plane of the upper-most surface of the finish material.

(iii)    Interior Building Walls Between Units or Separating Units from Common Areas: As to the walls, the plane of the interior surface of the wall studs or masonry walls.

(iv)    Exterior Building Walls. Doors and Windows: As to walls, the plane of the interior surface of the wall studs or masonry walls; as to doors, the exterior surface thereof, and the door glass (if any) and door frames thereof; and as to windows, the exterior plane of the glass and the exterior surface of the window frames.

Each Unit includes all non-structural walls within the boundaries of such Unit and all utility lines, pipes, wires, conduits, facilities and services, all vents, ducts, and flues (except such as are related to any chimney serving a fireplace in a Unit which chimney and related vents, ducts and flues shall be part of the Common Areas as hereinafter described) and all Building services and equipment to the extent the foregoing are located within and exclusively serve such Unit and are not located in any portion of the Condominium contributing to the structure or support of the Building.

B.    Appurtenant Rights and Interests of Units

Subject to and in accordance with the provisions and requirements of this Master Deed and the provisions of the Declaration of Trust of The Lincolnshire Condominium Trust of even date, recorded herewith (the “Trust“), being the organization of Unit Owners for the Condominium referred to in Section 11 hereof, including the By-Laws thereof and the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto (collectively, the “Condominium Documents“) (including, without limitation, provisions in the Condominium Documents relating to maintenance, repair and replacement and the assessment of costs therefor), Units shall have the following appurtenant easements, rights and interests:

(i) For each Unit, the exclusive right and easement to the use of all utility lines, pipes, wires, conduits, building services and facilities, vents, ducts and flues which exclusively serve such Unit and which are located outside of such Unit. Such utility lines, pipes, wires, conduits, building services and facilities, vents, ducts, and flues are to be part of the Common Areas and maintained and repaired by the Trustees with the costs to be assessed among all Unit Owners in accordance with Section 5 hereof, the Trust and the By-Laws; and

(ii)    For any owner owning two or more adjacent Units on the same floor or two or more vertically adjacent Units on immediately adjoining floors, the right and easement, at such owner’s sole expense, to connect such adjacent Units to each other for the purpose of creating one larger Unit and, in connection with any such construction, to make cuts in the common portions of the walls, floors and ceilings immediately adjoining the affected Units (but not adjoining any Common Area, except as to the extent otherwise permitted by the Trustees), provided that any and all such work is done in accordance with provisions of the Condominium Documents and in accordance with the following: all such work shall be done in a good and workmanlike manner, in conformity with all legal and warranty requirements, in a fashion that does not interfere unreasonably with the use and occupancy of other Unit Owners or work being performed by the Declarant or other Unit Owners in or about the Condominium and in accordance with plans and specifications which have been submitted to and approved by the Trustees in advance of commencement of any such work. Such approval by the Trustees shall not be unreasonably withheld, but shall not, in any event, be provided in absence of receipt by the Trustees of a certificate, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Trustees and from a registered architect and/or engineer reasonably acceptable to the Trustees, stating that the proposed work is compatible, consistent and in compliance with the following: (a) sound architectural and engineering practices; (b) the design, layout and intended uses of the structural and building systems; (c) all applicable legal requirements and any applicable provisions of the items listed in Exhibit A hereto; (d) the exterior facade and exterior appearance of the Building; and (e) the location of shafts, chases, utilities, columns, chimneys, ducts, vents and like Common Areas. In the event of any such combination, the newly created Unit shall enjoy the appurtenant right and benefits of each of the former Units and shall have percentage interest in the Common Areas equal to the aggregate percentage interests therein of each such former Unit, as applicable. Following any such combination, the owner thereof shall have the right to partition the combined Unit into separate Units of the same configuration and boundaries and with the same appurtenant rights and percentage interests which pre-existed the combination, all as if the original Units had never been combined or in such configuration and with such percentage interest and rights as are approved by the Trustees, provided that any such partition work shall be accomplished subject to and in accordance with the standards heretofore set forth with respect to work combining Units. To the extent said Chapter 183 A requires amendment to the Master Deed (and any exhibits hereto) or the Plans in connection with any such combination or partition, the Trustees shall cause such amendment to be made, at such owner’s sole expense, and no such amendment shall require the consent of any other Unit Owner. Any Unit Owner doing or causing any of such work to be done shall be responsible for any damage to any other Units or Common Areas attributable to such work. The provisions of this clause ii shall not apply to the Declarant or limit, in any way, the Declarant’s rights under Section 7 hereof with respect to combin ations of Units;

(iii)    For those Residential Units designated on Exhibit B as having a balcony, patio and/or deck areas, the exclusive right and easement to the use of the balcony, patio and/or deck areas shown on the Floor Plans as hereinafter defined, and to which the Residential Unit has direct access to, together with the appurtenant railings, if any. Such balcony, patio and/or deck areas and appurtenant railings are to be part of the Common Areas and maintained and repaired by the Trustees (the “Trustees”) of the Trust with the costs assessed to the Unit Owner having the exclusive right to use such balcony, patio and/or deck areas in accordance with Section 5 hereof, the Trust and the By-Laws;

(iv)    For the Commercial Units, the exclusive right and easement from time to time, upon the review and approval of the Trustees, to erect, affix, maintain, repair and/or replace signs, awnings, canopies, lights (including seasonal lighting and displays), lighting fixtures and facilities and other promotional materials or items (including without limitation, retail storefronts) in or on any of the exterior features of the Commercial Units; provided that: (1) all costs associated with the review, approval, installation, maintenance, repair and/or replacement of same are paid for by the Commercial Unit Owner requesting same; (2) such items are reasonably related to the business operations of the Commercial Unit requesting same; (3), such items conform to all legal requirements governing the same; and (4) such items are reasonably compatible with the architectural integrity and first-class appearance and operation of the Building;

(v)    For those Units designated in and by the deed to such Unit by the

Declarant to a purchaser thereof (or by a separate instrument of conveyance as otherwise permitted hereunder), the exclusive right and easement to the use of such storage space(s) located in the basement as shown on the Floor Plans. Such storage spaces are to be a part of the Common Areas and maintained and repaired by the Trustees of the Trust with the costs assessed among all Unit Owners in accordance with Section 5 hereof, the Trust and the By-Laws;

(vi)    In a Unit with a working fireplace, subject, in all events to the provisions of the

Trust, including the By-Laws thereof and the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, the exclusive right and easement to the use of the chimney and the vents, flues and ducts appurtenant thereto which exclusively serve such fireplace.

Such chimney, vents, flues and ducts are to be part of the Common Areas and maintained and repaired by the Trustees with the costs assessed in equal shares to the Unit Owners having the exclusive right to use such chimneys and appurtenances in accordance with Section 5 hereof, the Trust and the By-Laws; and

(vii)    The Owners of Units 901 and 902 shall each have the exclusive right and easement to construct, at the sole expense of the respective Unit Owners owning such Units, a deck (as used in this Section 4/B) (vip the “New Deck”) upon that portion of the roof shown on the Floor Plans as that Unit’s “New Deck Easement”, provided that:

(a)    the Unit Owners having such exclusive right shall (and hereby do), respectively, hold the owners of the other Units of the Condominium and the Trust (collectively, the “Indemnitees”! harmless from and indemnify the Indemnities against loss, claim or expense in connection with construction of their respective New Deck and the existence thereof;

(b)    die Unit Owners having such exclusive right shall, respectively, reimburse the Trust for the amount of any increase in the cost of insurance maintained by the Trust as a result of construction and maintenance of their respective New Deck;

(c)    construction of the New Deck(s) by such Unit Owner shall be completed in compliance with all laws, statutes, codes and regulations and pursuant to permits legally obtained for the construction thereof; and

(d)    the Unit Owners having such exclusive right shall, respectively, be responsible for the maintenance of their New Deck and any repairs to the roof of the Building or other Common Areas necessitated by construction, use or maintenance of their New Deck. Said New Deck shall be part of the Common Areas and maintained and repaired by the Trustees (the “Trustees”) of the Trust with the costs assessed to the Unit Owner having the exclusive right to use such New Deck in accordance with Section 5 hereof, the Trust and the By-Laws

By acceptance of his Unit deed for his Unit (whether or not it is so expressed in such deed), the owner of such a Unit, and his successors and assigns, shall be deemed to have covenanted and agreed to pay any of the foregoing charges which are assessable as aforesaid against such Unit and to have suffered a lien upon his Unit on account of any such charge until paid, as more fully set forth in Section 5 hereof.

In addition to and without limiting the appurtenant rights of the Units referred to above, each Unit shall have appurtenant thereto, in common only with all other Units, the rights and easements to use the Common Areas, exercisable subject to and in accordance with the provisions and requirements of the Condominium Documents, including, without limitation, the provisions of Section 5 of this Master Deed relative to the assessment of charges therefor.

In addition to and without limiting the appurtenant rights of the Commercial Units, each Commercial Unit shall have appurtenant thereto, in common with all Unit Owners, the rights and easement to use the Common Areas, exercisable subject to and in accordance with the provisions and requirements of the Condominium Documents, including, without limitation, the provisions of Section 5 of this Master Deed relative to the assessment of charges therefor.

In addition to and without limiting the appurtenant rights of the Residential Units, each Residential Unit shall have appurtenant thereto, in common only with all the other Residential Units, the rights and easements to use the Residential Common Areas, and in common with all Unit Owners, the right and easement to use the Common Areas, exercisable subject to and in accordance with the provisions and requirements of the Condominium Documents, including, without limitation, the provisions of Section 5 of this Master Deed relative to the assessment of charges therefor.

Each Commercial Unit shall be entitled to an undivided interest in the Common Areas in the percentages specified therefor in Part I of Exhibit C. Each Residential Unit shall be entitled to an undivided interest in the Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas in the percentage specified therefor in Part I and Part II of Exhibit C. respectively. The undivided interest in the Common Areas in the percentages specified above shall not be separated from the Unit to which it appertains, and shall be deemed to be conveyed or encumbered with the Unit even if such interest is not expressly mentioned or described in the conveyance or other instrument.

C. General Provisions

Without the consent of the Trustees or any other Unit Owner, the owner of any Unit, at any time, and from time to time, may change the use and designation of any room or space within such Unit, subject always to the provisions of Section 7 hereof, and, subject to the provisions of the next sentence, may modify, remove and install interior non-bearing walls lying wholly within such Unit. Any and all work done pursuant to the provisions of the preceding sentence by a Unit Owner and any other maintenance, repair and replacement required by the Condominium Documents to be performed by a Unit Owner shall be done in accordance with the provisions of the Condominium Documents, in a good and workmanlike manner, in conformity with all legal and warranty requirements, in a fashion that does not unreasonably interfere with the use and occupancy of other Unit Owners or with work being performed by the Declarant or other Unit Owners in or about the Condominium. All work performed by or on behalf of a Unit Owner (other than one owned by Declarant) shall be pursuant to plans and specifications which have been submitted to and approved in writing and in advance of the commencement of any of such work by the Trustees acting upon a certificate, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Trustees and from a registered architect and/or engineer reasonably acceptable to the Trustees stating that the proposed work is compatible, consistent and in compliance with: (i) sound architectural and engineering practices; (ii) the design, layout and intended use of the structural and building systems; (iii) all applicable laws, codes, ordinances and regulations and any applicable provisions of the items listed in Exhibit A hereto: (iv) the exterior facade and exterior appearance of the Building; and (v) the location of shafts, chases, utilities, columns, ducts, vents and like Common Areas. Any Unit Owner undertaking such work shall be responsible for any damage to other Units or Common Areas caused by or attributable to such work. Nothing in the foregoing provisions of this Section 4 shall be deemed to apply to any “finish” work to be performed by a Unit Owner acquiring a Unit from Declarant in an unfinished condition, to the extent the performance of said “finish” work is governed by the terms and conditions of the purchase agreement and/or Unit deed for such Unit between such owner and the Declarant.

To the extent required by said Chapter 183A, the Trustees shall appropriately amend the Master Deed and the Plans to reflect the completion of any such work. Such an amendment shall not require the consent or approval of any other Unit Owners. The costs and expenses of any such amendment shall be the sole responsibility of the Unit Owner of the affected Unit.

5. DESCRIPTION OF THE COMMON AREAS AND THE RESIDENTIAL COMMON

AREAS AND ASSESSMENTS

A. Description of the Common Areas:

The Common Areas of the Condominium consist of:

(i)    The premises described in Exhibit A hereto not within a Unit or part of the Residential Common Areas, subject to and together with the benefit of the rights, easements and other provisions referred to in

Exhibit A:

(ii)    The fire escapes, walkways and improvements thereon and thereof, all walls, fences, steps, railings and other improved or unimproved areas (including paved areas) not within a Unit, a non-exclusive easement to use the sidewalks, lights, planters, benches, if any, and other improvements located on such premises;

(iii)    foundations, pilings, structural columns, girders, beams, supports, exterior walls, roofs and decks, (subject to the exclusive rights of the Unit Owners set forth in Section 4 hereof) and any and all interior and exterior structural or load-bearing members, footings, caissons, foundations, columns, beams, walls, floors and all other structural or load-bearing vertical and horizontal supports relating thereto;

(iv)    On the below-grade level and the ground floor level, the interior of such level not within a Unit or a part of the Residential Common Areas, including, without limitation, the entranceways, passageways, steps and stairways, vestibule, Charles Street lobby area, stairs and stairwells, corridors, electrical rooms, electrical/emergency generator, boilers/pumps, hot water heaters, bathrooms, cable rooms, mechanical rooms, oil tank room, telephone equipment room, sewer ejector pump room, storage rooms and sprinkler rooms as shown on the Plans;

(v)    All conduits, junction boxes, chutes, ducts, pipes, plumbing, wiring, chimneys, flues, equipment, fixtures, machinery, furnishings, landscaping, and other facilities for the furnishing of utilities or services to the Units, except for any of the foregoing which are part of a Unit;

(vi)    All utility lines and installations for central services providing power, heat, light, gas, hot and cold water, telephone, waste disposal, cable/central television or security systems, heating, air-conditioning, including all equipment attendant thereto situated outside and inside a Unit;

(vii)    The roof and all installations thereon, subject to the exclusive rights of Unit Owners set forth in Section 4 hereof; and

(viii)    All other elements and features of the Condominium property, however designated or described, excepting only the Units and the Residential Common Areas themselves.

B.    Description of the Residential Common Areas.

The Residential Common Areas consist of: on the ground and first floor levels, the storage rooms (subject to the exclusive rights of Unit Owners set forth in Section 4 hereof), the River Street lobby area, concierge area, meeting room, mail room, corridors, vestibule, elevators, elevator pit, elevator mechanical rooms, bike room, laundry room cable boxes, gas meters; on floors two through ten, the balconies, patios and decks (and appurtenant railings) (subject to the exclusive rights of the Unit Owners as set forth in Section 4 hereof), the interior of such level, not within a Unit, including, without limitation, the stairs, stairwells, corridors, elevators and trash rooms, as shown on the Plans.

The Declarant reserves the right to add and to alter the Common Areas and/or the Residential Common Areas. More specifically, the Declarant expressly reserves the right to alter so much of the Common Areas as is necessary to construct and complete an alternative means of egress from the exterior fire escape to Charles Street. To the extent such modifications to the Common Areas and/or the Residential Common Areas require under Chapter 183 A an amendment to this Master Deed (including any exhibit thereto) or the Plans, or both, the Declarant may so amend this Master Deed (any such exhibit thereto) or the Plans, or both, without the consent of any other Unit Owner or the Trustees or any mortgagee.

C.    Assessments Relative to the Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas.

The Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas shall be maintained, operated, repaired and replaced as necessary by the Trustees, and all costs and expenses thereof shall be assessed under the terms of this Master Deed, the Trust and the By-Laws thereof as follows:

(i)    Common Areas. All costs and expenses (the “Common Expenses“) incurred in the maintenance, operation (including utility and cleaning costs) applicable to the Common Areas (other than such costs and expenses assessable to particular Unit Owners as set forth in Section 4) and the repair and/or replacement of the Common Areas shall be borne solely by the Unit Owners. The percentage share of the Common Expenses for each Unit Owner shall be computed by multiplying the Common Expenses by the Unit’s percentage interest in the Common Areas as set forth in Part I of Exhibit C hereof (as the same may from time to time be adjusted following any combination of Units or subsequent separation as otherwise permitted under this Master Deed);

(ii)    Residential Common Areas. All Common Expenses incurred in the maintenance, operation (including utility and cleaning costs) applicable to the Residential Common Areas (other than such costs and expenses assessable to particular Residential Unit Owners as set forth in Section 41 and the repair and/or replacement of the Residential Common Areas shall be borne solely by the Residential Unit Owners. The percentage share of the Residential Common Expenses for each Unit Owner shall be computed by multiplying the Residential Common Expenses by the Unit’s percentage interest in the Residential Common Areas as set forth in Part II of Exhibit C hereof (as the same may from time to time be adjusted following any combination of Residential Units or subsequent separation as otherwise permitted under this Master Deed);

D. General Provisions

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Section 5. the Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas are subject to: (i) any rights, easements and limitations on use contained in other portions of this Master Deed or as may hereafter be established pursuant to the provisions of this Master Deed; (ii) the matters referred to in Exhibit A hereto; and (iii) the provisions of the Trust and the By-Laws therein and the rules and regulations pursuant thereto.

The Trustees shall have, and are hereby granted, the right of access at all reasonable times and upon reasonable prior notice (except in emergencies, in which case, no notice is required) to each Unit for purposes of operation, inspection, protection, maintenance, repair and replacement of the Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas, including, without limitation, the right of the Trustees to access the elevator controls in the mechanical room through Unit 902, and correction, termination and removal of acts or things which interfere with the Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas or are otherwise contrary to or in violation of provisions hereof; and the Trustees may, for such purpose, require each Unit Owner to deposit a key to his Unit with the Trustees.

The Trustees shall also have, and are hereby granted, the exclusive rights to maintain, repair, replace, add to and alter the Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas and to make excavations for said purposes; and no Unit Owner shall do any of the foregoing without prior written permission of said Trustees in each instance.

If any portion of the Common Areas or the, Residential Common Areas encroaches upon any Unit or any Unit encroaches upon any other Unit or upon any portion of the Common Areas or the Residential Common Areas as a result of settling or shifting to the Building or otherwise, an easement for the encroachment and for the maintenance of the same so long as the Building stands, shall exist. If the Building, any Unit, and any adjoining Unit, or any adjoining part of the Common Areas or the Residential Common Areas shall be partially or totally destroyed as a result of fire or other casualty or as a result of eminent domain proceedings, and then rebuilt, encroachments of parts of the Common Areas and/or the Residential Common Areas upon any Unit or of any Unit upon any other Unit or upon any portion of the Common Areas or the Residential Common Areas due to such rebuilding, shall be permitted, and valid easements for such encroachments and the maintenance thereof shall exist so long as the Building as rebuilt shall stand.

If the owner of any Unit shall fail to pay or reimburse the Trust for such Unit Owner’s share of costs and expenses assessed against such Unit as set forth in this Section 5. or any other costs and expenses assessed against such Unit in any other section of this Master Deed (including, without limitation, Sections 4, and 5 hereof, relative to assessments against individual Units) or in the Condominium Documents, as applicable, upon assessment therefor by the Trustees, until such share is paid by such owner, the same shall constitute a lien against such Unit pursuant to the provisions hereof and of Section 6 of Chapter 183 A. Without limiting the foregoing, each Unit Owner, by acceptance of his Unit deed for his Unit (whether or not it is so expressed in any such instrument), shall irrevocably be deemed to covenant and agree with the Declarant, said Trustees and all other Unit Owners to pay such of the foregoing charges as are assessed upon his Unit and, if not otherwise provided by Section 6 of Chapter 183 A, to suffer a lien upon his Unit on account of any such charge until so paid which lien shall, to the maximum extent possible under law, be enforced in the manner of a Section 6(d) lien under said Chapter 183A.

PLANS

6.

The plans (the “Plans”’) consist of the floor plans of the Building and Units included therein entitled The Lincolnshire Condominium, 15 River Street, Boston, MA 02108, Suffolk County, prepared by The Architectural Team, 50 Commandant’s Way, Chelsea, MA 02150, for Lincoln Charles LLC, dated July 20, 2005 (the “Floor Plans”). The Floor Plans, showing the layout, location, Unit designations and dimensions of the Units, and each such Floor Plan bearing the certified statement of a registered land surveyor, an engineer or architect, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 183A, stating that the Floor Plans fully and accurately depict the same, as built, are recorded herewith, and consist of the following:

Sheet 1

Basement Floor Plan

Sheet 2

First Floor Plan

Sheet 3

Second Floor Plan

Sheet 4

Third Floor Plan

Sheet 5

Fourth Floor Plan

Sheet 6

Fifth Floor Plan

Sheet 7

Sixth Floor Plan

Sheet 8

Seventh Floor Plan

Sheet 9

Eighth Floor Plan

Sheet 10

Ninth Floor Plan (Lower Penthouse)

Sheet 11

Tenth Floor Plan (Upper Penthouse)

7. USE

The purpose for which the Building, the Units, the Common Areas and the Residential Common Areas are intended to be used is as follows:

A.    Commercial Units. Each Commercial Unit may be used for any purpose now

or hereafter permitted by the zoning ordinance of the City of Boston, as the same may be modified by variances and/or special permits, and as shall otherwise be approved in writing by the Trustees (specifically including restaurants and bars), except that no Commercial Unit may be used for (a) the sale of alcoholic beverages unless such sales are by a (i) restaurant; or (ii) bar ancillary to a restaurant; or (iii) retail food store; or (iv) retail store selling alcoholic beverages; (b) any form of live entertainment unless such live entertainment takes place in a restaurant or a bar ancillary to a restaurant; (c) massage parlor; (d) tattoo parlor; (e) so-called adult bookstore; (f) so-called adult cinema; (g) pinball or video arcade; (h) pet store; (i) a discount retail store which is part of a chain of at least ten stores; (j) lottery and/or associated gambling location; (k) so-called psychic readings; or (1) any other use which would detract from the first class ambiance of the Condomin ium. The Declarant makes no representation that the Commercial Units may be used for the foregoing purposes under applicable law.

B.    Residential Units. Each Residential Unit is intended to be used solely for single family residence purposes, subject to the restrictions set forth in the following Section 8 and the provisions of the Trust and the By-Laws and the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto; provided, however, that such Units may be used (i) by the Declarant hereof, for other purposes pursuant to provisions of Section 7/E’) hereof, and (ii) for such other purposes, if any, as are permitted by law and as shall be approved in writing by the Trustees.

C.    The balcony, patio and/or deck areas to which, according to the Floor Plans, a Unit Owner has the exclusive right and easement to use, are intended to be used solely by a Residential Unit Owner and/or a Residential Unit Owner’s guests, invitees, and permitted licensees or tenants, subject to the restrictions set forth in the following Section 8 and the provisions of the Trust and the By-Laws and rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto.

D.    The storage spaces are intended to be used solely for the storage of furnishings, equipment and the like, to the extent not restricted by the rules and regulations of the Trust as herein. The rights of a Unit Owner to the storage space(s) appurtenant to his Unit are subject to the By-Laws and the rules and regulations promulgated under the Trust. A Unit Owner may rent, let, lease or license any right to any storage space appurtenant to his Unit to another Unit Owner, subject to the By-Laws and the rules and regulations promulgated under the Trust, and such rental, lease or license shall terminate upon the transfer of title by the Unit Owner of his interest in the Unit.

E.    Notwithstanding any provisions of this Section 7 or any other provisions of this Master Deed, the Declarant hereof may, for its own account:

(i)    let or lease Units which are owned by it or any storage spaces appurtenant thereto;

(ii)    use any Units owned or leased by it as models, offices, and/or storage areas or otherwise, for purposes of construction, promotion, meetings, sale or leasing of Units;

(iii)    proceed, together with its contractors and other appropriate personnel, to complete any construction, landscaping or the like in or to and of the Common Areas, Residential Common Areas, or any renovations, finishing work or the like in or to any Units to be performed by the Declarant, and exercise all rights related thereto or reserved to or conferred upon the Declarant pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of this Master Deed;

(iv)    connect Units with each other and with adjacent areas which are Common Areas for the purpose of creating a larger single Unit, and/or subdivide Units for the purpose of creating separate Units and additional areas which are Common Areas prior to the initial conveyance of the modified Units by the Declarant and for such purposes, cuts may be made in the common portions of the walls, floors and ceilings immediately adjoining the modified Units and Common Areas and walls and partitions may be removed, constructed or rearranged within the modified Units and Common Areas, provided that unmodified Units shall remain undisturbed. To the extent such modifications to such Units require under said Chapter 183 A an amendment to this Master Deed (including any exhibit hereto) or the Plans, or both, the Declarant may so amend this Master Deed (and any such exhibit hereto) or the Plans, or both, without the consent of any other Unit Owner or the Trustees. If such Units are connected, the resulting Unit shall have all of the rights and obligations appurtenant to the separate Units which were combined as well as such other special easements and rights as the Declarant may grant in any Common Areas exclusively adjoining or serving the combined Unit (the Declarant hereby reserving the right so to grant such other special easement rights); and

(v)    reserve any storage spaces (other than the storage spaces that are appurtenant to the Units theretofore or thereafter sold) for prospective purchasers and/or lessees of Units, or for the Declarant or visitors.

8. RESTRICTIONS ON USE

The Residential Units and the Common Areas of the Condominium outside of the ground floor level shall be subject to the restrictions that, unless otherwise permitted by an instrument in writing duly executed by the Trustees pursuant to provisions of the By-Laws of the Trust, (i) no such Unit shall be used for any purpose other than as a dwelling for one family or for no more than two unrelated persons or for gratuitous residential occupancy by employees, directors, officers and business guests of a business organization which owns such Unit, provided that nothing contained herein shall prohibit any Unit Owner from having temporary guests and live-in domestic employees, and provided further that said Trustees shall have the right to regulate the maximum number of occupants of any such Unit, and (ii) no business activities of any nature shall be conducted in any such Unit, except (a) as provided in Section 7(E) hereof, and (b) that a person residing in any Unit may maintain therein (if permitted by law) an office for his or her personal professional use, but no employees or persons other than a resident of such Residential Unit shall engage therein in any such activities and no such office in a Unit shall be advertised, held out, or used as a place for service to clients or patients.

The Commercial Units and the Common Areas of the Condominium shall be subject to the restrictions set forth in Section 7(A) hereof and the provisions of the Trust and the By-Laws and the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto.

No Unit Owner other than the Declarant shall install or permit to be installed in any Unit any air conditioning system or device, any heating system or device, fireplace or wood/coal stove without the written permission of the Trustees and unless the power therefor is separately metered or otherwise equitably apportioned in such manner as to be exclusively chargeable to the Unit Owner installing such system or device. Any such installation which may be so permitted shall in any event be required to comply with all applicable state and local building codes and to conform to and be subject to the provisions of the Condominium Documents pertaining to alterations, modifications, installations, and changes in Condominium Units or any parts thereof.

In the event any Unit Owner (other than Declarant) shall rent, let, lease, or license all or any portion of his or her Unit (and/or any appurtenant storage space(s) which shall be done only in accordance with all applicable provisions and restrictions contained in this Master Deed and in the Trust and all the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto), the party to whom the same is so rented, let, leased, or licensed shall in a written lease or other instrument evidencing such arrangement, acknowledge and agree to comply with all applicable provisions of the Condominium Documents. An original counterpart of such instrument, signed and acknowledged by such Unit Owner and such party, shall be delivered to the Trustees as a condition of the validity of such arrangement. The Unit Owner shall be responsible for and shall bear all costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses) relating to any enforcement, eviction or similar proceedings resulting from the failure of the Unit Owner or any tenant or occupant claiming by or through such Unit Owner to comply with all of the applicable provisions and restrictions in the Condominium Documents, and until any and all of the same incurred by the Trustees are paid by such Unit Owner the same shall, without limitation, constitute a lien against such Unit Owner’s Unit pursuant to the provisions of this Master Deed, the By-Laws and Section 6 of said Chapter 183 A.

Notwithstanding such rental, letting, leasing or licensing, Unit Owners shall remain liable and responsible for compliance by the occupants of their Units with the provisions of the Condominium Documents, including timely payment of all charges in respect of their Units assessed by the Trustees in accordance therewith. Those persons to whom such Units or any appurtenant storage space(s) are rented, let, leased or licensed must comply with the By-Laws and the rules and regulations set forth in the Trust. The provisions of this paragraph shall not be applicable to the rights of the Declarant set forth in Section 7(E) hereof and the provisions of this paragraph requiring Trustee approval of potential tenants, lessees or licensees shall not be applicable to such persons occupying a Unit under right directly granted by an institutional first mortgagee of the Unit (or its affiliate) which has acquired title to such Unit under its mortgage thereon.

No right to lease by any Unit Owner and no approval right of the Trustees with respect thereto shall be exercised so as to restrict use or occupancy of Units because of race, creed, sex, color or national origin. The Units shall be subject to the further restriction that no such Unit shall be used for and no Unit Owner shall engage in any activities or conduct in violation of applicable provisions of the matters set forth in Exhibit A hereof.

None of the Units shall be used for any so-called, “time-sharing” programs or purposes, whereby such Unit Owner sells, leases, licenses or otherwise grants an interest or a right of occupancy in or to any such Unit or Units for one or more filed or floating intervals within any two or more successive years, including, without limitation, so-called, “time span” ownership, interval ownership, vacation or other time-sharing license or lease programs or purposes. The provisions of this paragraph shall not, however, be construed to derogate from the right of a Unit Owner to enter into a lease subject to and in accordance with the provisions of this Section 8 and all applicable provisions of the Condominium Documents.

Except as otherwise permitted by the Trustees, the structural and architectural integrity of the Units shall be preserved without modification, and to that end, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, no awning, screen, antenna, sign, banner or other device, and no exterior change, addition, structure, projection, decoration or other feature shall be erected or placed upon, or attached to any such Unit, or any part thereof, and no painting, attaching decalcomania, or other decoration shall be done on any exterior part or surface of any Unit, nor on the interior surface of any window (other than curtains, draperies, shades, or the like).

All Units shall be heated at all times (with a minimum temperature of 55 degrees in the winter) so as to avoid the freezing of pipes, plumbing facilities, and the like. If any Unit Owner fails to maintain such heat, as aforesaid, the said Trustees shall have the right of access to each Unit at any time to increase the heating in order to maintain an appropriate temperature or in order to repair any damage caused by the failure to maintain the temperature as aforesaid; and any heating bills thus incurred, or any repair bills thus incurred, shall be paid by the applicable Unit Owner, and until so paid, shall constitute a lien against such Unit pursuant to this paragraph and Section 6 of Chapter 183 A.

Said restrictions: (i) shall be for the benefit of the owners of all the Units, and the Trustees of the Trust as the persons in charge of the Common Areas; (ii) shall be enforceable solely by said Trustees; and (iii) shall, insofar as permitted by law, be perpetual, and to that end may be extended by said Trustees in such manner as permitted or required by law for the continued enforceability thereof. No Unit Owner shall be liable for any breach of the provisions of this Section 8 except such as occur during his or her Unit Ownership thereof.

All present and future Unit Owners, tenants, visitors, servants and occupants of Unit shall be subject to, and shall comply with, the provisions of the Condominium Documents, as they may be amended from time to time, and the items of record affecting title to the Condominium. The acceptance of a deed or conveyance of a Unit or the entering into occupancy of any Unit shall constitute an agreement that: (i) the provisions of the Condominium Documents, as they may be amended from time to time, and the said items of record affecting title to the Condominium, are accepted and ratified by such Unit Owner, tenant, visitor, servant or occupant, and all of such provisions shall be deemed and taken to be covenants running with the land and shall bind any person having at any time any interest or estate in such Unit, as though such provisions were recited and stipulated at length in each and every deed or conveyance or lease thereof; and (ii) a violation of the provisions of the Condominium Documents by any such person shall be deemed a substantial violation of the duties of a Unit Owner.

9.    AMENDMENT AND UNIT MORTGAGEE PROVISIONS

In addition to and not in limitation of the manner of amendments permitted pursuant to provisions hereof relative to subdivisions, partitions and/or combinations of Units under Section 4. and rights reserved by the Declarant under Sections 5 and 7 hereof, this Master Deed may be amended by an instrument in writing: (i) signed by the owners of Units entitled to seventy-five percent (75%) or more of the undivided interests in the Common Areas; (ii) signed and acknowledged by a majority of the Trustees, as the term “majority” is referred to in Article III, Section 2 of the Trust; (iii) consented to in writing by Bank of America, N.A. (only for so long as its Construction Mortgage and Security Agreement recorded with Suffolk County Registry of Deeds in Book 37582, Page 297 remains undischarged of record); and (iv) duly recorded with said Registry of Deeds; provided, however, that, in connection with any such amendment under this Section 9:

A.    The date on which any such instrument is first signed by a Unit Owner shall be indicated thereon as the date thereof and no such instrument shall be of any force or effect unless the same has been so recorded within six (6) months after such date.

B.    No instrument of amendment which alters the dimensions of any Unit, or adversely affects a Unit Owner’s exclusive rights to use any Common Areas provided herein shall be of any force or effect unless the same has been signed by the Unit Owner of such Unit so altered or whose exclusive right is so affected.

C.    No instrument of amendment which alters the percentage of the undivided interest to which any Unit is entitled in the Common Areas shall be of any force or effect unless the same has been signed by the owners of all Units and said instrument is therein designated as an Amended Master Deed.

D.    No instrument of amendment affecting any Unit in a manner which materially impairs the security of a mortgage of record thereon held by an institutional lender which mortgage is listed with the Trustees as provided in Article V. Section 5A of the Trust shall be of any force or effect unless the same has been assented to by the holder of such mortgage in accordance with the provisions of Article VII of the Trust, but no amendment of this Master Deed pursuant to Sections 4(B). 410. 5(B). and 7(E) hereof, or the last paragraph of this Section 9 shall be treated as an instrument impairing the security of any mortgage.

E.    Nothing contained in this Section 9. and no amendment adopted pursuant hereto, shall, or shall be deemed or construed to, vitiate or impair the rights reserved by or conferred upon the Declarant in and by Section 4. 5 and 7 hereof, the last paragraph of this Section 9, and other provisions of this Master Deed.

F.    The provisions of Article VII of the Trust are incorporated herein by reference. No instrument of amendment which alters this Master Deed in any manner which would render it contrary to or inconsistent with any requirements or provisions of Chapter 183 A or said Article VII shall be of any force or effect.

Subject to applicable law and the provisions of the last paragraph of this Section 9 and Sections 4. 5 and 7 hereof, the consent of such listed mortgagees holding mortgages of record on Units entitled to at least sixty-seven percent (67%) of the undivided interests in the Common Areas shall be required: to terminate the legal status of the Condominium as a condominium; to change the pro rata interests or obligations of any Unit for the purpose of (i) levying assessments or allocating distributions of hazard insurance or condemnation proceeds or (ii) determining the pro rata share in the Common Areas; to partition or subdivide any Unit; by act or omission, to seek to abandon, partition, encumber, sell or transfer any Common Areas (except for the grant of utility easements or other public purpose easements consistent with the intended use of the Common Areas); and to use hazard insurance proceeds for losses to any Condominium property for other than repair, replacement, or reconstruction. Any consent of holders of mortgages on Units required under this Section 9 or under any provision of this Master Deed shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed, and failure of any such holder who receives a written request for such consent to deliver or mail a response thereto within thirty (30) days shall be deemed to be the giving of such consent by such holder. The consent of such holders shall be recited in any instrument of amendment requiring the same.

Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this Section 9 (except only, and subject to, the provisions of Section 91F)) or any other provision to the contrary contained in this Master Deed, the Declarant reserves and shall have the right, at any time and from time to time until the Declarant no longer owns any Unit, to amend, alter, add to or change this Master Deed without the consent of any Trustee, Unit Owner or Unit mortgage holder, by instrument in writing signed and acknowledged by the Declarant and duly recorded with said Registry of Deeds, for the specific purposes of (i) making minor, clerical, or factual corrections to the provisions of this Master Deed, including, without limitation, the Plans and provisions relating to the appurtenances to, or descriptions or undivided interests in the Common Areas of, one or more Units; or (ii) complying with requirements of the Federal National Mortgage Association, the Federal Florae Loan Mortgage Corporation, or any other governmental agency or any other public or private entity which performs (or may in the future perform) functions similar to those currently performed by such entities in order to induce any of such agencies or entities to make, purchase, sell, insure or guarantee mortgages covering Unit Ownerships; or (iii) bringing this Master Deed into compliance with Chapter 183 A to the extent of any non-compliance.

10. THE LINCOLNSHIRE CONDOMINIUM TRUST

The trust through which the Unit Owners will manage and regulate the Condominium established hereby is the Trust (as defined in Section 4 above). This Trust establishes a membership organization of which Unit Owners shall be members and in which such owners shall have beneficial interests in proportions equal to the percentages of undivided interests respectively set forth for the Common Areas in Exhibit C. The original and present Trustees are Rebecca A. Mattson and Charles V. Reed. The mailing address for the Trust is: c/o Raymond Property Company LLC, 306 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116.

The Trustees have enacted By-Laws, which are set forth in said Trust, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 183 A.

11. RESERVATION OF RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary hereinbefore contained, the Declarant hereof, hereby reserves to itself and its successors and assigns the right to grant or reserve in the future, without the consent of any Unit Owner, such other easements or restrictions on, over, across, through, and/or under the land comprised of the Condominium premises which the Declarant deems necessary, appropriate or advisable in connection with the development of said Land, provided only that such grants or reservations do not interfere unreasonably with the use of the Units and Common Areas for their intended purposes.

12. MISCELLANEOUS

A. The Units and the Common Areas, and the Unit Owners and the Trustees of the Trust, shall have the benefit of and be subject to the provisions of Chapter 183 A, and in all respects not specified in this Master Deed or in said Declaration of Trust of the Trust and the By-Laws set forth therein, shall be governed by provisions of Chapter 183 A in their relation to each other, and to the Condominium established hereby, including, without limitation, provisions thereof with respect to common expenses. Hinds and profits, with respect to improvement and rebuilding of Common Areas, and with respect to removal of the Condominium premises or any portion thereof from the provisions of Chapter 183 A. In case any of the provisions of this Master Deed conflict with the provisions of Chapter 183A, the provisions of Chapter 183A shall control.

B.    The Units and the Common Areas, and the Unit Owners and the Trustees of the Trust, shall have the benefit of and be subject to the provisions of the Declaration, including, without limitation, provisions thereof with respect to Common Expenses.

C.    The Declarant shall have all of the rights and obligations as owner of Units to which Declarant has record title.

D.    No Unit Owner shall execute any deed, mortgage or other instrument conveying or mortgaging title to his Unit without including therein the various rights and easements appurtenant to such Unit as set forth herein and if any such deed, mortgage or other instrument shall omit reference to such rights and easements, the same shall nevertheless be conveyed or mortgaged (as applicable), together with title to the Unit, notwithstanding such omission.

E.    If the owner of any Unit shall fail to perform any work or take any action required to be done or taken by such Unit Owner pursuant to this Master Deed, the Trust, or the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto, the Trustees may, but shall not be required to, do so and assess such Unit Owner for the costs thereof, for which such Unit Owner shall be liable in addition to and as part of such owner’s share of the Common Expenses, and until such charges are paid by such owner, the same shall constitute a lien against such Unit pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph and the provisions of Section 6 of Chapter 183 A.

F.    Li addition to any late charges which may be imposed by the Trustees under the Trust on account of any delinquency by a Unit Owner in the payment of charges assessed to such Unit under this Master Deed and/or the By-Laws, the amount of any such charge shall bear interest from the date on which such charge was first due until paid at the greater of (i) ten percent (10%) per annum; or (ii) two percent (2%) per annum over the Base Rate charged by Bank of America (or its successor in interest) from time to time. Such accrued interest, together with the reasonable costs of collection of any such charges (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) shall be added to the amount of such charge and shall, as in the case of such charge, constitute a lien on such Unit under the terms of Section 6 of Chapter 183 A, or as otherwise provided for in this Master Deed or the By-Laws.

G.    The captions herein are inserted only as a matter of convenience, and for reference, and in no way define, limit or describe the scope of this Master Deed nor the intent of any provision hereof. References in the descriptions contained in this Master Deed or the Plans of Units or Common Areas which includes terms like, “storage spaces”, “balconies”, “patios” and/or “decks” and the like are made only for the sake of convenience and shall not apply any limitation on or expansion of the uses permitted in such areas.

H.    Reference in this Master Deed to the Declarant shall mean Lincoln Charles LLC as aforesaid and its successors and assigns. The Declarant specifically reserves the right to assign all of its right, title and interest hereunder and under said Trust, provided that any such assignee of the Declarant assumes and agrees to be bound by all of the obligations of the Declarant set forth in this Master Deed and in said Trust. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Declarant assigns its rights, title and interest hereunder and under the Trust to an institutional mortgagee, such mortgagee shall only be bound by such obligations of the Declarant to the extent such mortgagee expressly assumes such in writing at the time of such assignment or to the extent such obligations are appurtenant to any Units to which such mortgagee is Declarant’s successor-in-interest. References herein to “Unit Owner” shall mean and include all the record owners of a Unit, the successors and assigns and the lessees and tenants from time to time thereof (the foregoing, however, shall not be interpreted to derogate from any applicable leasing or occupancy restrictions herein otherwise contained), and all such successors, assigns, lessees and tenants shall comply with applicable provisions of the Condominium Documents.

I.    No provision contained in this Master Deed shall be deemed to have been abrogated or wai ved by reason of any failure to enforce the same, irrespective of the number of violations or breaches which may occur.

J.    If any term or provision of this Master Deed or the application thereof to any person or circumstance shall, to any extent, be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Master Deed, or the application of such term or provision to persons or circumstances other than those as to which it is held invalid or unenforceable, as the case may be, shall not be affected thereby, and each term and provision of this Master Deed shall be valid and shall be enforced to the fullest extent permitted by law.

K. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, it is expressly understood and agreed that only the Land and Building shall be bound by the provisions of this Master Deed, and that the Declarant shall never be personally or individually bound or liable to anyone whomsoever with respect to any of the provisions of this Master Deed beyond the Declarant’s interest in the Land and Building comprising The Lincolnshire Condominium; and further that in no event shall any officer, director, shareholder, manager, employee or agent of the Declarant have personal or individual liability hereunder.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned has caused this Master Deed to be executed under seal, as of the day and year first above written.

LINCOLN CHARLES LLC

By: Lincoln Chari® Manager LLC, its Manager

. Jowfftaymond, Manager

EXHIBIT A

THE LINCOLNSHIRE CONDOMINIUM

Legal Description of the Land

A certain parcel of land situate in said Boston formerly numbered 12 to 28 both inclusive on Charles Street and 10 on River Street, bounded and described as follows: Easterly on said Charles Street one hundred fifteen and 17/100 (115.17) feet; southerly on land formerly of Sarah S. Fay and now or formerly of William Randolph Hearst, about seventy and 81/100 (70.81) feet; Westerly on said River Street, one hundred fifteen and 17/100 (115.17) feet; and northerly on land formerly of said Hearst, but now or formerly of Stephen R.H. Codman about seventy and 90/100 (70.90) feet containing 8,160 square feet, more or less. Said premises are shown on plan entitled “Plan of Land in Boston-Mass.” By Aspinwall & Lincoln, Civil Engineers dated Dec. 1, 1923, recorded with Suffolk Deeds Book 4515, Page 341.

Said premises are more particularly described as follows:

All that certain parcel of land on Charles Street and River Street, known and numbered as 20 Charles Street and formerly known and numbered as 12 to 28 Charles Street and 10 River Street in the City of Boston, Suffolk County, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, all as more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at a point on the westerly line of Charles Street, said point being North (on an assumed bearing system) and a distance of 99.22 feet from the intersection of said westerly line of Charles Street with the northerly line of Beacon Street;

THENCE running S 89 degrees 47’ 25” W, by land now or formerly of 68 Beacon Street,

Inc., a distance of 70.83 feet to a point on the easterly line of River Street;

THENCE running N 00 degrees 02’ 15” W, along said easterly line of River Street, a distance of 115.17 feet to a point;

THENCE running N 89 degrees 47’ 26” E, by land now or formerly of Trustees of “K” Atlantic Trust, said line being through the middle of a brick party wall, a distance of 70.90 feet, to a point on the aforesaid westerly line of Charles Street;

THENCE running South, along said westerly line of Charles Street, a distance of 115.17 feet to the point of beginning.

The above described parcel contains 8161 square feet, more or less.

The premises are subject to the following:

1.    Title to and rights of the public and others entitled thereto in and to those portions of the insured premises lying within the bounds of River Street and Charles Street.

2.    Terms and provisions of a party wall agreement as set forth in deed from Edward P. Sohier et al, Trustees to Sarah S. Fay dated July 19, 1878 and recorded with Suffolk County Registry of Deeds in Book 1480, Page 103.

3.    Terms and provisions of a party wall agreement by Laurence Minot and J. Henry Russell, Trustees, and William C. Codman and Alexander Kendall, Trustees, dated April 29, 1914 and recorded with said Registry of Deeds in Book 3800, Page 357.

4.   Rights, easements and covenants set forth in deed from Laurence Minot and J. Henry Russell, Trustees of Bryant Real Estate Trust to the City of Boston, dated July 22, 1920 and recorded with said Registry of Deeds in Book 4243, Page 431.

 

5.    Terms and conditions associated with reservation of improvements recited in deed dated August 21, 1984, recorded with said Deeds in Book 11109, Page 251

6.    Plan entitled “ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey, Prepared for Raymond Properties, 20 Charles Street, Boston, Massachusetts,” dated June 9, 2004, last revised June 21,

2004, by Cullinan Engineering Plan No. 20420068-C21-04, discloses the following:

(a)    belt course encroachments (1st & 2nd floors) over Charles Street and River Street;

(b)    belt course encroachments at bay windows (2nd & 3rd floors) over Charles Street and River Street;

(c)    overhand encroachments at Bay Windows (8th floor & roof) over Charles Street and River Street;

(d)    marquee overhang over 4.65’ on River Street;

(e)    three canopy overhangs over, two at 3.2’ and one at 2.5’ on Charles Street;

(f)    one sign over 3.2’ on Charles Street;

(g)    window well over, three at 1.7’ on Charles Street and five at 1.8’ on River Street;

(h)    ten iron brackets over 1.2’ onto property of 68 Beacon Street, Inc.

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EXHIBIT B

THE LINCOLNSHIRE CONDOMINIUM

Description of Unit

Unit No.

Floor

Rooms (‘ll

Approx. So. F

Commercial Units
A

First

2609

B

Basement & First

1731

C

First

1360

Residential 1 Units
201 *

Second

1.5 B, 1 BR, 1 S

2047

203

Second

1 B, 1 BR

571

204

Second

1 B, 1 BR

631

205

Second

1 B, 1 BR

589

206

Second

1 B, 1 BR

512

301

Third

1 B, 2 BR

778

302

Third

1 B, 2 BR

797

303

Third

1 B, 1 BR

505

304

Third

1 B, 2 BR

841

305

Third

1 B, 1 BR

502

306

Third

1 B, 1 BR

519

307

Third & Fourth

1 B, 1 BR

721

401

Fourth

1 B, 2 BR

778

402

Fourth

1 B, 2 BR

797

403

Fourth

1 B 1 BR

505

404

Fourth

1 B, 2 BR

841

405

Fourth

1 B, 1 BR

502

406

Fourth

1 B, 1 BR

519

501

Fifth

1 B, 2 BR

778

502

Fifth

1 B, 2 BR

797

503

Fifth

1 B, 1 BR

505

504

Fifth

1 B, 2 BR

841

505

Fifth

1 B, 1 BR

502

506

Fifth

1 B, 1 BR

519

507

Fifth & Sixth

1 B, 1 BR

721

601

Sixth

1 B, 2 BR

778

602

Sixth

1 B, 2 BR

797

603

Sixth

1 B, 1 BR

505

604

Sixth

1 B, 2 BR

841

605

Sixth

1 B, 1 BR

502

606

Sixth

1 B, 1 BR

519

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Unit No.

Floor

Composition and No. of Rooms m

Apnrox. So. Ft.

701

Seventh

1 B, 2 BR

778

702

Seventh

1 B, 2 BR

797

703

Seventh

1 B, 1 BR

505

704

Seventh

1 B, 2 BR

841

705

Seventh

1 B, 1 BR

502

706

Seventh

1 B, 1 BR

519

707

Seventh & Eighth

1 B, 1 BR

721

801

Eighth

1 B, 2 BR

778

802

Eighth

1 B, 2 BR

797

803

Eighth

1 B, 1 BR

505

804

Eighth

1 B, 2 BR

841

805

Eighth

1 B, 1 BR

502

806

Eighth

1 B, 1 BR

519

901 *

Ninth & Tenth

2.5 B, 2 BR

1166

902 *

Ninth & Tenth

1.5 B, 1 BR

812

Notes: (1) All Residential Units have a kitchen and a living room.

BR = Bedroom B = Bathroom S = Study

No. of rooms does not include foyers, entry halls or closets.

(2)    Approx. Sq. Ft. Area does not include appurtenant balconies/decks/patios or storage areas.

(3)    Each Unit has access to Common Areas immediately outside the door of the Unit, and to a corridor and/or stairs and, in the case of Residential Units, to an elevator.

(*) Residential Unit designated as having an appurtenant balcony/deck/patios.

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EXHIBIT C Part 1

THE LINCOLNSHIRE CONDOMINIUM

Percentage Interest Of All Units in the Common Areas

Unit No.

Percentage Interest

201

6.073

203

1.504

204

1.810

205

1.431

206

1.327

301

2.025

302

2.061

303

1.314

304

2.349

305

1.397

306

1.405

307

1.678

401

2.152

402

2.126

403

1.397

404

2.417

405

1.438

406

1.446

501

2.215

502

2.190

503

1.438

504

2.484

505

1.479

506

1.487

507

1.790

601

2.278

602

2.254

603

1.477

604

2.551

605

1.520

606

1.529

701

2.342

702

2.319

703

1.520

704

2.618

705

1.561

22
706

1.570

707

1.902

801

2.405

802

2.383

803

1.561

804

2.685

805

1.643

806

1.611

901

3.932

902

2.556

A

2.976

B

1.671

C

2.703

Total: 100.00

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EXHIBIT C Part H

 

THE LINCOLNSHIRE CONDOMINIUM Percentage Interest

Of Residential Units in the Residential Common Areas

 

Unit No.    Percentage Interest

201

6.555

203

1.623

204

1.953

205

1.545

206

1.433

301

2.186

302

2.225

303

1.419

304

2.536

305

1.507

306

1.516

307

1.811

401

2.323

402

2.294

403

1.507

404

2.608

405

1.552

406

1.561

501

2.391

502

2.364

503

1.552

504

2.681

505

1.596

506

1.605

507

1.932

601

2.459

602

2.433

603

1.594

604

2.753

605

1.640

606

1.650

701

2.528

702

2.503

703

1.640

704

2.826

705

1.685

706

1.695

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Percentage Interest

 

707

2.053

801

2.596

802

2.572

803

1.685

804

2.898

805

1.773

806

1.739

901

4.244

902

2.759

Total: 100.00

 

 

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