I’ve been keenly interested in the construction that’s been ongoing for the past few months at 427-457 Cummins Highway, Roslindale on Google Maps because I am currently listing 109 Pleasantview Street which directly abuts the property. I was able to get Todd Burne of Oak Lawn Cemetery and the current owner of the land through his Victoria-Mutual Limited Partnership entity on the phone today and, to his credit, he was forthcoming with information. He told me that Victoria-Mutual Limited Partnership is in the process of selling the land to NSTAR and that he believes that NSTAR is going to let the land sit before potentially developing it into an electrical substation but not a power plant; I believe that the land would be better suited as a solar power field. If this is true than the good news is that there won’t be a cemetery or a strip mall behind 109 Pleasantview Street. Maybe NSTAR’s purchase has something to do with this Universal Hub story from January 16th, 2014 titled “Fried power conduit causing repeated blackouts in Roslindale“? I’m glad that I finally have the answer to this lingering question because it’s always better to have answers for potential buyers of any property because buyers with questions aren’t buyers at all. With that being said, I’m glad to let you know that we’re reducing the listing price of 109 Pleasantview Street today from $419,900 to $409,900; it’s currently the least expensive single family property available in the City of Boston, without deed restrictions governing maximum assets and/or income, that was built in 1995 or later and listed on the MLS as of Tuesday, November 11th, 2014. I think that 109 Pleasantview Street is a great property that’s on the verge of going under agreement because the interest level has been extremely high.