This beautiful and historic building is located one door down from the Massachusetts State House. It was originally constructed in 1899 as the Hotel Bellevue and has been rehabilitated into luxury condominiums.
Originally built in 1920 as a 36-unit apartment complex, 37 Beacon has more recently been redeveloped as a luxury condominium building. Location is everything with this building, being steps from Boston Common, the Financial District, Downtown Crossing, and the commercial neighborhood of Charles Street on Beacon Hill.
Located centrally between Beacon Hill and Midtown, this building boasts some of the best views in the city, especially from its 32nd floor roof deck. With all the luxury amenities, 45 Province epitomizes high-end Boston living.
101 Chestnut was originally built in 1918 and has since been redesigned as a luxury apartment building. This property boasts some of the city’s best river views from the common roof deck. One of Boston’s few full-fledged cooperative buildings.
This beautiful piece of history was constructed in 1827 and converted into 7 lavish residential condos in 2007. This building is centrally located, steps from all that Boston has to offer.
Built in 2004, this mixed-use development lends a modern aesthetic to the historic nature of the Beacon Hill Neighborhood. Very close to both the Blue and Red lines of the MBTA as well as a host of Beacon Hill’s best restaurants.
Lincolnshire Residences is a boutique concierge building centrally located on the flats of Beacon Hill. It is positioned one block from the Public Garden and Boston Common, as well as the Charles River Esplanade. Amazing 4th of July fireworks views!
This is a boutique elevator building located at the intersection of Garden Street and Cambridge Street in Boston’s beautiful and historic Beacon Hill neighborhood. Pieces of the church that originally sat at this location are on display in the lobby of One Garden. PET FRIENDLY