Location, Location, Location! One of the most photographed streets in historic Beacon Hill, Boston. Steps from Charles Street, and the Public Garden. Short walk to Esplanade, Mass General Hospital.
→ The single most sought after and most expensive neighborhood in Boston!
→ On one of the most photographed streets in Boston!
→ 600 square feet
→ Walk Score 98 (most errands accomplished on foot)
→ Transit Score 90 (transit options very close)
→ Fully equipped kitchen
→ Stylish renovated apartment within Authentic Historical
→ 8 min to downtown Boston
→ Bedroom with Queen sized bed and luxury all cotton bedding
→ Newly renovated stylish bathroom
→ Living room with flat screen TV and premium cable package, all the channels!
→ Comfortable Pull out sofa for a third sleeper
→ Fully equipped kitchen
Classically Bostonian, the building was built a little over 100 years ago and still maintains its historic facade. Gas lights, charming brownstones, and cobble stone streets surround you outside. The brownstone sits on one of the most photographed streets in Boston. You will have a restful stay in a safe oasis of a bustling city. Spaces are charming, cozy and quintessential Boston with full modern amenities - feels like 1890 in this part of town. Enjoy the history with all the creature comforts of modern day.
Beacon Hill, one of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in the United States, is a thriving residential community and a popular tourist destination, located just a short walk from Boston's theater district. This charming historic region, with its Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian architecture is known for its historical landmarks, and its many antique shops, boutiques, and fine eating and drinking establishments. The area, approximately one-half to three quarters of a mile square, is bounded by Cambridge Street on the north, Somerset Street on the east, Beacon Street on the south, and Storrow Drive on the west. The Massachusetts State House, with its magnificent gilded dome, is a prominent landmark on Beacon Street just across from the Boston Common, a popular park enjoyed by residents and tourists alike.
"Walkers Paradise" 98 Walking Score out of 100
Conveniently located near:
3 minute walk to Starbucks
1 minute away from restaurants and takeout places
5 minute walk to Green/Orange/Red lines
10 minute walk to Downtown Crossing (Primark, Macy's, Forever 21)
10 minute walk to Whole Foods
10 minute walk to Mass General Hospital
3 minutes to Boston Common Park
10 minute to start of Freedom Trail
10 minute walk to TJ Maxx, Marshalls, H&M, DSW, Gap, and much more
15 minute to Boston Ballet House feature famous Nutcracker ballet
15 minutes to Chinatown and good Chinese restaurants
5 minutes to the Old State House (with a yummy steak house inside)
10 minutes to 24 hour Walgreens
10 minute walk to Blue line
10 minute walk to Quincy Market
10 minute walk to the biggest AMC movie theater in Boston 15 minute walk to the aquarium
5 minute subway ride to MIT
15 minute walk to the North End and Little Italy (or 5 minutes by subway)
10 minute walk to Charles River
15 minute subway ride to Harvard