Beacon Hill

Boston's oldest neighborhood, Beacon Hill is rich in history and architectural charm. Filled with quaint shops, neighborhood cafés and just a quick walk to the Charles River Esplanade, Beacon Hill is considered one of the most desirable places to live in Boston. From its famous Public Garden to the impressive State House, Beacon Hill is the quintessential Boston neighborhood.

86 Charles Street

A four-story historic Beacon Hill apartment and retail building, this property offers an exceptional location providing immediate access to shops, restaurants and public transportation. The common areas and apartment units have all been tastefully restored providing residents with the perfect blend of old world charm and modern convenience.

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90-92 Charles Street

A Handsome five-story, double-entry building with an impressive entrance located on one of Beacon Hill's most charming streets, this building provides efficiency sized studio units in an incomparable location. Limited parking available

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63-65 Hancock Street

Located behind the historic Massachusetts State House, this property features renovated common areas, a spacious backyard accessible to all residents and shared laundry facilities on the lower level. The renovated units feature exposed brick walls, hardwood floors and updated kitchens.

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41-43 Joy Street

Double bow-front buildings on Beacon Hill with an attractive lobby and spacious units.  Situated on one of the most charming streets on Beacon Hill, the building is just one block from the State House and within easy walking distance to the Whole Foods supermarket at Charles River Plaza and the many shops and restaurants on Charles Street.

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