Back Bay

Considered one of the finest and most elegant neighborhoods in America, the Back Bay features extraordinary 19th-century architecture, the fabulous boutiques of Newbury Street, exceptional restaurants and easy access to public transportation. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted the Back Bay was inspired by French boulevards and has a formal look that defines its charm.

529 Beacon Street

A double-brownstone building featuring a handsome exterior in a great location. This property offers a wide range of generously proportioned updated apartments, easily accessibility to the T, Newbury Street shopping, and bus access to Cambridge.

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304 Berkeley Street

A striking, architecturally significant Back Bay brownstone with a distinctive turret and an impressive lobby. Ideally located close to the Public Garden and the Boston Common as well as the shops and restaurants of Back Bay and Charles Street.

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172 Commonwealth Avenue

This is an architecturally significant building featuring an ornate brownstone façade and spectacular dark oak lobby. The units offer great detail, high ceilings and efficient layouts. The building is exceptionally located in the heart of the Back Bay.

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176 Commonwealth Avenue

One of the Back Bay's most distinctive brownstone buildings, this structure is both architecturally significant and in spectacular condition. This building boasts a striking lobby with original dark oak detail featuring condominium quality units. This is one of the most prestigious locations in the entire Back Bay.

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31 Marlborough Street

This stately five-story stucco townhouse building is located on the prestigious first-block of Marlborough Street just steps from the Boston Public Garden. The location is considered by many as one of the best residential locations in the city. The building features large, spacious floor-through apartment homes with high ceilings, fireplaces, and fully renovated units.

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