The Ames Mansion, at 306 Dartmouth Street, stands as a shining tribute to the splendor of Boston's Gilded Age. Unparalleled in detail, scale and prestige, the Back Bay mansion is now being restored, updated and transformed into luxury condominium residences with a private underground parking garage. Master artisans have been called upon the restoration of the home's magnificent historic details, including the rare mosaic tile adorning the entryway, intricately hand-carved woodwork throughout, stained glass skylights and window panels by John La Farge, and museum-quality murals by renown French Orientalist painter Jean-Joseph Benjamin Constant. Learn more about the Ames Mansion's transformation in the clip featured on Chronicle below.
The brand new residences within offer an inspiring blend of traditional opulence and every imaginable modern comfort and luxury. This painstaking endeavor overseen by Hamady Architects builds upon the original architecture and legacy of both Peabody & Stearns and John Hubbard Sturgis and is finally restoring an architectural treasure to Boston.
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