A signet is a mark of distinction and the perfect name for the exquisite luxury condominiums of Signet on Boston’s iconic Beacon Hill. When William Blackstone built his home here in 1625, he could hardly have envisioned that this would become the city’s neighborhood of choice for centuries to come. In 1795, Jonathan Mason made the address his home. He was one of a small group of prominent citizens who formed the Mount Vernon Proprietors, America’s first real estate syndicate. The opulent mansion was demolished after his death in 1831. From John Hancock to Louisa May Alcott, Daniel Webster to Robert Frost, intriguing people have called Beacon Hill home. The patina of luxury, exclusivity, and gracious living remains. Welcome to Signet!
A sweeping staircase, Corinthian columns, lovely carved moldings…the grandeur of the past surrounds you at Signet. The understated façade of 63 Mount Vernon Street harbors seven magnificent homes, ranging from a pied à terre or potential caretaker suite to a grand multi-level penthouse. Separately or in combination, they invite you to experience an understanding of elegance seldom seen today. Crafted with meticulous attention to both historic detail and contemporary luxury lifestyles, the homes of Signet exemplify the best of Beacon Hill living today.
Luxurious finishes, such as white oak floors, Carrara marble bathrooms, and Adonis white countertops compliment carefully preserved historic architectural details, just as modern conveniences—an elevator, fitness center, deeded storage units, and keyless entry—are seamlessly integrated into the gracious ambience of the past.
Boston’s intimate scale makes Beacon Hill an ideal location. Walk across the Common for afternoon tea or an evening of theatre. Stroll past Back Bay’s magnolias and swan boats. Walk to work in the Financial District. Shop haute couture or unique boutiques. Run on the Esplanade, sail on the Charles, and choose from hundreds of nearby bakeries, cafés and restaurants.
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