Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill condos give residents access to all that this historic neighborhood of Boston has to offer. The luxury residences in Beacon Hill are very popular because of the close proximity to the state house, Boston Common, and the Boston waterfront.

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25 Beacon
Neighborhood Beacon Hill | Number of Units 6 | Year Built 2017

Campion and Company is pleased to introduce 25 Beacon, Boston’s most prestigious new address directly overlooking the State House gardens and Boston Common. A boutique building of just six exquisite homes, 25 Beacon offers floor-through residences that are splashed with sunlight from three exposures. Superior design is matched by quality construction, superb craftsmanship, the latest technology and the finest finishes and fixtures. Luxurious amenities include an on-site garage with valet parking for two cars, 24-hour doorman, direct elevator access, dedicated storage rooms, bike storage, wine cellar and fitness room. To live at 25 Beacon will be to enjoy a Beacon Hill rarity: 21st-century comfort in an 18th-century neighborhood.

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40 Beacon Street
Neighborhood Beacon Hill | Year Built 1818/2019

The entirety of Forty Beacon reflects the understated elegance that was Beacon Hill in the early 19th century, from its stately façade to its grandly scaled interiors decorated with period architectural details. The building is currently undergoing renovation, and will offer four spacious condominium residences that will live comfortably in the 21st century.  

Facing Boston Common, the spacious homes offer elevator access, private terraces, wide floor plans and on-site parking. The building dates to 1818 and boasts the historic detailing—including a gorgeous Bulfinch style staircase—and ceiling heights that are a hallmark of that era. The remodel has preserved as much detail and scale as possible, but also caters to a transitional aesthetic by offering top-of-the-line finishes and every modern residential amenity. 

More about 40 Beacon’s history…An exquisite example of the Greek Revival style of architecture, this handsome brick structure was originally built in 1818. Carved Greek key patterned lintels surmount the elegant six-over-six windows on the first floor and a classic Ionic columned entry of white marble draws your eye to towards the leaded glass fanlight beyond. Delicate, wrought iron balconies line the piano nobile of the home, a floor with breathtaking, 16-foot ceilings and triple sash windows original to the residence.

The land here, overlooking the Boston Common, had been owned by painter John Singleton Copley prior to 1818, and in 1819, Nathan Appleton and hotel owner Daniel P. Parker bought a home that had been standing on the property and tore it down. They then had twin houses built, designed by architect Alexander Parris and numbered 39 and 40 Beacon Street. This home and its neighbor have had a storied architectural and social past. In number 40, the main sweeping staircase is an original in the design of Charles Bulfinch. In 1843 Appleton’s daughter Fanny was married in number 39 to poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

From 1914 to the 1990s number 40 housed the Women’s City Club of Boston. Now known as the Appleton-Parker House, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

  

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Joy Beacon Hill
Neighborhood Beacon Hill | Number of Units 9 | Year Built 2019

Joy Beacon Hill presents the newest boutique collection of nine luxury residences less than one block from Boston Common. The residences, located at 3, 4, and 5 Joy Street, are set within thoughtfully restored Federal Era townhouses designed to offer a classic yet contemporary Beacon Hill home. They have been reinterpreted for today’s lifestyles with stately and modern interiors that flow seamlessly to unparalleled private outdoor gardens and terraces, a true rarity on Beacon Hill. Each building offers three luxury residences: a Garden Duplex, a Terrace Floor-through, and a Penthouse Triplex with an exclusive elevator.

The Joy Street residences enjoy their own rich history as the former headquarters of the Appalachian Mountain Club, a group of trailblazing outdoor enthusiasts essential to the establishment of the Appalachian Trail and who continue to promote the conservation and enjoyment of the great outdoors. This legacy lives on through the distinctive design of these Joy Street homes, which harmoniously integrate grand interiors with handsome gardens and terraces, a true rarity on Beacon Hill.

Campion and Company is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Joy Beacon Hill. Contact Mark Doherty, Exclusive Sales Agent, if you have questions or would like to schedule a private showing. 

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The Tudor on the Park
Neighborhood Beacon Hill | Number of Units N/A | Year Built N/A

The Tudor on the Park, located in the exclusive neighborhood of Beacon Hill, is a unique and highly sought after luxury building. The Queen-Anne style building, formerly a hotel, was constructed in 1886. The exterior, designed with puddingstone and brick, brings out the charm of the historic residence.

The 17 units within the building have direct elevator access, bow windows, and gas fireplaces. Kitchens have top-of-the-line, stainless steel Thermador and Bosch appliances.. While condos have been regularly renovated with unique finishes and fixtures, the original charm of the homes and overall building has been maintained.

Depending on the location of the unit, residents have stunning view of either the Boston Common or the Charles River. Given the prime location of the residence, you will not only have a great view of these landmarks, but also enjoy them within minutes. Downtown Crossing, Financial District, the Boston Common, the Esplanade, and Back Bay—key neighborhoods and landmarks in the city—are all only steps away from the Tudor on the Park. Other services offered within the building include concierge and valet parking.


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Armory on the Park
Neighborhood Beacon Hill | Number of Units N/A | Year Built N/A

Amidst the splendor of Beacon Hill, one of Boston’s finest neighborhoods, Amory on the Park graciously combines time-honored traditions of America’s oldest major city with state-of-the-art modern day conveniences of city living. Boasting the highest standard of living, each residence is designed with luxurious amenities that recall the home’s exquisite past with many distinctive features and special touches enhancing the original grandeur.

Magnificent features include palatial ceiling heights with elaborate moldings, gorgeous tall windows offering views of Boston Common and the Public Garden, elegant gas fireplaces with extraordinary mantles, inlaid hardwood floors and the finest crafted mahogany hardwood doors and fittings, state-of-the-art kitchens including stainless steel appliances, opulent marble baths, sophisticated heating and air conditioning systems, direct elevator access to all residences, common roof deck, full service concierge, and convenient garage parking.


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