Born of another era, generally referred to as the Belle Époque (French for ‘Beautiful Era’) these three townhouses on the upper end of Back Bay’s Commonwealth Avenue were built at the turn of the 20th century at the absolute pinnacle of Back Bay architecture. In 2012, The Holland Companies collaborated with Grassi Design Group to turn these three buildings into a single, dazzling set of eleven one-of-a-kind residences offering grand entertaining spaces not seen in Boston’s Back Bay in 100 years.
Designer Klaus Fuchs took the best features of the original Great Hall designed by Peabody and Stearns with its breathtaking elliptical staircase and massive stone fireplaces and transformed it into a warm, inviting residential lobby. A breathtaking elliptical staircase and massive stone fireplaces combine to create a lobby that is a visual tour de force. This elegant entry sets the tone for the uncommonly spacious, light-filled residences beyond.
With ceilings of up to 16 feet and an unheard of width of 86 feet, these redesigned residences truly represent Park Avenue living on tree-lined Commonwealth Avenue. Every amenity today’s discriminating buyer looks for has been provided. Nothing has been overlooked to assure comfort and convenience.
With a superb location - ideal whether walking or driving - The Bradley Mansion is a coveted address in the Back Bay.