The Meads Of Commonwealth

Neighborhood: Back Bay
Number of Units: 13
Year Built: 2007
Sales Min / Max Price: Please Inquire
Building Address: 413-415-419 Commonwealth Avenue
Building Info:
  • Garage parking
  • Elevator
Unit Info:
  • Soaring ceilings
  • Private gardens
  • State-of-the-art kitchens with climate controlled wine storage
  • Spa-like baths with steam showers
  • Custom designed walk-in closets

The Meads of Commonwealth, a three-building complex at 413-415 and 419 Commonwealth Avenue, was developed in 2007 by Terra Mark LLC. The Meads includes thirteen residences, eight of which have been fashioned within 413-415 Commonwealth Avenue, a double house that was designed in 1890 by the renowned architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White. Another four condominiums were created at 419 Commonwealth Avenue, which is situated at the corner of Charlesgate East. Peabody and Stearns, another equally significant architectural firm, designed 419 Commonwealth in 1891. The four condos at 419 Commonwealth have a separate entrance from Charlesgate East and an elevator that ascends from the garage to each unit. The name of the complex is taken from one of the original architects – William Rutherford Mead.

The one-of-a-kind homes feature grand entertaining spaces with roaring fires, soaring ceilings, private gardens and garage parking. State-of-the-art kitchens with climate controlled wine storage, spa baths with steam showers and custom designed walk-in closets are only a few of the amenities that define a return to gracious living in one of the world’s most elegant cities.

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