Beacon Hill

Cobblestone streets and red brick homes fill Beacon Hill, one of the original Boston neighborhoods getting its name from a beacon that once stoop atop the hill to warn locals of foreign invasion. Its architecture and layout is reflective of old colonial Boston, consisting of brick row houses with beautiful doors, decorative iron work, brick sidewalks, narrow streets, and gas lamps. Beacon Hill borders Back Bay, The Boston Common and The Public Garden. Residents of the neighborhood can shop and relax on Charles Street, Beacon Hill’s main commercial area with various small boutiques, restaurants, and cafes. It is also the home of the State House, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Louisburg Square.

 

Our Favorite Spots and Things To Do:

  • Shop and stroll on Charles St and explore the many boutiques and shops.
  • Grab a quick bite or warm pastry at Tatte.
  • Visit The Paramount for a delicious brunch and a mimosa. Beware of the long line on Sundays!
  • Try a sandwich or salad along with a craft beer at Panificio Bistro & Bakery on Charles St.
  • Meet friends for a cocktail and dinner at the Liberty Hotel. Go to Scampo for dinner follwed by Alibi for an after dinner drink.

 

Off-Market Opportunities:

  • First and garden duplex with 2+ beds/2.5 baths, private garden – $2.7M+
  • Penthouse triplex with 3 beds/3.5 baths, private terrace – $3.895M+