Do your dreams of planting your roots on Beacon Hill always seem beyond your means? Well, here’s the answer to both your dreams and your budget: a $315,000 condo at The Bellevue, on the very street that bears the very name of Boston’s most prestigious neighborhood. The 580-square-foot, 1-bedroom Unit 4S at 21 Beacon St. offers unusually high-end features for its low price:
- high ceilings;
- parquet floors;
- woodburning fireplace with ornamental mantel;
- crown and picture-frame moldings everywhere;
- updated kitchen and full bath;
- laundry and refuse collection room on each floor;
- common roofdeck and function room;
- elevator service;
- weekday concierge;
- on-site management and maintenance;
- views of many historic sites.
The living room brings out the spirit of the luxury apartment hotel The Bellevue was built as, in 1899. A double crown molding, picture-frame wall moldings, a bay window with curved-glass corners, a brass chandelier, a parquet floor, and an elegant fireplace with classic mantel and overmantel mirror will make you proud to entertain here.
Likewise in the formal dining room, which reprises many of the living room’s elegant elements for your dinner parties and other special occasions. The dining room leads right into the kitchen, which has been fully updated with classic custom cabinetry, a corner lazy Susan and state-of-the-art appliances, including a smooth-top electric cooktop.
The Bellevue is just that when you look out your windows and see these beautiful views:
…and, from the common roofdeck, the gleaming gold dome of Charles Bulfinch’s Massachusetts State House, Boston’s defining landmark for centuries.
The Bellevue’s pristine central location at the corner of Beacon Hill has been a desirable live-work locale for politicians and others since the State House’s dedication in 1789. Look at what else is steps from your doorstep: the Boston Athenaeum, Boston’s oldest private library with its fine collection of rare books on Boston history and much more; the Boston Common; Downtown Crossing, right down Park Street; Suffolk University Law School; Government Center and the Financial District; Red and Green Line subway service at Park Street Station; and Bowdoin Street’s direct access to Cambridge Street, where you’ll find:
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- Whole Foods Market at Charles River Plaza
- Beacon Hill Athletic Club
- Historic New England’s Harrison Gray Otis House museum
- first-class restaurants and cafes, including the Clink restaurant at the Liberty Hotel
- Rite-Aid Pharmacy
For more information on Unit 4S at The Bellevue at 21 Beacon St., or to arrange a private showing, contact: