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About 232 Beacon St Boston, MA 02116
Boasting 1450 square feet, this spacious 2 bedroom condominium is rich with exquisite detail: authentic inlaid cherry and maple woodwork flooring, custom built-ins, over-sized windows, Carrera marble bathrooms, custom moldings, high ceilings with the piece of art ceiling medallion and original lighting fixtures throughout. The great room radiates from large floor-to-ceiling windows leading to a large private deck with wonderful views of the Charles River and the Esplanade, has a beautiful marble fireplace and an adjacent formal dining room. The Chef's kitchen has a separate eating area, granite counter tops, and a fully appointed stainless steel appliance package. Both very large bedrooms have an abundance of storage, and the master suite features a marble en suite bath complete with Jacuzzi tub. There is also a second full guest bath in the hallway.
This unit has direct elevator access from the lobby, laundry in unit, central heat. Building is well maintaineed and has extra laundry room, shared roof deck with a breath taking views, additional shared space with the barbecue and security system.
Rent includes 2 parking space, heat and hot water. No cats, dogs up to 32 lbs. Available 11/1/17.
Known as one of Boston’s trendiest areas for shopping and dining, Back Bay is also home to some of Boston’s most recognizable landmarks, including the Boston Public Library, Hancock Tower, and the Back Bay Architectural District. This section of Boston is largely anchored by the Prudential Center, whose Skywalk Observatory is one of the best vantage points for soaking in views of the city.
The local academic community includes the prestigious Berklee College of Music, the Boston Conservatory, and the Boston Architectural College. Back Bay’s location along the Charles River allows for a considerable amount of waterfront property, and the Charles River Esplanade is a popular greenspace for walkers, runners, and cyclists.
Boston Public Gardens and Boston Common are practically right next door, giving residents easy access to the city’s most famous parks.