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About 300 Boylston St Boston, MA 02116
The Heritage on the Garden is one of Boston’s finest doorman buildings on the Public Garden. Constructed in 1988 with 87 condos, condos at Heritage on the Garden range from studios with 800 square feet to penthouses with 4,000 plus square feet. Many of the front-facing condos have terraces and views overlooking the Boston Public Garden. Wood paneled lobby and library, daily coffee and tea service and Sunday brunch served to residents. Doorman, twenty-four hour concierge and professional management on-site. Self or valet parking available in the building’s garage. Award winning spa & health club and two exceptional restaurants located in the building. Heritage on the Garden is steps to Newbury Street, Beacon Hill & world class shopping & dining.
Located on the Corner of Boylston Street and Arlington Street, Heritage on the Garden, is in a premier location with terrific accessibility to the best shopping and dining that Boston has to offer. Located within the Heritage on the Garden building are fine shops including; Escada, Hermes, Christolfe, Bottega Veneta. The two restaurants in the building include Bistro du Midi featuring fine French cuisine as well as Via Matta which is a high-end restaurant. There is also an Exhale Spa in the building. Heritage on the Garden is also next to the prestigious Four Seasons and is within short walking distance to Beacon Hill and the South End. Public transportation is accessible right outside the building where the Arlington stop of the Green Line is conveniently located.
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.