Heat and hot water included
Laundry in building
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Amenities & Expenses
Instant Hot Water
Dogs and Cats Allowed
•Instant Hot Water
Nearby Transit & Points of Interest
Time and Distance from 72 Revere St Boston, MA 02114
An upscale historic district in downtown Boston, Beacon Hill resides on the coast of the Charles River, just north of the Boston Common. This historic 50-acre urban park offers the Hatch Memorial Shell, a riverside amphitheater with lawn seating. Beacon Hill is one of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in the country with brick-lined streets, gas lanterns, and historic landmarks. With its tourist attractions and lively residential community, Beacon Hill is a charming historic region with plenty of amenities to offer residents and visitors alike.
Historic architecture, antique shops, and fine eating and drinking spots define this Boston neighborhood. Visit historic homes like Nichols House Museum to tour a grand Beacon Hill residence from 1804, or venture over to the Museum of African American History on Joy Street. A prominent landmark and must-visit location is The Massachusetts State House in the center of town, built in 1795.