This is a stunningly beautiful home on Beacon Hill that includes three large bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths.
Unit 5 at 25 Beacon St. sold on Oct. 5 for $8,800,000. Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate is the listing and buyer’s agent.
This is a stunningly beautiful home on Beacon Hill that includes three large bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. This is a home with 3,577 square feet of pure luxury and comfort.
25 Beacon, which is a boutique building of six exquisite homes, overlooks the State House gardens and Boston Common. Residents get the best of 21st century luxury comfort in a neighborhood that radiates an 18th century feeling in a growing 21st century international city.
The six spacious luxury units are floor-through residences splashed with sunlight shining in from three exposures.
No shortcuts were taken in the design or construction of these magnificent homes. The design is superior and easily matched by the high quality construction, superb craftsmanship, the latest technology and the finest finishes and fixtures.
Among the luxurious amenities the new owners will enjoy are an on-site garage with valet parking for two cars, 24-hour doorman, direct elevator access, dedicated storage rooms, bike storage and wine cellar. No need to travel far to work off the abundance of holiday food that marks the season because residents here get to use the onsite fitness room.
Unit 5 is on the fifth floor and includes seven spacious rooms. The kitchen is a high end state of the art chef’s paradise. The master bedroom suite is large, inviting and comfortable and contains a gorgeous en suite bathroom. Among the many highlights of this bathroom is the relaxing tub. It’s a great place to soak away the pressures of the world.
The design of this home allows for the flow of the rooms to feel seamless and large. No one is ever going to feel crowded here.
Beacon Hill is a neighborhood that is always in high demand. The location is ideal for life in Boston with easily access on foot to the beautiful Public Garden and Boston Common, the Charles River Esplanade, the State House, the Theater District and Copley Square. There are plenty of fascinating restaurants and shops of all types, ranging from antiques to jewelry to clothing. Also enjoy the art galleries and boutiques along Charles Street.
There is also easy access to the MBTA Red Line at Charles Street/MGH and Park Street stations, Silver Line on Tremont Street and the Green Line at the Arlington Street station. Storrow Drive and Route 90 are nearby for those who need to drive.
For more information on what’s on the market, contact Campion & Company online at https://www.campionre.com or phone 617-236-0711.