The Lincolnshire Residences was originally built as a residential hotel during the roaring 1920s, was later remodeled into rental apartments and in 2006, revolutionized into 46 luxury residential condominiums with mostly one and two bedrooms with a three-bedroom thrown in as an additional plus.

Springtime is one of the most beautiful seasons in Boston. As the cold of winter gives way to the warmth of spring, nature comes back to life. We once again hear the birds chirping and the children laughing and watch the trees budding and the colorful flowers blooming.

Likewise, the city’s real estate market is also springing back to life. One of the many condos on the market now has a new owner. Unit 302-201 at 15 River St. on Beacon Hill is among the many that have been sold recently.

This beautiful 2,844-square-foot home at The Lincolnshire on Beacon Hill was sold on March 28 for $4,000,000. It was originally listed by Tracy Campion of Campion and Company Fine Homes Real Estate and was bought with Carmela Laurella of CL Properties.

The Lincolnshire Residences was originally built as a residential hotel during the roaring 1920s, was later remodeled into rental apartments and in 2006, revolutionized into 46 luxury residential condominiums with mostly one and two bedrooms with a three-bedroom thrown in as an additional plus.

During the transformation, The Lincolnshire Residences’ façade and roof obelisk were beautifully restored while the windows had historically accurate replacements, fully honoring the original building’s historic charm.

The ground floor of The Lincolnshire is home to a couple of restaurants accessible on the Charles Street side: Bin 26 Enoteca offers simple pasta dishes as well as formal multi-course haute cuisine handsomely paired with more than 60 wines; the Upper Crust is a very popular pizzeria that’s been around since 2001. Residents who don’t feel like cooking will not have to go far to find something good to eat. And those are only two of the many delectable dining options in the area.

The Lincolnshire sits at the foothills of Beacon Hill, a mere half-block away from the Public Garden and close to the Charles River Esplanade and Boston Common for year-round events and activities.

There are an assortment of eating establishments and a variety of retailers (from antiques and specialty shops to hardware and drug stores) dotting the famed roadways such as Newbury Street, Commonwealth Avenue and Boylston Street.

The Lincolnshire is within walking distance of the Theatre District, Downtown Crossing, Chinatown and the Financial District for other interesting and enriching venues. The subway is easily reached at the Arlington and Charles/MGH stations. Storrow Drive, Rt. 93 and the Mass Turnpike are also not too far away.

Living at The Lincolnshire means more than just buying a luxury condo. There are amenities galore. This is one of Beacon Hill's few buildings with 24-hour full service doormen and concierge service. The elegant lobby has twin elevators and each residence is wired to a video security system.

The fully furnished meeting room has Internet and phone service. A laundry room and a bicycle/stroller storage room are available on the lower level. All the residents can enjoy the beautiful common roof deck that comes with comfortable seating and beautiful views of the city and beyond.

Unit 302-201 embraces 2,844 square feet of living space, including three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, graced with beautiful hardwood floors and accented with elegant millwork and hardware throughout.

This home feels light and airy, filled with an abundance of natural light streaming in from the multiple oversized windows and charming French doors, heightened by the exquisite views of the Beacon Hill and Boston Common.

This duplex corner unit has a spacious open-concept kitchen and living areas carved from the original hotel ballroom. Intimate arrangement of furniture, a wet bar and a private walk-out deck make relaxing or entertaining with family and friends comfortable and easygoing.

The gourmet kitchen features all the upscale stainless appliances placed amid plenty of beautifully crafted cabinets and granite topped counters, creating a pleasant place for chefs and bakers to feel right at home while creating culinary cuisine.

The dining area has an old-world feel with all the modern-day comforts. A large fireplace embellished with a white mantled surround plus a slightly raised curved brick hearth adds to the ambiance.

The bedrooms and bathrooms are large and lavish. The master suite accommodates a separate fire-placed sitting room, a gigantic walk-in closet and a luxurious marble bath with soaking tub and separate shower. A door opens to the second private deck.