Beacon Hill Luxury Apartments
This magnificent Brownstone conversion tops Beacon Hill. Mere steps away from the State House Tudor on the Park blends old world elegance with the comfort of modern luxury. Fully serviced with a 24/7 concierge, direct elevator access and a rare garage valet parking, the building offers sweeping views of the Boston Commons and the Charles River. Converted in the 90’s with an eye for perfection and an attention to detail, the magnificence of the interiors illustrates, with unparalleled class and vibrancy, the very idea of opulent living.
The foothills of Beacon Hill are home to the Lincolnshire. Half a block away from the Public Garden and close to the Charles River Esplanade, this residence was converted in 2006; the roaring 1920’s hotel became a 27 one bedroom and 19 two bedroom condominium building. Improvements include a completely restored lobby with upgraded elevators. The windows, roof obelisk and facade were renovated with historically accurate materials and techniques, conserving the original charm of the building. Bin 26, a fine dining restaurant, and the Upper Crust are located on the ground floor. However, the convenience of this location extends beyond the walls of the building. The immediate surroundings include many antique stores, hardware stores, drug stores, specialty shops and superb restaurants. In addition, Downtown Boston, Newbury Street and the Financial District are all within walking distance. Amenities at The Lincolnshire include access to the common roof deck, 24-hour concierge service, a video security system, and a fully furnished meeting room wired for Internet and phone service. A laundry room and a bicycle/stroller storage room are available on the lower level.
The Claflin Building was inspired by Rosario Candelaâ’s pre-war New York style cooperative apartments. The residences at the Claflin Building offer spacious floor plans, high ceilings, grand entrances and oversized rooms and windows. High-end details and finishes are reflected in the custom-made kitchens and bathrooms as well as in the living areas. Custom millwork, moldings, and white-oak herringbone floors are the perfect complement to the most amazing views of the Boston skyline and the Charles River. The building is located just steps from the Boston Public Gardens, and along the Green Line at the Arlington station.