This tree-lined first block of Marlborough Street is perhaps one of the most elegant
neighborhoods in Boston.
Charles Kirby, the architect of the original Boston Public Library, built the two distinctive five-story residences at
13 & 15 Marlborough Street
in the French-inspired Brick
Academic style in 1864.
Keeping with the elegant tradition first established by Mr. Kirby, Stonegate, in collaboration with Ahern-Schopfer and Associates Architects, redesigned these two historic structures into one single building in 2004.
As the two buildings are now combined, each of the 6 single-floor townhouses has between 1,852 - 2,000 sf
of living space with 38 foot widths, which is
unusually wide for a Back Bay dwelling.
Elegant triple bay bowfront windows flood
the spacious living rooms, dining rooms and
master bedroom suites with sunlight.
13-15 Marlborough Street also includes the rarest and
most precious of all commodities in Boston: guaranteed parking for each owner. These are not normal alley spaces, but secure underground garage spaces
where electronic lifts allow you the luxury of keeping
not one but two cars in your Back Bay home!
Private foyers, elevator access, modern state-of-the-art kitchens, gas fireplaces, custom moldings, and
extra-high ceilings are just a few of the modern
touches that complement 13-15 Marlborough Street's traditional Boston beginnings.