212 Beacon Street, Boston
The redevelopment of 212 Beacon Street in the lower Back Bay provided homeowners unique opportunities within the restored traditional Boston brownstone.
A flashback to historic Boston, 212 Beacon Street was built in 1863 by architect John Hubbard Sturgis of Sturgis & Brigham Architects. In addition to his work in the private sector, Mr. Sturgis’ more famous works included the first Museum of Fine Arts in Copley Square and the Church of the Advent on Beacon Hill.
In 2006, Stonegate Group engaged the established architectural firm of Ahearn-Schopfer & Associates to bring 3 luxury duplex residences back to prestigious Beacon Street.
This site shows off spectacular east and west views of the Charles River and the floor-through homes offer southern vistas of Back Bay. The property is located adjacent to the Dartmouth Street Footbridge at the Charles River Esplanade.
High ceilings, formal living spaces, 2+ bedrooms, direct elevator access, a private courtyard, roof decks and garage parking are amenities offered by these homes. Finishes of the highest quality compliment the historic detail. Steps from the Charles River and minutes to Downtown, this gem in the Back Bay shines once again.