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The Whitwell

Tucked between Boston Common and the conveniences of the most sophisticated locale in the City, The Whitwell evokes a feeling of serenity while surrounded by Boston’s vibrant metropolis. Step through The Whitwell’s entrance to classic luxury and experience the historic magnificence of this transformation. This boutique corner masterpiece, encompassing 14 luxury homes, boasts gracious floor plans, exceptional views and brilliant natural light.The Whitwell’s direct elevator access to private garage parking crowns the opportunity to live at The Whitwell. . The common landscaped terrace showcases panoramic city views. With significant attention to detail, Boston’s finest development team has envisioned these residences as a symbol of extraordinary sophistication, surpassing expectations.Other amenities include a concierge. Estimated completion date of Fall 2016. Extensive finish package provided upon request.

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Amenities

  • 14 Luxury Homes
  • Steps from quintessential Beacon Hill shops, restaurants, antique galleries and all that Charles  St. offers
  • 2-7 plus bedroom residences from 1,850 to 3,250 square feet
  • Highly desirable single floor living
  • Three tremendous penthouses all with private terraces
  • Direct elevator access to onsite underground deeded garage parking
  • Onsite concierge
  • Common roof top terrace
  • Open floor plans overlooking the State House and Charles River
  • Custom millwork, state-of-the-art kitchens, and luxurious bathrooms
  • 12 foot ceilings coupled with windows spanning floor-to-ceiling
  • Gas Fireplaces
  • Easily accessible to major thoroughfares and Logan Airport
  • Minutes to Newbury Street and the Back Bay neighborhood
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Neighborhood

One of Boston’s oldest communities approximately one square mile in size, Beacon Hill is bound by Beacon Street, Bowdoin Street, Cambridge Street and Storrow Drive. Its architecture and lay- out is reflective of old colonial Boston, consisting of brick row houses with beautiful doors, decorative iron work, brick sidewalks, narrow streets, and gas lamps. Beacon Hill is also home to the Massachusetts State House and America’s first African Meeting House. Charles Street, the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare, is lined with antique shops and restaurants. Beacon Hill has been home to many notable Americans, including Louisa May Alcott, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Daniel Webster, Robert Frost, Sylvia Plath, and Senator John Kerry.

Charles and Cambridge Streets are Beacon Hill’s commercial streets. Charles Street is known for 40 antique shops, home decorating shops, delectable food shops and several good restaurants. Cambridge Street offers good restaurants, as well as two gas stations and a supermarket, now undergoing construction in Charles River Plaza. Both streets offer many unique neighborhood service shops, including one of the few independent pharmacies – Gary Drug – left in America. Cambridge Street is also the home of the venerable Massachusetts General Hospital.

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