- MLS® #: 72712311
- 45 Temple Street #ph1
- Boston, MA 02114
- 4 Bed, 4 Bath, 3,469 SqFt
- Agent: Kevin Caulfield
- Office: Compass
Beacon Hill is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Boston, with plenty of history, a seemingly endless supply of world-class amenities and many unique architectural gems. It also has plenty of park and river access, with borders on the Charles River and Boston Common to the west and south respectively. The other major borders are Cambridge Street, which leads to Longfellow Bridge across the river, and Somerset Street in the east. The area is connected to public transit by the MBTA blue and red lines: The Bowdoin, Park Street, Government Center and Charles-MGH stops connect Beacon Hill, Boston, to the city and beyond. (read more about living in Beacon Hill)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in Beacon Hill, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a Beacon Hill condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at 617-475-0111.
|All Listings||$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
This dense, diverse urban center provides access to many of Boston's cultural institutions and institutes of higher learning. MIT is right across the Longfellow Bridge, for example. The Museum of African American History and the Vilna Shul are right next door. Even among the seemingly unlimited cultural landmarks, the Federal-era Massachusetts State House stands out as one of the neighborhood's primary features. The main commercial streets are Charles and Cambridge, both lined with upscale cafes, restaurants, bars and boutiques catering to the area's largely well-to-do population and its official visitors.
There are many reasons that people love living in Beacon Hill. It has a wide variety of housing options, mostly towards the high end. Luxury living is the norm, usually with well-appointed interiors, excellent architectural pedigrees and world-class amenities. There is also some diversity in the market due to the presence of universities nearby. Many official visitors to Boston prefer this area due to its proximity to the State House and several of Massachusetts' other official buildings — a characteristic that also makes it a desirable home for those working in government or law. Last, but certainly not least, beacon Hill has everything anyone would need all within a few square blocks. It is truly a place to live, work and play. Let us assist you in finding a property that meets or exceeds all of your requirements. Contact one of our local experts today for a personalized search.