This 'writer's hideaway' on Beacon Hill has a special blend of modern convenience and historical character. Perfect for traveling families, parents visiting neighboring universities or a hotel alternative for business travel.
This sunny & comfortable unit includes a W Hotel bed, Apple TV, Geneva iPod sound system, complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, SMEG refrigerator, black & white tile in bathroom, refinished hardwood floors, bamboo kitchen floor, Samsung flat panel television, five windows (which open), roof deck access and a deeded parking space for an additional fee. Our condo provides the perfect location for your Boston adventure and is close to everything the city has to offer. From Faneuil Hall to the North End, Charles Street antique shops to the Public Garden.
Our condo is located on the 4th floor of a quiet building, on a lovely tree lined street. Sleeping arrangements include a full size bed, twin sleeper sofa and twin air mattress. Guests always have the option of relaxing outside of the apartment on the building's private roof-deck. Important to note that there is no elevator in our building.
Half payment upfront to lock in your reservation. Payment via personal check or via credit card (paypal).
Our listing calendar shows availability. Rates are $145/night, $900/week and $2,200/month.
We now have a deeded parking space available for rent as well. Parking is quite scarce in Boston, almost impossible to find on Beacon Hill. For guests at our apartment, the rental rate is $25/night. This is a great value as overnight parking cost in Boston averages $40/night.
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Software professional working in Boston.
We love Boston and wanted a quiet hideaway to use on a whim.
Sledding on the Boston Common or a swan boat tour in the Public Garden. Strolling along Charles Street or grabbing some Italian in the North End.
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