Boston Condo Rental Photos and Description
520 Sq. Ft. Elegant Brownstone Studio In The Most Prime Location Of Back Bay.
Boston's Back Bay Elegance, 14 foot ceilings, 540 square foot studio once a Gentleman's Parlor, fully furnished and equipped, perfect for extended stays in Boston, especially for researchers and people visiting the colleges and hospitals. Private brownstone residence. Beautiful bay windows provide lovely seating area for snowy days
7 night minimum (Condominium Rules)
More privacy and freedom than a bed and breakfast
Five minute walk from the New England Historic and Genealogical Society
Ten minute walk from Boston Public Library
Fifteen minute walk (one subway stop) from the Massachusetts Historical Society
Brand new, fully equipped kitchenette
Coin operated laundry facilities in basement
Second floor facing Beacon Street (sorry, no elevator)
Easy walk to shops and restaurants on Newbury Street, Beacon Hill’s charming Charles Street, theater district and more.
A block and a half from the Public Garden
Queen bed (firm McRoskey mattress)
Sleeps 2 (max)
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- not suitable for children
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Mary Mitchell
A California native with ancestral roots in Boston. Descendant of 13 Mayflower passengers, William Dawes and Henry Knox. I spend most of my time in Boston doing research. Author of three books so far.
Mary Mitchell purchased this condo in 2012
Why Mary Mitchell chose Boston
This condo is in the center of it all when you want to really 'do' Boston. Across the street is the Fiedler foot bridge to the Esplanade. Three blocks away is the Newbury shopping area. Walk three blocks the other way and you are on Beacon Hill. The Freedom Trail is a couple of subway stops away. You can also walk to the theaters.
What makes this condo unique
You don't want a car in Boston. You want to stay right in the middle of Back Bay. This place isn't only convenient, it is a beautiful example of Back Bay brownstone living. Take a look at the photos. It's gorgeous. The unit used to be a Gentleman's Parlor. Notice the ornate rosette on the ceiling and the lovely bay windows. What a great place to sit on a snowy day and read about American history.