About this listing
New bed frame, new desk and new sofa chair (upgrade on Jan. 2, 2015)
Closer to State house/Boston Common - great downtown location, easy access to tourist area. See more detail below:
Our home is located next to the historic State House and the much-loved Boston Commons.
Inside you'll find a fully equipped kitchen with a queen sized bed and a private bath. There is a walk in closet for you to use during your stay.
Our 262 square condo features high ceilings, parquet hardwood floors, and an open kitchen with cabinets and appliances. There's also a microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher.
Some of the amenities we offer are a laptop with free WiFi, a 22 inch wide screen with LCD HDTV with a DVD player. We can also provide luxury linens and towels and an air conditioning unit.
In addition, there are laundry facilities in the building which is very convenient for you!
Please enjoy the modern feel of a newly furnished condo and do not miss the sights from the roof deck which oversees Boston at the most central point of the city!
A beautiful roofdeck and laundry on every floor.
Interaction with Guests
We will be available to help and answer questions anytime by phone/email/text. We do not live in the apartment so We won't be disturbing you.
Just steps to the Boston Common and located in Beacon Hill. This apartment is in the center of Downtown Boston and the Freedom Trail. Everything is close by and walkable. There is a convenience store in the building - easy for getting quick groceries. There are also 2 restaurants in the building and tons of other restaurants close. All of the major subway lines are only a 5 minute walk away. The locaiton is perfect! A Whole Foods is a 10-minute walk
It is at the intersection of Beacon Street and Bowdoin Street in downtown Boston.
Beacon Hill is located directly behind the gold domed State House adjacent to the downtown section. Today, Beacon Hill is regarded as one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Boston offering character and charm seldom matched elsewhere in the city.
Charles Street is the neighborhood's main street and is filled with antique shops, enticing cafes, restaurants, delectable food shops, and boutiques. Cambridge Street offers restaurants, a Whole Foods supermarket and is also the home of the venerable Massachusetts General Hospital. Both streets offer many unique neighborhood shops.
Hop on a train at Park T/Green or Red line station and go to
- South Station in 5 mins;
- MIT in 10 mins;
- Harvard University in 15 mins.
Taxis/Uber/Lyft/Hailo are easy to catch in our neighborhood.
No pet, No smoking - Quite hours : 9pm - 8am