Beacon Hill is America’s foremost urban neighborhood. Its characteristic beautiful 19th century architecture inspired the formation of the Beacon Hill Architectural Commission, the model for preservation around the country. From the cobblestoned streets dotted by gaslights which burn perpetually to the famous hidden gardens which open to the public once a year, from the carriage houses of Byron Street to the stately mansions of Louisburg Square, from the classic antique shops to the chic newer independent boutiques of Charles Street, Beacon Hill delights visitors from across the nation and around the world.
Beacon Hill also happens to be a wonderful place to live. Gourmet food shops, excellent restaurants, renowned bars, the friendliest hardware shop around and a drugstore which has been operating in the same location for over a hundred years. All a stone’s throw from the Charles River Esplanade, the Boston Common and the Public Garden. Beacon Hill is so central and convenient to the rest of Boston that many residents do not find it necessary to own a car.
We know you will enjoy Beacon Hill as much as we enjoy it.