Located in Beacon Hill, Bowdoin Place is a luxury building with 75 condos that was completed in 2004. The mixed-use building includes retail stores and offices, and residences. The building is best known for open floor plans, high ceilings and large picture windows overlooking Bowdoin and Cambridge Street. Homes range from 1 bedrooms with 700 square feet to 2+ beds with 1,600+ square feet. These units feature hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, walk-in closets and stainless steel kitchen appliances and granite counters. Some of the residences at Bowdoin Place have private outdoor terraces. The building’s direct-access garage parking is highly sought-after in Beacon Hill. Bowdoin Place is a professionally managed boutique building with concierge, common library and garage parking.
Bowdoin Street has a rich Boston tradition. It extends from the top of Beacon Street, down Beacon Hill to Cambridge Street, near the West End. Originally Bowdoin Street was called “Middlecott Street” as early as the 1750s. In 1805 it was renamed after the Governor James Bowdoin. Once home to Charles Bulfinch, a famed Boston architect who designed many of the building in Beacon Hill in the early 1800s. Bowdoin Street was also home to John F. Kennedy, who kept an apartment at #122 until his death. St. John the Evangelist, built in 1831, is another historic landmark on Bowdoin Street.
Bowdoin Place is located at the intersection of Cambridge and Bowdoin Street in Beacon Hill which is a short walk to the State House, Massachusetts General Hospital and Whole Foods Market. Bowdoin Place also enjoys easy access Government Center, Financial District and TD Garden. Major transportation points, including MBTA, North Station, Storrow Drive, Route 93 and Mass Pike are nearby.
Beacon Hill, the last of Boston’s three original hills, was named for the sentry light raised on its peak. Today, Beacon Hill is one of Boston’s premiere historic neighborhoods and home to the Commonwealth’s government. The State House, with its hallmark gold leaf dome, was built near the original colonial beacon and today shines over Boston Common.
Largely residential, the neighborhood is home to historic 19th century townhouses, many of which were designed by the famous Charles Bulfinch, architect of the State House and other Boston landmarks. The area’s small but prosperous commercial district extends down Charles Street, and is home to antique shops, gourmet food stores and restaurants. Beacon Hill is best known for it’s federal style rowhouses, gaslit streets and brick sidewalks.
3 bedroom sold in Bowdoin Place Average sold price - $1,370,000 ($933 / sqft)
|405||$1,590,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,464||09/15/2017||$1,086/SF|
|405||$1,490,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,464||04/04/2017||$1,018/SF|
|307||$1,330,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,485||08/14/2017||$896/SF|
|405||$1,070,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,464||01/13/2014||$731/SF|
2 bedroom sold in Bowdoin Place Average sold price - $1,059,803 ($753 / sqft)
|16||$1,370,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,375||05/08/2017||$996/SF|
|406||$1,300,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,463||10/09/2015||$889/SF|
|407||$1,230,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,470||05/19/2015||$837/SF|
|24||$1,150,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,410||08/31/2015||$816/SF|
|516||$1,303,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,610||03/06/2014||$809/SF|
|418||$1,115,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,701||08/23/2013||$655/SF|
|26||$1,010,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,410||02/11/2013||$716/SF|
|417||$1,050,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,139||11/01/2016||$922/SF|
|516||$1,010,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,610||08/13/2012||$627/SF|
|16||$995,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,375||07/15/2013||$724/SF|
|14||$897,500||2 / 2 / 1||1,374||07/02/2012||$653/SF|
|408||$910,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,464||07/12/2012||$622/SF|
|201||$856,550||2 / 2 / 1||1,418||06/27/2012||$604/SF|
|515||$895,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,096||09/15/2014||$817/SF|
|417||$805,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,333||07/27/2012||$604/SF|
1 bedroom sold in Bowdoin Place Average sold price - $533,976 ($708 / sqft)
|311||$715,000||1 / 1 / 0||765||09/30/2016||$935/SF|
|508||$648,000||1 / 1 / 0||778||10/15/2014||$833/SF|
|202||$525,000||1 / 1 / 0||706||05/30/2012||$744/SF|
|206||$247,904||1 / 1 / 0||777||04/27/2012||$319/SF|
Beacon Hill, the last of Boston's three original hills, was named for the sentry light raised on its peak. Today, Beacon Hill is one of Boston's premiere historic neighborhoods and home to the Commonwealth's government...