The Bradley Mansion is located on the sunny side of Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s Back Bay, the most iconic neighborhood in the city. This boutique luxury residence was converted from three grand 19-century townhouses designed by Peabody and Stearns in 1898. The townhouses were completely renovated in 2012 and today comprises 11 custom-built luxury homes. The Bradley Mansion features all the modern amenities of a new luxury building but still retains much of the original period detail. The unique mix of vintage charm and contemporary convenience of this Commonwealth Avenue property brings unique and superb living in the city. The ceilings in some units boast up to 16 feet, homes feature open floor plans, state-of-the-art kitchens, spa-like baths, the finest mill work and finishes and Smart Home Technology. There is plenty of outdoor living space, a magnificent marble lobby of the Renaissance era, deeded heated garage parking, elevators access, a concierge in building, as well as spectacular views of the city and the river. The Bradley Mansion is a pet friendly building.
The Bradley Mansion’s location in Back Bay offers easy access to The Fenway, Cambridge, Beacon Hill and The South End. This building is also steps to Boston’s historical Fenway Park, home of the World Champion Red Sox, shops at The Prudential Mall and Trader Joe’s. Just outside the building’s front door, the Commonwealth Avenue Mall is a grand allée of shade trees forming the central axis of the Back Bay, connecting the Public Garden to the Back Bay Fens. The Commonwealth Avenue Mall’s 32 acres were designed in the French boulevard style by Arthur Gilman in 1856. From its inception, the Mall has been a vital amenity for both residents and visitors. Winston Churchill praised it as “the grandest boulevard in North America.” Around the corner residence have access to the finest designer clothing and retail stores on Newbury Street. An abundance of Boston’s most revered restaurants and cafes can also be found within a short walk along Newbury and Boylston Streets.
The MBTA Green Line station at Hynes Convention Center, and Storrow Drive are easily accessible to the residences of The Bradley Mansion. A few blocks from this building is The Charles River Esplanade. It is situated in the Back Bay area of the city, on the banks of the Charles River. In the park are walkways, statuary, the Hatch Memorial Shell performance stage, playgrounds, ball fields, and Community Boating.
Beginning in 1857 and continuing until 1880, the Back Bay, the body of water separating Boston from Brookline, was filled, adding 450 acres of land to the city of Boston. Today it stands as one of the City’s premiere neighborhoods. Marked by historic and exclusive boulevards, such as Newbury Street and Commonwealth Avenue, the Back Bay is home to the northern portion of the City’s Emerald Necklace, the green space that threads its way through the inner core of the city.
The neighborhood is also one of the busiest retail sections of Boston, with a thriving commercial center along Boylston and Newbury Streets, and including the nearby Prudential Center and Copley Place.
3 bedroom sold in Bradley Mansion Average sold price - $4,211,767 ($1,151 / sqft)
|B||$5,887,500||4 / 4 / 1||4,600||08/28/2015||$1,280/SF|
|C||$5,500,000||4 / 4 / 1||4,160||03/05/2013||$1,322/SF|
|E||$4,800,000||3 / 3 / 2||3,725||01/31/2014||$1,289/SF|
|C||$5,200,000||4 / 4 / 1||4,160||03/26/2014||$1,250/SF|
|H/J||$4,740,000||4 / 4 / 1||4,306||12/31/2012||$1,101/SF|
|E||$4,200,000||5 / 3 / 1||3,725||12/31/2012||$1,128/SF|
|F||$4,000,000||3 / 3 / 1||3,625||04/15/2015||$1,103/SF|
|L||$4,100,000||3 / 3 / 1||3,012||11/02/2015||$1,361/SF|
|F||$3,850,000||4 / 3 / 1||3,625||12/31/2012||$1,062/SF|
|K||$3,700,000||3 / 3 / 0||3,003||12/31/2012||$1,232/SF|
|D||$3,725,000||4 / 4 / 1||3,787||12/31/2012||$984/SF|
|A||$3,500,000||4 / 3 / 1||3,780||12/31/2012||$926/SF|
|B||$3,799,000||4 / 3 / 1||4,600||12/31/2012||$826/SF|
|L||$3,400,000||3 / 2 / 1||3,012||12/31/2012||$1,129/SF|
|PH-G||$2,775,000||3 / 3 / 0||2,189||12/31/2012||$1,268/SF|
Beginning in 1857 and continuing until 1880, the Back Bay, the body of water separating Boston from Brookline, was filled, adding 450 acres of land to the city of Boston. Today it stands as one of the City's premiere neighborhoods...