The Paul Revere Condominiums, or 61 Prince Street is a beautifully restored elevator building that was constructed from a former neighborhood grammar school to condos and continues to enrich the historic nature of the North End. The Paul Revere Condominiums was converted around 1985. There are a total of four stories and 24 apartments within the complex. Proudly, this building is pet-friendly.
The complex has various floor plans and layouts throughout the building. The building contains one, two, and three bedroom homes. The sizes range from 600 – 1300 +/- Square Feet. Many of these homes feature central air, washer/dryers, hardwood floors, extra storage, balconies or decks. Some of the best highlights of 61 Prince Street is the unique ceiling height and extra large windows.
The North End is the oldest and one of the most popular neighborhoods in Boston. Located on one of the legendary streets in the North End, it is centered within all the local restaurants, cafes, and trade shops. The property is approximately ¼ mile northeast of the downtown Financial District and steps to the Waterfront, Harbor Front Walk, Rose Kennedy Greenway, and Faneuil Hall. Vehicles have excellent access to Interstate 93, Storrow Drive and the Mass Turnpike. The main public transportation hub sites of North and South Station are approximately ½ mile from the complex.
The North End is one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods. Home to Paul Revere’s house, the Old North Church, and the Copp’s Hilly Burying Ground, the neighborhood was built – and continues to thrive – on history and tradition. But the North End is more than just a glimpse at the City’s revolutionary past; it is a view into the old world traditions.
The North End became home to succeeding waves of immigrants during the 19th century, the last of which came from Italy and has left an indelible and charming mark on the neighborhood. In the shadows of the Paul Revere statue and the Old North Church’s signature spire, is a neighborhood with old world flavor and a commitment to Italian tradition. During the summer, weekend festivals line the streets in honor of a patron saint.
With a number of authentic Italian restaurants, pastry shops, cafes, and small retail stores, the area is aptly referred to as Boston’s own “Little Italy.”
3 bedroom sold in Paul Revere Condominiums Average sold price - $805,667 ($632 / sqft)
|2B||$925,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,275||06/02/2015||$725/SF|
|2B||$800,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,279||05/24/2013||$625/SF|
|4B||$692,000||3 / 2 / 0||1,272||08/31/2012||$544/SF|
2 bedroom sold in Paul Revere Condominiums Average sold price - $527,000 ($616 / sqft)
|1B||$527,000||2 / 1 / 0||855||07/15/2012||$616/SF|
1 bedroom sold in Paul Revere Condominiums Average sold price - $437,500 ($729 / sqft)
|4F||$475,000||1 / 1 / 0||601||01/08/2016||$790/SF|
|3F||$400,000||1 / 1 / 0||599||01/04/2013||$668/SF|
The North End is one of Boston's oldest neighborhoods. Home to Paul Revere's house, the Old North Church, and the Copp's Hilly Burying Ground, the neighborhood was built - and continues to thrive - on history and tradition...