Centrally located in Beacon Hill, Phillips Square Residences is a full service building. It was built in 1901 as a neighborhood grammar school and converted into 17 luxury residential condo units condos in 2000. Phillips Square Residences features great amenities including a concierge, garage parking, elevator, as well as a common roof deck with river views. These units include hardwood floors, luxury finishes, modern kitchen and bath, with elegant finishes throughout. Phillips Square Residences is a pet friendly building.
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. It is a neighborhood of Federal-style rowhouses and is known for its narrow, gaslit streets and brick sidewalks. The area’s small but prosperous commercial district extends down Charles Street, and is home to antique shops, gourmet food stores and restaurants. Today, Beacon Hill is regarded as one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Boston. The area, approximately one-half to three quarters of a mile square, is bounded by Cambridge Street on the north, Somerset Street on the east, Beacon Street on the south, and Storrow Drive on the west.
2 bedroom sold in Phillips Square Residences Average sold price - $1,549,375 ($923 / sqft)
|19||$2,100,000||2 / 2 / 1||2,158||11/30/2011||$973/SF|
|1||$1,491,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,739||07/03/2012||$857/SF|
|10||$1,400,000||2 / 2 / 1||1,398||08/15/2012||$1,001/SF|
|4||$1,206,500||2 / 2 / 1||1,400||07/16/2012||$862/SF|
3 bedroom sold in Phillips Square Residences Average sold price - $1,375,000 ($773 / sqft)
|4||$1,375,000||3 / 2 / 1||1,779||01/31/2012||$773/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...