Formerly known as the “Old Ritz,” The Carlton House is one of the most highly sought after full-service buildings in the city. Located at the intersection of The Public Garden, Commonwealth Avenue and Newbury Street, Carlton House has some of the finest park views in the city. Originally built as the Ritz Carlton, the building was partially converted to 52 condominiums in 1982. Condos at The Carlton House range from 1 beds with 1,100 sq/ft to 3+ bed penthouses with 3,000+ sq/ft. Besides enjoying one of the best locations in Boston, many of the residences at The Carlton House have stunning views of the Public Garden or Commonwealth Avenue Mall.
The Carlton House has a long tradition offering residents and guests the highest level of service. Since 1927, when the Ritz Carlton opened, the building has been one of the longest continually operated in the city. The Ritz became The Taj Hotel in 2007 but the tradition of service remains. Residents enjoy 24 hour concierge, valet parking and hotel services. The Taj has 273 guest rooms and 44 suites. The Taj offers Sunday brunch on the rooftop terrace with incomparable views of Boston.
The Carlton House is steps to the best Boston has to offer. Public Garden, Newbury Street, Commonwealth Ave Mall and some of the best restaurants in Boston.
2 bedroom sold in The Carlton House Average sold price - $5,325,000 ($2,535 / sqft)
|16A||$8,500,000||2 / 2 / 1||3,098||05/01/2014||$2,744/SF|
|10B||$4,650,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,538||09/12/2016||$3,023/SF|
|10B||$2,825,000||2 / 2 / 0||1,538||12/02/2011||$1,837/SF|
3 bedroom sold in The Carlton House Average sold price - $6,350,000 ($2,191 / sqft)
|PH-4||$8,400,000||3 / 3 / 1||2,517||12/23/2015||$3,337/SF|
|12E&F||$6,250,000||4 / 3 / 2||3,917||08/31/2013||$1,596/SF|
|10A||$4,400,000||3 / 2 / 1||2,684||11/14/2012||$1,639/SF|
1 bedroom sold in The Carlton House Average sold price - $1,552,500 ($1,366 / sqft)
|15D||$1,675,000||1 / 1 / 1||1,125||02/25/2016||$1,489/SF|
|14E||$1,430,000||1 / 1 / 2||1,150||05/15/2012||$1,243/SF|
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