The Claflin is a five-unit luxury condo development located at the top of Beacon Hill, originally built in 1873, converted to condominiums in 1980, and fully renovated in 2007. Each residence at The Claflin occupies the entire floor and has direct elevator access. These sprawling condos have views in the front of the State House and southern exposures to the south. The lower floor units have 3 beds, 3 baths and approximately 2,300 sq/ft. These homes have high ceilings, large windows and bow-front living rooms with fireplaces. The penthouse duplex is the largest unit in the building with 3,600 sq/ft and private roofdeck with panoramic city views.
The Claflin has an ideal location atop Beacon Hill, near the corner of Boston Common. The residence is steps from the State House and a short walk down the hill to shopping & dining on Charles Street. The Claflin is also a short walk to one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods: Midtown. 45 Province, W Boston, Millennium Place, Ritz Carlton and Millennium Tower are remaking the Boston skyline in Midtown. These large scale residential developments are making Midtown an exciting, vibrant 24 hour neighborhood. No. 9 Park, Teatro, Cafe Nero, Artisan Bistro & Ruths Chris are great nearby dining options.
3 bedroom sold in The Claflin Average sold price - $2,400,000 ($1,024 / sqft)
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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...