The Meads is located in the west end of Back Bay and is a luxury condominium conversion of a Classical Revival building on Commonwealth Avenue. The Meads is close to both Fenway Park and the Charles River. This historic property was recently renovated and converted into thirteen beautifully appointed single-family luxury residences. All residences were constructed with the finest finishes available and have open floor plans and outstanding craftsmanship. The homes have spa-like marble bathrooms with steam showers and soaking tubs. Additionally, they have masterly crafted kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances, custom cabinetry and Waterworks fixtures. Other features include gleaming hardwood floors, original details adding character, fireplaces, custom walk-in closets and professional sound-systems. Each home comes with one deeded indoor parking. The 3,000 square foot penthouse has two deeded parking and a 2,000 square foot wraparound terrace and solarium.
The Meads of Commonwealth is located near the start of the charming Commonwealth Avenue Mall, a pedestrian-friendly, tree-lined walk that leads up to the Public Garden. If you travel just a few blocks over from The Meads Boston, you arrive on upscale Newbury Street where you can shop and dine in style. Nearby, retail and restaurants continue to abound on Boylston Street and at the Prudential and Copley Place Malls. In the other direction, residents of The Meads Boston can enjoy the Charles River Esplanade as a green, riverside escape.
The Meads of Commonwealth is located at 413-415 Commonwealth Avenue, Back Bay, Boston 02215. The Meads is an elevator property with garage parking and the residences feature subzero appliances, granite countertops, wine bars, gas fireplaces, steam showers, spa-like bathrooms and marble floors. The Meads is said to have the “Seal of Excellence”.
2 bedroom sold in The Meads Average sold price - $1,375,000 ($749 / sqft)
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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...