Constructed in 2014, Winter Place is a luxury boutique building with six exquisite and unique custom-built residences. During the condo conversion, Winter Place underwent and a total renovation. Condos at Winter Place range from a 2 bedrooms with 2,200 square feet to a 2 bed penthouses with 3,400+ square feet. Winter Place condos have top-of-the line finishes, including: chef’s kitchens with Wolf and Subzero appliances, spacious master bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and original woodwork and architectural details from the original construction in 1832. The building’s exterior has undergone an extensive restoration and has been brought back to it’s former glory. Winter Place now features direct elevator access to upper floor condos and huge common roof deck with kitchen. Garage parking is available at Tremont on the Common, a nearby residential building in Midtown.
Built in 1832, the building at Winter Place served as a fine-dining location for Bostonians for over 175 years. Formerly Locke-Ober restaurant, the Winter Place building has a long and rich Boston history. Locke-Ober, which served fine Parisian food, steaks and seafood, was a Boston institution and for many decades was one of New England’s finest restaurants.
Midtown is one of Boston’s fastest growing neighborhoods. The Midtown area is located in the heart of Boston and is bordered by the Boston Common to the West, the Financial District to the North, and Chinatown and Bay Village to the South. The Ritz Carlton, together with W Boston, Millennium Place, 45 Province 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 and Legal Seafood are great nearby dining options. Winter Place is easy walking distance to Boston Common, Beacon Hill and Back Bay.
Winter Place is extremely also close to Downtown Crossing. Downtown Crossing is the retail shopping district in Boston located at the intersection of Washington, Winter, and Summer Streets. This bustling intersection was at one time so popular that William Filene labeled it “The Hub of the Universe”. Even today, at lunch time especially, this area is crowded with people. Washington Street, from Temple Place to Franklin Street, is a pedestrian mall, with only emergency and delivery vehicles allowed access. At noon-time, thousands of people cross Washington Street each day, on their way to restaurants, stores, specialized services like financial planning or legal advice, or to government offices like the State House or City Hall.
Winter Place is located next to major transportation points. Just outside of your front door, you are a short walk from the Boston Common, the oldest community park in the country. With easy access to the MBTA, you can quickly get to the city’s surrounding neighborhoods – but with such close proximity to the Theater District, Leather District, Beacon Hill and Back Bay – there is just no reason anyone would need to leave.
2 bedroom sold in Winter Place Average sold price - $2,211,147 ($790 / sqft)
|4||$2,910,000||2 / 2 / 1||3,323||02/13/2015||$876/SF|
|1-2||$2,773,000||2 / 2 / 1||3,435||07/19/2014||$807/SF|
|3||$2,195,000||2 / 2 / 1||3,357||03/16/2016||$654/SF|
|PH||$1,850,000||2 / 2 / 0||2,233||01/30/2015||$828/SF|
|3||$1,788,880||2 / 2 / 1||2,250||01/30/2015||$795/SF|
|2||$1,750,000||2 / 2 / 1||2,243||03/15/2015||$780/SF|