Boston is a city known the world over for its’ density of true historic and cultural landmarks. The North End, home to some of the city’s most charismatic businesses and residents and many of the architectural icons that define the urban landscape, boasts ten properties on the National Register of Historic Places. Step out the door of your North End condo and stroll through North Square – Mariner’s House, Pierce-Hichborn House, and Paul Revere’s House are all within a stone’s throw of one another.
Property values of North End real estate are kept strong by the proximity of historic structures such as St. Stephen’s Church on Hanover Street, gateway to the hustle and bustle of Government Center, and the Old North Church on Commercial Street, one of the most recognizable houses of worship in the country. Surrounded by still-standing reminders of the foundation of this country, North End condos make a great place to call home for those who relish in history and tradition.
For those who want to be as close as can be to a piece of history, consider The Vermont Building at 10 Thatcher Street. Added to the National Register in 1984, this luxurious landmark of luxury Boston real estate boasts ornate detailing coupled with modern amenities such as moveable closets and custom kitchens. Also known as the Marketplace Building, this brick, marble and granite building is home to some of the finest lofts in town. Only footsteps from the waterfront, the Vermont Building is in fine company among Boston’s premier luxury real estate – and some beautiful examples of North End history.
To find out more about living in the Vermont Building or any of the other fantastic North End condos and lofts on the market today, contact us for more information or to schedule a showing.