Bowdoin Place
10 Bowdoin Street | Boston, MA | Beacon Hill

Year Built2004


Residences75 residences, 1 - 4 bedrooms, 706 - 1,759 sf, flats & townhomes


Featurescentral air, concierge/doorman, extra storage, garage parking, in-unit laundry, off-site professional management, pet-friendly (with restrictions), private balconies/terraces/decks, security,


Bowdoin Place, a new construction mid-rise six-story boutique luxury condominium built in 2004, sits on the north side of the Beacon Hill just steps from the State House. Its brick and stone architecture mirrors the character and charm of Beacon Hill, yet its interior offers all the benefits of easy twenty-first century living. This mixed-used building includes 75 residences—flats and townhomes, some with bay window, balconies and patios—as well as office and retail space. Homes feature high ceilings, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, European-style kitchen cabinets and granite counter tops, and marble and tiles baths with under-mount sinks, Kohler fixtures, and stall showers with glass doors. The building’s central, walk-to-everything location is just minutes from Faneuil Hall, the MBTA, the Public Garden, the Boston Sports Club, the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Financial District, the North End, Whole Foods market, and fabulous shopping and dining on Beacon Hill’s Charles Street, the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare. At Bowdoin Place, you’ll live in a coveted neighborhood reflective of old colonial Boston, but with all of the convenience of today’s urban life.


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