Beacon Hill, just west of Downtown Boston, the last of three remaining hills in one of Boston’s prestigious neighborhoods. This area is home to iconic residential streets popular with local lawmakers and medical professionals as well as the Massachusetts State House that is perched on top of the hill.
Classic red brick houses from the early ninetieth century line narrow cobblestone streets and define these famous residential neighborhoods. Federal style town homes as well as Greek revival and Victorian architecture add an elegant touch throughout the neighborhood.
The Boston Common, Public Garden, Esplanade, and Hatch Shell are all adjacent to Beacon Hill, offering residents a range of recreational and cultural opportunities. The Charles River is near by offering a picturesque area for a stroll. Charles Street, running from Massachusetts General Hospital to the Public Garden, is Beacon Hill’s main commercial area with eclectic boutiques, antique stores, and restaurants that serve the residents and Beacon Hill’s frequent tourist.