Beacon Hill Condos

The narrow cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill, historic homes, and quaintly tucked-away brick rowhomes make this neighborhood one of the stateliest in all of Boston. Old school, high-end, classy shopping and eating are standard fare on Beacon Hill, the last of the three original hills of Boston.

For 2007, condominium sales statistics on Beacon Hill were:

Lowest Price: $219,500
Highest Price: $4,700,000
Median Price: $497,000
Average Price: $702,346

We wanted to take a look at what you can get for your money on Beacon Hill, and what better way than to spread the gamut from cheapest to most expensive currently available condos.

Cheapest Beacon Hill Condo

Currently, $225,000 will get you 285 square feet at 60 Myrtle Street (Google Map) in the heart of Beacon Hill. It’s a two room studio unit that, for 285 square feet, is laid out quite well. It’s one in a 10-unit building, with a $167 HOA fee that provides heat, hot water, gas, water, master insurance, and snow removal. Full unit details (2.7 MB PDF)

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Most Expensive Beacon Hill Condo

There are two units on Beacon Hill that are close to the $7 million mark, and 8 Walnut Street (Google Map) edges out 5 Byron Street to take the current crown as most expensive condo currently available on Beacon Hill. Listed at an even $7 million for 3,920 square feet, this is a five-floor four-bedroom four-bathroom (15 room) luxury residence only steps from Boston Common. 1 deeded parking space is included. Full unit details (2.01 MB PDF).

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For more information about Beacon Hill condos, both low and high priced, feel free to contact us.