This newly-renovated apartment is on the back facing side of Marlborough Street on the second floor of a traditional walk-up brownstone and is ready to be your home base for your next visit to Boston.
Enjoy your stay in our very comfortable, well-appointed one bedroom apartment, that features a brand new kitchen and bath, stainless-steel appliances, 10'+ high ceilings, and hardwood floors throughout.
The bedroom features a Queen size bed and a spacious closet; the living room features a comfortable leather sofa, a dining room table and an entry closet; the bathroom has new tiled floors, a new vanity and toilet, and a luxury shower.
The apartment's amenities include a large flat-screen TV, Comcast's newest cable box (X1) with HBO OnDemand, wifi with a 105 Mbps internet connection, a decorative fireplace, a Nespresso coffee/espresso maker, and central A/C and heat.
This apartment comfortably accommodates two to three people and families of up to four are permitted with children.
Centrally located in Boston's historic Back Bay on Marlborough Street between Charlesgate East and Massachusetts Avenue (Mass Ave), our apartment sits within a short five minute walk from the Hynes Convention Center, the Shops at the Prudential Center and Copley Place Mall, and the boutiques of Newbury and Boylston Street. Our historic Back Bay brownstone is located only one and half blocks from the Charles River Esplanade, and several blocks to the serene Boston Commons and Public Gardens, Fenway Park, the Boston Public Library, historic Beacon Hill, and the Freedom Trail.
The Back Bay neighborhood sits on land reclaimed from water in the mid-nineteenth century. Unlike many other Boston neighborhoods, the Back Bay was laid out in a grid pattern and was based on French urban planning with parks and wide boulevards.
The major shopping streets are Newbury and Boylston Streets in Back Bay and Charles and Cambridge Streets in Beacon Hill. The former is connected to the Prudential Center and Copley Place malls.
Commuter Rail, Amtrak and Orange Line MBTA service are available at Back Bay station. Back Bay Station is a major intermodal center, and with Amtrak service, connects Back Bay to points well beyond Boston, including, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. The main transit service in the Back Bay is the Green Line central subway, with several stops along Boylston Street, including the Hynes Convention (email hidden). & Mass Ave.) and (email hidden). & Dartmouth St.) stops.
Metered parking is available right around the corner from the building on Mass Ave and several public garages are 2+ blocks away.
Private parking is available directly behind the building at an additional cost of $35 per day. We own one spot behind the building and I will park my car on the street or in a nearby garage if your interested in renting our spot - just let me know before your arrival and I'll send detailed instructions.
The closest MBTA stops (T or subway) are Hynes Convention Center Station (300 yards away) and Kenmore Station (0.3 miles away), both on the Green Line. The closet Bus Stop is 400 feet away at the corner of Mass Ave and Beacon St.
- Chef's Kitchen
- Keurig Coffee Machine & Pods
- High-Speed Internet
- Cable TV (incl. HBO)
- Smart TV with Hulu, NetFlix, and Prime
- Baseboard Heat & Two Window A/Cs
- Towels, Sheets, Soap, etc.
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Washer & Dryer Available in Bsmnt.
- Queen Aerobed Available
The below Matterport 3D Showcase allows you to walk through the condo to experience it as if you were there. By clicking the blue 3D Showcase button, you can interact with the model. It is possible to see a space from any perspective, to walk around or “fly through” it.