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Boston
$8,175,000

MLS Number: 72905624    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Multi-family
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Back Bay 
Location: 291 Beacon St
Boston , MA
Beds: 9  |  F. Baths: 8
Built: 1900
Approx. SQFT: 7476.00
Acreage: 0.06
Parking: Deeded
Fireplaces: 6

Attention investors and developers, a tremendous Back Bay opportunity on Beacon Street. A ten unit apartment building with a rare and coveted lodging house license and three parking spaces. The building is currently 7674 GSF but the FAR allows additional 390 SF for a possible total of 8064 GSF. 291 Beacon was designed by architect Samuel J. F. Thayer and built in 1881-1882 by David Connery & Co., masons, and John Rawson, carpenter, as the home of Daniel Haridon Lane, a merchant tailor, and his wife, Susan M. (Winn) Lane. Susan Lane purchased the land for 291 Beacon on June 22, 1881, from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and dry goods merchant Eben Dyer Jordan, co-founder of Jordan Marsh & Company,

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Public Transportation
Shopping
Park
Walk/Jog Trails
Medical Facility
Bike Path
Highway Access
House of Worship
Private School
T-Station
University

Directions
On Beacon Street between Dartmouth and Exeter. Use Google Map

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»»Lat: 42.3518
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Back Bay is one of the most charming, elegant and expensive neighborhoods in all of Boston. The area is widely known for its shopping, walkability, access to The Charles River, fine dining and overall central location. If you are trying to decide which Boston neighborhood to purchase a condominium in, and you want what is known as "quintessential Boston, MA", then The Back Bay should be at the top of your list. The affluent Back Bay area of Boston is a great shopping and dining destination. On the famous Newbury Street, wealthy locals frequent quaint boutiques, fashion chains, superb art galleries and cafes, all set in elegant brick townhouses. Copley Square is surrounded by 1800s landmarks, including Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library. Many Mansions scatter Back Bay's tree-lined streets, several on Paris feeling Commonwealth Avenue.






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