Constructed in 1925, 25 Beacon Street, a 28,500 square foot, six-story building, had been the headquarters of the United Universalist Association for nearly ninety years. The Developer is converting the building into six luxurious condominiums, each enjoying spectacular frontage on the Boston Common and immediately adjacent to the grounds of the Massachusetts State Capital. Units will range in size from approximately 1,900 sf to 3,800 sf with a mix of large single floor and duplex configurations.
6 & 7 Mount Vernon Place were originally constructed as two separate single-family brownstones in the early 1900s. Acquired by the Seller in 1981, the buildings were combined into lodging quarters for members of Unitarian Universalist congregation.
Both buildings are being returned to two single-family townhomes as “shell” units, each consisting of approximately 7,400 sf. The Developer has permitted the two buildings as separate units, gutted the interiors, brought the utilities into the premises and restored the exteriors, leaving the interior design and fit out to the eventual townhouse buyer. A new parking garage that can accommodate 14 cars is being built beneath the two townhouses for the residences of The Beacon.
The location of this property, atop Beacon Hill, next to the State House and with commanding views of the Boston Common, must be considered one of the rarest and most desirable residential development opportunities in Boston.