$8,250
Available 12/12/2019
3 Beds 3.5 Baths
BOSTON - BEACON HILL
Primary Amenities
Parking
Laundry
Dishwasher

Property Description

GORGEOUS PENTHOUSE 3 BED 3.5 BATH FOR RENT IN BEACON HILL!

Features:

**in unit laundry
**huge living room
**gleaming hardwood flooring
**full kitchen plus dishwasher and disposal
**garage parking available
**tall ceilings

Beacon Hill is one of the US’s oldest and most recognized neighborhoods. It’s steep, hilly streets feature gorgeous brick row houses and antique lanterns. It is a historic neighborhood, adjacent to the Boston Commons and the Massachusetts State House, said to be representative of a Boston from the past. In fact, it is often described as being aesthetically “frozen in time” with its stone paved streets and antique shops. It is next to Boston’s Downtown and North End neighborhoods, as well as being highly accessible through multiple T Stops, including the Red Line at Charles MGH and Blue Line at Bowdoin.

Transportation Options
Beacon St @ Park St Bus Stop 0.0 mi (1 min away)
Park Street MBTA Station Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Park Street Train Station 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Park St Station - Green Line Eastbound Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)
Tremont St @ Beacon St Bus Stop 0.1 mi (3 min away)

Nearby Places
21st Amendment
City Convenience
General Hooker
Library Resource Center On Racism
No. 9 Park

Full Amenities List

Building

  • Parking: Garage
  • Laundry: Unit
  • Heat Type: Gas

Unit

  • Living Room

Kitchen

  • Dishwasher
  • Disposal
  • Refrigerator

General

  • Gas Heat
  • Laundry in Unit

Map

Price Comparison

This apartment is 170.85% more expensive than the average price of $3,046 for 3 bedroom apartments in Beacon Hill. An above average rent can be often be attributed to the amenities an apartment provides, its size, and its location. Those are important factors to consider as you are searching for the perfect apartment. Contact us today before this unit is rented!
Rental Affordability
Recommended $330,000 - $396,000 Annual Gross Income
A range of 25-30% is usually the recommended amount of household or combined gross income to spend on rent. This is also what many landlords are looking for in a prospective tenant, a group of roommates, or their cosigner(s). Remember, this is just a suggestion and does not take into account any other expenses you may have.

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