This 4000 s.f. multi-level condominium, located in the iconic Charles Street Meeting House, feels like a single family home. Incorporating contemporary design and original structural elements, this one-of-a-kind residence was designed by a respected Boston architect for his own home. The flexible floor plan, providing opportunities to use the space in many creative ways, includes a living room with soaring ceilings and three exposures, a dining room featuring original columns and beams, two unique loft spaces, the belfry that has been used as a library, and a charming separate duplex apartment ideal as a guest suite or office. Crowning the home is the cupola, reached by a ship's stair, that serves as a secluded aerie with views in all directions. A private elevator serves the main floors. In addition, there are 1000 s.f. of extra storage space located in several areas throughout the home. Rental garage parking is located nearby.
Built in 1807 to a design by noted architect Asher Benjamin, The Charles Street Meeting House sits at a prominent location at the corner of Charles and Mount Vernon Streets on the Flat of Beacon Hill, and after more than two centuries, continues to keep a watchful eye on the neighborhood.