An eastern exposure that stretches back 132 feet and a generous 28 – 32 foot width  translates to  easy floor-through living  and well proportioned rooms.
25 Beacon is directly across the street from Boston Common.
A beautifully appointed lobby that feels more like a private parlor than a shared entry.
The gallery stretches from the living room all the way to the master suite, providing a wonderful setting to display one’s art collection.
Oak floors, a fireplace, five huge windows and classic moldings create a light-filled space of unusual distinction.
Basaltina counters, a glass tile backsplash and Gaggenau appliances highlight the spacious, eat-in chef’s kitchen.
Pocket doors make it possible to use the kitchen and family room as one large, connected space or as separate rooms.
The family room is the perfect place to relax. It’s sunny, comfortable, and features a fireplace for cozy winter evenings.
The spacious master suite includes a beautiful bathroom and dressing area with exceptionally detailed custom closets.
Custom mosaic tile adorns the heated floor of the master bathroom.
The spacious master suite is quiet, elegant, and includes a beautiful bathroom and dressing area with exceptionally detailed custom closets.
A tasting room with secure wine storage and humidors is sure to excite your guests.
The Fitness Room at 25 Beacon will be furnished with state-of-the-art equipment so you can give your body the best workout in the convenience of your own home.
Autumn brings a blaze of color to Boston Common.
The portico of Massachusetts State House, designed in 1798 by renowned architect Charles Bulfinch, can be seen from the homes of 25 Beacon.
This spectacular scene could be captured only from 25 Beacon. No one else shares this magnificent view.
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