Quite literally situated on the flat of Beacon Hill, this elegant district runs parallel to the Charles River. Where commuters now buzz east and west on Storrow Drive, the river formerly banked. In fact, the Charles River flats extended into most of the now posh Flat of the Hill neighborhood. As landfill took the place of the former river bed, carriage houses and stables of wealthy Bostonians who lived on the actual hill popped up across the Flats. These structures have since been converted into a diverse array of appealing residences – including the charming Row Houses of Beaver Place, Byron Street, Chestnut Street and Brimmer.
Steeped in history, the Flat of the Hill flanks such landmarks as the Charles Street Meeting House, the Church of the Advent, and the Sunflower Castle. The Meeting House, our country’s first integrated church, ensures that this neighborhood remains steeped in history, while a host of cozy restaurants, bakeries, and pubs keeps the district modern, too.
With 20 sales in 2021 The Flat of the Hill had an average year. Bringing in $83,219,000 in sales volume, Flat of the Hill comprised 27% of Beacon Hill’s $2M+ sales volume for the year. The average price per square foot also remained constant, down a slight 1.5% from $1,517.12 last year to $1,494.48 in 2021. The condo sale at 101 Chestnut St # R stood out closing at $2,275.00/SF, the top $/SF in the sub-neighborhood and only property in this sub- neighborhood to close over $2,000/SF this year ($6,825,000 total price).
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