150 Beacon Street is one of the most widely admired buildings in the Back Bay for it's rich history and timeless design. The Beaux-Arts style building has a handsome limstone facade which stretches 48 feet across Beacon Street and features 5 residences. Originally built in 1904 for a relative of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 150 Beacon has also been home to such Boston luminaries as Isabella Stewart Gardner and 2 term Massachusetts Governor, Alvan Fuller.
150 Beacon Street is crowned by a stunning penthouse duplex with over 6,000 sq/ft and enormous private roofdeck with panoramic views of Boston and the Charles River. The residences at 150 Beacon Street are unique for being so wide and having such expansive views (front & back) of the Back Bay & river. Located in the heart of the Back Bay, 150 Beacon Street is steps to The Public Garden, fine dining & shopping on Newbury Street and Beacon Hill.