It’s Not the Ritz Anymore but Carlton House Views are Still Spectacular

It may no longer be attached to the Old Ritz by name, but Carlton House views remain spectacular. Found at the entrance to Boston Public Garden, the historic Boston building was originally constructed generations ago as a collection of townhomes.

In the early 1980s, the building was converted into around 50 luxury residential units, with floorplans spanning from one- to four-bedrooms. The building and its units have since been updated and renovated again, and the property goes by the name of Carlton House.

While Boston Public Garden is just outside, the building’s address, between Newbury Street and Commonwealth Avenue, means living just a short stroll away from some of Boston’s best boutique shops and restaurants. It’s an opportune location for easily exploring the rest of the Back Bay, as well as Chinatown, the South End, and Beacon Hill, too.

For neighborhoods a bit further away, there’s the convenience of the Arlington T stop, nearby. Thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, the units of Carlton House oftentimes provide commanding views of the surrounding Back Bay neighborhood, including views overlooking the Public Garden, Commonwealth Avenue, and the Charles River.

A spacious three-bedroom, three-bath residence recently listed on the market has around 3,600 square feet of living space, while a handful of other residences recently listed for sale or lease have around 2,500 square feet of space. Inside, you may find such desirable features and finishes as updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances, newer flooring, and plenty of space for living and entertaining. 

As for shared amenities in the pet-friendly building, residents of Carlton House have access to the services of the attached, newly named Newbury hotel. This means housekeeping, room service, 24-hour concierge service, courtesy car service, and valet parking. Other options include the availability of a sports club, in-room massages, and airport service.

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