Live in Architectural Splendor at Heritage on the Garden

Overlooking Boston Public Garden, it’s easy to live in architectural splendor at Heritage on the Garden. Stretching for almost an entire block, the exquisite Boston property is not only home to upscale residences, but also fine dining, as well as some of the city’s most privileged retail space, including Hermes and Bottega Veneta.

The building additionally serves as home to the Bonhams Skinner auction house, a spa and salon, as well as a Legal Sea Foods Restaurant & Oyster Bar. Originally constructed in the late 1980s, Heritage on the Garden includes more than 80 private residences, generally ranging from studio layouts to sweeping penthouse floorplans.

While the front-facing condos of Heritage on the Garden often include the best views of the actual garden, the upscale property also offers skyline and Back Bay views. Occasionally, units come up for sale or lease in the building.

A one-bedroom/one-bath unit recently listed for rent offers around 800 square feet of living space. It comes fully furnished and includes one underground garage parking space. A two-bedroom, meanwhile, was also recently listed on the market for sale. It offers an outstanding 3,400 square feet of living space and two private terraces.

Many of the two-bedrooms that have recently sold are also quite spacious as they include 2.5-baths and sometimes more than 2,000 square feet of living space themselves. Some of the units have a private terrace, while you will also likely find walk-in closets for storage. Building amenities include a doorman, 24-hour concierge services, and garage parking, too.

You’ll find Heritage on the Garden near the corner of Arlington and Boylston in Boston, which also positions residents close to Beacon Hill and Newbury Street. The Green Line is conveniently right outside the building, making it that much easier to get around the rest of the Boston area.

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