Boston Brownstone Condos
From Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's to Carrie Bradshaw in Sex in the City, brownstones have been romanticized as the definitive place to live in the Big Apple. Brownstones came of age in the mid-1800s for more affluent residents who wanted a more upscale dwelling than either a wood or brick home that were common in this era.
Here in Boston, several neighborhoods have brownstones including Back Bay, Bay Village, Beacon Hill Charlestown, Fenway, the South End and South Boston. While originally developed as a single home, many of our brownstones have been converted to condos with multiple units per building.