Just steps away from the beach and a stone’s throw from downtown Boston, our home is a modern homage to the crisp chic and functional comfort of the Midcentury Modern aesthetic.
Our house features 5 full bedrooms with a total of 6 beds:
All beds feature top-of-the-line mattresses and high thread count sheets, including the extras.
Both bathrooms are elegant and spotless, and feature essential toiletries (shower gel/shampoo/conditioner) as well as heaps of oversized towels to make packing lighter.
There are two open-concept living areas that were designed with your comfort in mind. Upstairs, sink into the sofa for a group movie night, or whip up a meal in the chef’s kitchen that comes complete with a gas range/stove, dishwasher, and essential cookware. Settle in around the dining table (custom made from reclaimed wood) with a glass of wine, or use it as a workspace if you are in town on business.
Downstairs, try your hand at mixing up drinks for your friends and family at the Irish pub-style bar — truly a unique “Southie” experience!
Other features include central air conditioning and heat, laundry (washer/dryer/iron), and high speed internet. Finally, there is one off-street parking spot available should you need space for your vehicle.
The entire apartment is for your enjoyment.
Interaction with guests
You will have complete privacy here. That said, should you need anything, we are available and ready to help via messenger or phone.
There is no shortage of options for those visiting Boston for a refreshing retreat from daily life. Dig your toes into the sand at the M Street Beach, or take a morning stroll along the water on the Boston HarborWalk.
Guests joining us for business travel can enjoy recharging from a busy day at work in a tranquil residential setting all within close proximity to the BCEC, downtown, and financial district.
While the neighborhood offers plenty to do and see on foot, there are a variety of convenient and affordable transportation options available for those who are looking to venture out further.
Walk up one block to E 8th Street where guests can catch the #11 MBTA bus that runs regularly to and from the Broadway subway station on the Red Line, which will then take you downtown in just minutes. Or, continue past Broadway station on the #11 bus to Essex Street in Chinatown (located downtown, just one block from Boston Common). In addition to the #11 bus, the closest subway station is Andrew Station.
For those who feel adventurous, the nearest Hubway bicycle rental location is a 10-15 minute walk. For $6/day, you can enjoy access to a bike that can be dropped off at one of the 160+ locations across the city. Hubway’s bike rentals are a great way to spend an afternoon exploring the area, and are a good option for experienced bikers looking to tour the city.
If biking or public transport isn’t your thing, there are several private transportation options at your disposal. An Uber ride to almost anywhere in the Boston metro area should be around $10 (and less if you split the ride with others). The closest ZipCar location is 10-15 minutes from the house.