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Like an old grand dame, Beacon Hill watches over the city of Boston with regal splendor. If your looking for a centrally located neighborhood with quiet, dimly lit streets, elegant brick rowhouses with period detail, and great neighborhood restaurants and shops, an apartment in Beacon Hill might be perfect for you. Beacon Hill sits on the last remaining hill of the three that used to tower over Boston (the other 2 were carted away to serve as landfill for the rapidly growing city). A visitor traveling in time from the 19th century would still easily recognize the area. Many of the tucked away interior streets are relatively free from car traffic, making apartments for rent in Beacon Hill some of the quietest in the city. When you live in Beacon Hill, you’re only steps away from the Public Garden, downtown financial district, and the Back Bay. You will also have easy access to the romantic bistros, upscale shops, and lively bars that line Charles Street, the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare.
Home to some of Boston’s most elite residents (Senator John Kerry and Theresa Heinz make their home here), Beacon Hill real estate does not always come cheap. Despite its prestige, there are still a wide range of Beacon Hill Boston apartments for anyone who wants to live in this historic neighborhood. Apartments for rent in Beacon Hill Boston range from tiny affordable studios to some of the grandest multi-story residences in the city. Many residents of Beacon Hill have access to roofdecks, which are considered by many to be the best place in the city to watch the famous Boston Fourth of July Fireworks.