Last week, I was hosting an open house for one of our Beacon Hill condos for sale and I recall meeting two buyers from NYC. Their first question was whether these historic brick buildings in Beacon Hill had central air conditioning. I smiled and told them that we didn’t typically need air conditioning in Boston due to the The natural cooling system of the 13 windows in this Boston Beacon Hill penthouse condo for sale
I thought I was humorous, but apparently Climate change has definitely altered things. My updated answer: Though older Beacon Hill condo buildings don’t often have central air, many renovated Beacon Hill condos for sale with newer construction do.
If central A/C is important to you many newer construction Boston downtown real estate buildings will meet your criteria — especially in Midtown Boston Downtown Boston and the Seaport District condos almost all have them.
For the record, our listing on 25 Revere Street #5 in Beacon Hill does have central air conditioning. And client has used it through multiple heat waves—last Summer.
|Beacon Hill for sale |
Summer 2019 Stats
|Number of condos for sale Beacon Hill||49|
|Avg. living area||1,879 sq ft|
|Avg list price per sq ft||$1,348.00 per sq/ ft|
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