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Beacon Street beauty in perfect spot

BY WAYNE BRAVERMAN
STAFF WRITER

 

The old, yet familiar, mantra – “location, location, location” – comes into play when people search for places to live. Anyone looking for a home in Boston will be hard pressed to find a location better than this spectacular home at 117 Beacon St., Unit 1.

 

This artistically-renovated condominium is located in one of the most ideal spots in the highly-desirable Back Bay neighborhood. This treasure is paramount for the four season enthusiasts who relish the ever-changing outdoor beauty of Boston as well as for the food and shopping connoisseurs.

 

This Brownstone home on the first block of Beacon Street is mere steps away from the always-popular Public Garden and nearby the vast stretches of parkland along the Charles River. The Arthur Fielder Footbridge and the Charles River Esplanade are within easy walking distance – and can be seen from this home. The Hatch Shell is a fun place to take in summer concerts, including the July 4th spectacular with the Boston Pops. The popular Commonwealth Avenue Mall stretches for miles with trees, benches, walkways and an array of grand statues. It also doesn’t take much effort to get to the Boston Common.

 

Plenty of fine eating establishments and boutiques can be found a few blocks away on Newbury Street and within walking distance to Copley Square. Arlington, Boylston. Charles and Tremont streets are lined with nearby restaurants, shops and galleries as well.

 

Of course, location is not the only factor to think about when purchasing a place to live. The quality of a home itself is also an important element to consider. This unit at 117 Beacon St., being offered by Michael Moran and Mark Ruane of

 

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