Beacon Hill Overview
Beacon Hill is a fascinating, early
19th century neighborhood with narrow streets.
Beacon Hill is a National Historic District and
the architecture is early to mid-19th century. Thousands of people live here
today, sharing the hill with a state government housed in the gold-domed
State Capitol designed by architect Charles Bulfinch.
Beacon Hill Residents
Beacon Hill is inhabited by Irish, Italian, Greek, Jewish,
Asian, African-American and Hispanics. Beacon Hill residents feel a
sense of civic pride in their neighborhood, pride encouraged through window
box competitions and annual public tours of the hidden gardens.
Beacon Hill City Residences &
Beacon Hill rent ranges from $1800 to $4800 based on the size
of the apartment. As one of the most famous neighborhoods in Boston, this
area contains several cobblestone streets, redbrick homes, and renowned
attractions including the State House and the Harrison Grey Otis House.
Beacon Hill City Transportation &
Beacon Hill is
accessible to all subways or trolleys via Park Street Stations, Government
Center and Downtown Crossing.