Located in Chelsea (Gone Baby Gone, Mystic River, Departed, Ted, etc.). Nicest neighborhood in town, on a State Park with private security force, waterfront views of Boston. Boston bus just three blocks away, stay here and save!
This is the entire top floor (including private bedroom, living room, and bathroom with shower) of a historic house on Admiral's Hill, Boston views throughout!
The best part--just a three-block walk to catch the bus to Downtown Boston: the #111 Bus runs every 15 minutes and drops you at Haymarket Station in Downtown Boston. Additionally, just a five minute drive from Logan Airport (ample parking makes this ideal for folks with cars).
For those who would like to stay for several days- there is a shopping plaza within a 10 minute walk for groceries, coffee and clothes that provides added convenience.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests will have access to everything in the apartment--wireless internet, cable TV, private bathroom, fresh sheets, towels, and linens.
Atención a los huéspedes
I will meet you at the house to see you in! This apartment is SPOTLESS, classy and great value for the location- you are just minutes away from Boston and can see great views of the city right from your window.
Say goodbye to hotels, high prices and sketchy clean-up; welcome to the convenience of being minutes from the city, saving your cash and enjoying a clean comfortable stay. Welcome to the neighborhood!
Otros aspectos destacables
Shopping Plaza located within a 10 minute walk (Market Basket for your fresh food & groceries, Starbucks for coffee, TJ Maxx for clothes)- great convenience for those staying for several days.
Park with walking trail is also located along the home with scenic views of the city, great for those who like to take photographs.
Please note- in Summer/Fall we tend to have a lot of local movies shot around the area (Ted 2, The Equalizer) - you never you know when you may have a celebrity sighting :)
I'm a professional working out of the Boston area who has recently married and now living with my wife in the City. This means I've transitioned my third floor living area / home office into a private suite for guests. I would describe myself as pretty laid back and enjoy traveling- you can find me at a local coffee shop of any new city I visit (you can tell so much by how they serve their best Espresso). My wife is a bargain hunter- she's all about saving money and finding "good deals." Together, we enjoy the adventure of eating at "hole-in-the-wall" delicious joints- so if you want some great restaurant recommendations please don't hesitate to ask!
I've lived in Boston all of my life and love the history and character the City has to offer. I always recommend that those visiting get to the know the area by foot- the Freedom Trail gives a great free self-guided tour; yes- the tour is complete with a walk through the North End and you can see Paul Revere's house... but it can be hard to make it there without stopping to eat at the many great restaurants in the North End (Mike's Pastries is one to put on your list).
For couples- you can enjoy long walks in the Public Gardens and along Commonwealth Avenue (Guys: the Public Gardens is one of the best places to propose- you can't go wrong here- trust me).
In the Fall/Winter- if you are ready to bundle up a bit- you can do the walk around the Charles River along Memorial Drive / Storrow Drive and enjoy some amazing views of Boston from Cambridge and also venture on over to the MIT Campus. There's plenty of indoor activities such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Museum of Science. The Boston Public Library is free and has amazing outdoor/indoor architecture and a few smaller exhibits. Plus, there are a lot of comedy shows and plays that can also be affordable if you plan ahead (check out The Wilbur Theater).
Last but not least- my wife always seems to find herself talking about her favorite bargain shopping- sure Newbury Street has some great finds- but she swears the Cambridgside Galleria Mall (along the Green Line) has some of the best bargains along with the Copley Mall (note- from my wife: no taxes on clothes shopping under $100).