We enjoyed our stay at Jamison's. The one bedroom unit is in a great location for exploring Boston, with easy access to the T green line, nearby restaurants, museums, Fenway Park, and more.
Jamison's place is in a classic Boston apartment/condo building from the 1st half of the 20th century. The unit is on the 3rd floor of the building. There is a small, primitive elevator that is helpful when dealing with luggage. There are two stairways in the building as well. The main interior stairway circles the elevator shaft, and is more"luggage friendly" than the "rear" stairway, which is somewhat steep and narrow.
The unit itself has a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. There are ceiling fans in the bedroom and living room, and a window air conditioner in the bedroom. We visited during an unusually hot spell and really appreciated the air conditioner and ceiling fans.
The bathroom has a toilet, sink, and shower (no bath tub), and a few shelves for storage.
The living room has a leather sofa, coffee table, small dining table, and TV with cable TV. And "Rock'em Sock'em Robots!"
The bedroom has a comfortable bed, dressers, and a closet with hangars and shelf space.
The building is near the world famous Berklee school of music. As such you may hear various musicians practicing their craft during the day, but the building was quiet in the evening, and we found it easy to fall asleep at night.
We didn't have a car during our stay, so we didn't have to deal with trying to park a car in the neighborhood. The street in front of the building requires a permit to park, so parking might be an issue but no more of an issue than any other Boston neighborhood.
I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. Jamison was very responsive and accommodating with respect to our check in/check out times.