Back in 1911 the owner of the Boston Red Sox, John I. Taylor, thought that building a ball park within blocks of the scenic Charles River was a good idea. He must have done something right because Fenway Park opened in 1912 and is still going strong. Nearly a century later another visionary decided that the Fenway neighborhood would be the perfect place to build some luxury Boston condos. The result of that vision is Audobon Park, a high-end development filled with creature comforts..
This Boston luxury condo complex features a rather retro façade built of pre-cast muted red brick, silver metal cladding and an abundance of glass. Underneath the building is a two level garage with room for 34 cars, convenient to the Metro Boston Transportation Association’s Green-D Line. Reserved parking spaces will be offered along with the individual condo units. Availability and price information for both the condominiums and the spaces are available with your Warren Residential Boston real estate agent.
Residents and their guests are greeted by an onsite concierge in the Audobon Park lobby, ready to help with everything from dinner reservations to an early wake-up call. The lobby itself is elegant, expansive and eye-catching. A natural stone floor leads to two stainless steel elevators and your own personal space. Living at these upscale Boston condominiums entitles you to the same customer service and care as at a five star resort.
The elegance in design carries over into the individual condos. A total of 53 handsomely appointed studio, one and two-bedroom condo suites are spread out over six floors, with 18 different floor plans offered. Some floor plans offer private balconies facing either the Boston skyline or the Charles River.
Carbonized bamboo flooring graces the living areas and hallways while the bedrooms are decked in thick, rich carpeting. Carrara marble vanities and Asian designed ceramic tile floors add an air of elegance to the bathrooms. The gourmet quality kitchens are equally enticing, featuring stainless steel appliances and Absolute granite counter tops. Sleek glass-topped electric ranges, courtesy of Bosch, and refrigerators by Fisher & Paykel are included. Designer cabinets are made of rubberwood, which like the bamboo floors are renewable and ecologically friendly.
Audobon Park is surrounded by plenty of open space, making it easy to get out and enjoy your neighborhood. Walk over to historic Fenway Park and take in a baseball game, less than a half mile away. A few blocks beyond that is the Fenway Victory Gardens, always looking for volunteers with green thumbs. Next to the gardens is Back Bay Fens, an urban wildlife park that is part of the Emerald Necklace, a collection of Boston’s most cherished open spaces. Head a few blocks north and find the Charles River Reservation, a park that stretches for 20 miles along the riverfront. Jog, walk or go cycling, all within easy reach of Audobon Park’s elegant Boston condos.
The Landmark Center, built in 1929 when the art deco style was in fashion, houses a 13-screen movie house, retail shops, businesses and restaurants. Listed on the National Historic Register, the center is a block away from Audobon Park. Additional restaurants within walking distance are found along Beacon Street, Brookline Avenue and along the Charles River. The Tsai Performance Center, part of Boston University, offers concerts from the New England Philharmonic and live theater productions. The more intimate Boston Playwrights Theatre offers locally penned and produced plays and musicals. Audobon Park is surrounded by natural beauty, history and an abundance of cultural finesse.