Boston Common

**FEATURED RENTAL LISTING: 11 Walnut Street

Luxury living in a superbly renovated townhouse near the crest of Beacon Hill. Located on a quiet, tree-lined street in a landmark neighborhood, and situated between Beacon and Chestnut Streets, this home is both conveniently located and prestigious.

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Renovated to perfection in 2007, the townhouse offers six levels of luxury living space with an elevator to every level. In addition, it has both a sunny back balcony off the top floor and a sensational triple-tiered roof deck with glass head house with fabulous skyline city views from three exposures.

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There is a hidden patio for a container garden in back. Sturdy and stylish, the residence has a brick facade with large granite block base and granite lintels. Verdigris copper bay windows are on two central stories. It has black wood shutters and a rich walnut wood, double front door entrance with brass fittings.

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Here you are close to the Boston Common, Public Garden, Park Street and State House, yet are an integral part of a historic community famed for its picturesque village life.

Price: $18,500

Move in date: December 15 2017

Neighborhood: Beacon Hill

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4 Full 3 Half

Included in rent: None

Move in funds: First month's rent, last month's rent, security deposit & realtor fee.

If you or someone you know is interested in setting up a showing contact Meredith at 513-638-8223 or mkiep@charlesgaterealty.com.

Charlie Discovers Christmas Lights..

Last night Meredith and I went to the Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Boston Common! It was so exciting to see all the people, lights and decorations! AND guess who was there.... SANTA! There were so many people we didn't get a chance to say 'hi' but it was nice to see a familiar face.

When they lit the HUMONGOUS christmas tree there were even fireworks! I had never seen fireworks before but they were AMAZING! After I saw all the fun decorations and lights I asked Meredith if we could put up our own decorations. As it turns out, it looks like I'm more of a toy making elf....

Make Way for Charlie!

Today Meredith and I stopped by the famous 'Make Way for Ducklings' statues on our walk to the office. I was wondering why there were duck statues in the middle of the park and she explained that they were inspired by a very poplar children's book based in Boston called Make Way for Ducklings  by Robert McCloskey.

I didn't see any real ducks while I was there. Meredith said they probably already flew south for the winter. I wonder if Santa knows where their winter homes are?! Oh wait... it's Santa. Of course he does. 

A fun fact about the book is the author is from the same town Meredith grew up in all the way in Hamilton, Ohio! I haven't been to Ohio yet but it seems like some pretty cool people come from there. <|:)