St. Germain street is home to Boston’s very first brownstone row. The street inherits its name from Boston’s storied past, and although settled and built in the 17th century, the row of townhouses has since been acquired and restored.
In 1993 The Abbey Group acquired and restored the row of 47 brownstones nestled in Back Bay. The row of brownstones is tucked away on a quiet street, yet adjacent to the liveliness of Prudential Center, Mass. Ave, Hynes Convention Center, and Fenway.
The gorgeous brownstones neighbor Boston’s iconic and new Four Seasons One Dalton, whose spa overlooks the charming row in addition to the rest of Back Bay and Boston out yonder.
The 47 buildings have about 5 units each, 207 units in total to be exact. With such a historic past and prime location, it’s no surprise the units go for a couple million to purchase. Renters can expect to pay an average of $2,700 for a 700-square-foot unit with onsite laundry, walk-in closets, outdoor patios, and bay windows.