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Maison Vernon: A Luxury Condo with Modern Elegance and Historical Charm

Maison-Vernon-InteriorBeacon Hill is one of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods with gaslights, charming boutiques and local fare dotting the cobblestone streets. Overlooking the nation’s oldest public park and situated at the top of Beacon Hill on the corner of Mt. Vernon Street and Joy Street is Maison Vernon. Maison Vernon is a newly developed residence, featuring seven luxury condominiums ranging in size from 1,911 square feet to 3,990 square feet. With a restored façade and infused with French influences, Maison Vernon preserves the historical charm of the building dating from the 1830s and the Beacon Hill neighborhood, while bringing in opulent European finishes.

“The new reference of Bostonian Elegance” is how John Meyer, the architect on the project, defined Maison Vernon. His aim was to create a residence that “embod[ied] the essence of Beacon Hill in its grandeur of yesterday, today and tomorrow.” Maison Vernon does just that with the preservation of its red brick and limestone accents, infusing the architectural past with a fresh elegance into its craftsmanship.

Inside Maison Vernon hand-carved Italian marble fireplace mantels adorn the living spaces and imported French oak wood flooring, and hand-carved plaster moldings are featured throughout. A private terrace, 24-hour concierge and valet parking, offers Maison Vernon residents a sophisticated and personalized concierge building.

Current units for sale range from two to three to four bedroom floor plans and between $2,995,000 – $5,595,000. Explore Boston’s most sought-after and charming neighborhood through the rich charm of Maison Vernon. For more information or to schedule an appointment email us at

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