The Benjamin Mansion at 74 Beacon Street is one of the grandest and elegant buildings on historic Beacon Hill, a 19th century downtown Boston residential neighborhood situated directly of the Boston Public Garden and the Boston Common. This magnificent residence boasting granite façade, elegant copper and slate roofs, a brick rear exterior, and stunning roof deck with swimming pool has actually been renovated to a degree rarely seen. Elegant on all 6-levels, this single-family attached residence with 8,450 square feet of splendid indoor living space, which earlier came on the sales market for $14.95 million, and later got deepest price cut of full $1 million, is now on the rental market for whopping $40,000 a month, to become Boston's most expensive rental home. However, this rental price seems suitable for this Boston’s staggeringly exquisite 6-floor mansion that offers amenities like a heated lap pool, surrounding roof deck, 6-bedrooms, 9-baths, 8-working fireplaces, a large elevator, gym, media room, and wine cellar, to name a few.
The Benjamin Mansion at 74 Beacon Street is located on the flat of Beacon Hill, directly across from the Boston Public Garden.
The back of the residence faces a quiet, private lane known as Byron Street, while the building's south facing front offers some of the Boston skyline's most spectacular views, along with the refreshing views of the Public Garden.
Some of the other lavish interior amenities include state-of-the-art media room, elegant wood paneled library, fully-equipped gym room, elevator, while on the outside there’s a private garden patio, 2 of the roof decks and three front-facing balconies.
Further, there are two to three parking spots, one of which is a separate garage space.
Notably, the house is unobtrusively wired and automated to incorporate some of the most sophisticated Smart Home technology on today’s market.
However, we have also earlier seen some of the other noted rental properties in the U.S. including the SoHo townhouse which becomes the most expensive rental home in Manhattan after asking for $100,000 a month, Frank Gehry's New York penthouse for $60,000 per month, Kate Winslet's Chelsea apartment for rent at $30,000 a month, and the recently listed SoHo apartment where Bernie Madoff's son Mark Madoff committed suicide for $35K.