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Waterworks – Whitehall



About Waterworks – Whitehall

 2420 Beacon Street, Chestnut Hill MA, 02467

Chestnut Hill Neighborhood

Boston

Completed in 2007

112 Residences

Be a part of history at The Waterworks at Chestnut Hill with this magnificent new restoration. Watermark is a timeless masterwork that fits seamlessly into its historic setting. Four buildings make up the Waterworks complex, each building offering their own unique architecture & level of finish. Poggenpohl cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite/marble countertops, hardwood flooring, and marble baths. Amenities include a new onsite fitness center, a full kitchen/ library/ function room available for reservations, onsite professional management. 24 hour concierge and a historic park directly facing the magnificent restored reservoir.

Live in a Landmark

A masterpiece of nineteenth century urban planning, engineering, architecture and landscape design The Chestnut Hill Reservoir was completed in 1870. The Metropolitan Water Board created the city’s first large pastoral park, laying out a grand carriage drive and greenbelt around the reservoir. Arthur Vinal’s, Richardsonian Romanesque style, High Service Station, completed in 1888, still houses the steam powered pumping engine designed by E.D. Leavitt. The Leavitt Engine was designated a National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark in 1973 and remains in place in what is soon to become The Waterworks Museum. The Beaux Artx style property was designed by Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge, the architects of Boston’s South Station, and was completed in 1901. The facade of this exquisite example of Golden Age architecture is clad in Indiana limestone. Many of the plantings on the site are survivals from the original Olmsted Brothers plan.

Luxury Condo Features:

Spacious, open floor plans
Gracious master suites
Gourmet kitchen
Soaring ceilings
Large historic windows
Deeded storage
Gas fireplace

Luxury Building Features:

Concierge service
Full function room for events
High-impact fitness center
Adjacent to neighboring Chestnut Hill Reservoir and Cassidy Park
Professional, on-site management and 24-hour emergency maintenance
Garage parking

Luxury Neighborhood Features:

Public Transportation: Bike Path, Highway Access, T-Station (Green line, D)
Parks / Green Space: Cassidy Playground, Newton Commonwealth Golf Course, Evergreen Cemetery, Webster Conservation Area, Hammond Pond Reservation, The Country Club, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Park, Walk/Jog Trails
Restaurants and Shopping: Barcelona Wine Bar Brookline, Fin’s Sushi & Grill, Tasca

Walk Score: 54 (Somewhat Walkable)
Transit Score: 78 (Excellent Transit)
Bike Score: 80 (Very Bikeable)

Luxury Buildings Nearby:
Neighboring luxury buildings include: Waterworks-The Museum, Hammondswood at Chestnut Hill, Longyear at Fisher Hill, Element Allston Apartments

*All details are informational and subject to change. Buyers & Renters should do their own due diligence in confirming pertinent facts before buying or renting a condo. Call to speak to an agent today – 617-262-2600!