Shelagh Brennan offers a luxury condo in a historic building
The Somerset takes its place in the history of Boston with its debut in 1897 as one of the grandest hotels in America. In fact, The Boston Globe once deemed it, "among the distinctly magnificent hotels of the world", ushering in its era as a premier destination, host to glamorous balls, cotillions and weddings. Political, social and entertainment glitterati graced its steps. Actress Gloria Swanson and the Beatles stayed there and Ted Williams resided there during baseball season.
Today the Somerset is home to 116 luxury condominiums. And within its historic elegance, Residence #305 serves as the crown jewel, reflecting the combination of two units once home to the illustrious family of jewelers, the Dorfmans.
Three bedrooms, three and a half baths, with one garage parking space - $3,595,000