Month: January 2014

Sales history for The Stoneholm at 1514 Beacon Street, Brookline

Unit # Sale Price Sale Date
Unit 34  $       882,000 12/12/2013
Unit 54  $       850,000 11/26/2013
Unit 57/58  $   1,710,000 8/22/2012
Unit PH 51  $       830,000 8/22/2012
Unit 35  $       665,000 7/19/2012
Unit 46  $       635,000 6/29/2012
Unit 54  $       710,000 3/23/2012
Unit 43  $       507,000 1/17/2012
Unit 53  $       600,000 6/30/2011
Unit 26  $       641,500 5/28/2010
Unit P20  $       641,500 5/28/2010
Unit 24  $       595,000 11/30/2009

If you need more detailed information about any of these sales such as square footage, condition, number of bedrooms and parking spots please contact Howard at 617-257-3868 or howard@vanguard-realty.com

The Stoneholm in Winter

The Stoneholm in Winter

1514 Beacon Street, Brookline

Built in 1907 The Stoneholm was one of Brookline’s more prestigious addresses. Among the early residents were judges, brokers, leather goods manufacturers, mining engineers, industrialists and merchants. For more information about this storied building please contact Howard at howard@vanguard-realty.com or 617-257-3868

The Stoneholm, Brookline

Built in the first decade of the 20th century, The Stoneholm was one of Brookline’s premiere addresses. Historians have claimed it as one of the finer examples of French Baroque architecture in the Boston area. Developer John P. Webber commissioned architect Arthur Hunnewell Bowditch to design the Stoneholm, set to be built next to Webber’s large home and stable.