The Abbott is a complete restoration and modernization of the 1872 Peabody and Stearns brownstone in Boston’s Back Bay that once served as the home of Samuel Appleton Browne Abbott.
Located on the corner of Marlborough and Exeter Streets, the property sits on the sunny side of a prime block in The Back Bay. Each of the eight residences in this boutique new development has been appointed with luxurious finishes while maintaining the historical beauty of the original architecture.
A unique blend between Boston’s urban culture and its historic architecture can be found in The Back Bay in what many call the heart of the city. Stretching from Massachusetts Avenue to the Boston Public Garden, the tree-lined streets filled with brownstone homes create a special type of city living.
The collection of unique shops, boutiques, galleries, department stores, and restaurants found within the Prudential Center, Copley Place and on Newbury Street provide a shopping experience like no other found in New England. When one combines these qualities with the natural attributes of the Boston Common and the Esplanade on the Charles River, all topped by the additional architectural attractions found in the Trinity Church and Boston Public Library, the Back Bay easily becomes one of the foremost neighborhoods in the United States.