Our client, Maison Vernon, was featured in forbes.com's latest story titled, "10 Hot Properties For Your Viewing Pleasure."
Boston, a resilient city who’s architecture has survived sharp criticism, is getting a fresh coat of European design-meets-modern American grandeur from Chevron Partners, an investment, asset and property management company whose burgeoning Maison Collection is dedicated to preserving and renovating some of the city’s iconic residences. The latest example—grand Maison Vernon, seven floor-through residences (2,300 to 4,000 square feet) by architects Meyer & Meyer, located in the coveted Beacon Hill neighborhood. Maison Vernon’s duplex penthouse (with interiors by principal Laura Meyer) boasts a rooftop suite with motorized sliding glass walls, situated on a 1,900-square-foot private terrace with 360-degree unobstructed city and river views. Historic elements remain—including a fully-restored red brick-and-carved limestone façade, a custom wrought iron and mirrored elevator, wrap-around staircases, and curated art lobby.
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