The Burrage House is a mansion located at 314 Commonwealth Avenue. It is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city of Boston. This Back Bay mansion was built in 1899 for Albert C. Burrage who was an attorney, industrialist, and philanthropist. The mansion remained owned by the Burrage’s until Albert’s wife, Alice, died in 1947. It was sold and then went through a variety of uses – including a doctor’s office and a senior-care facility. Most recently, in 2003, the building was converted into four luxury condos. The Burrage Mansion offers many unusual amenities for the discerning homeowner, complemented by modern residential features befitting a property of this caliber. New England legend Tom Brady and his wife Gisele lived in a 3,400 sqft condo in the building from 2004-2008. It was also used in filming the “Little Women” remake in 2019.
Burrage Mansion, unlike many of its Commonwealth Avenue contemporaries, has survived in pristine condition. The extraordinary quality and unique character of the interior lobby and staircase have miraculously remained intact for more than 100 years This museum-quality space will remain for the enjoyment of 21st-century residents as a result of a meticulous renovation and restoration.
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- Address: 314 Commonwealth Avenue
- Town: Boston
- State: Massachusetts
- GPS: Lat 42.34930 Lng -71.08613
- Parking notes: There are many metered parking spaces along Commonwealth Ave right in front of The Burrage House. These spaces do fill up quickly though. Additional parking can be found on the nearby streets and a great paid option is the Prudential Center Parking Garage.
- Parking directions: HERE
- Location directions: HERE