The Towers of Chestnut Hill is a 16-story, luxury condominium complex located 6 miles west of Boston in the highly desirable Chestnut Hill neighborhood. This majestic gated community consists of 423 residential units nestled on 17 acres of well-manicured, tree-studded lands. Living quarters are either one, two or three-bedroom units, all offering spacious, airy floor plans. Square footage ranges between 854 – 2,345. Each unit has a large open concept living area, with high ceilings and a wall of windows that brighten up the entire room with natural light. The property abuts Webster Conservation Area, a forested 118-acre park that is home to Hammond Pond, marshes & sandstone cliffs frequented by hikers & rock climbers. Amenities abound and include a heated indoor pool, fitness area, community rooms, children’s play zones, 24-hour doorman, concierge, ample guest parking and so much more!
Living at The Towers offers the best of city-style living without the hassle! Step outside the front door and immerse yourself in the vibrant lifestyle of Chestnut Hill. Enjoy a short walk to a variety of eclectic boutiques, shops, entertainment and restaurants. Want to head into Boston or commute to work? No worries…The Tower’s prime location affords you easy access to major highways, buses and the MBTA trains.
For History and Architecture Enthusiasts
The Towers of Chestnut Hill was built in the late 1970’s and is part of the Brutalist architectural style that emerged in the 1950s and grew out of the early-20th century modernist movement. Brutalist buildings are characterized by their massive, monolithic and ‘blocky’ appearance with a rigid geometric style and large-scale use of poured concrete. The Boston area is home to over 40 Brutalist buildings, putting Boston on the international map as a center for Brutalism in America.