About The Frederick
The property features an 8-unit brownstone condo complex with 8 parking spaces located in the heart of Coolidge Corner, Brookline. The property consists of a brick three-story building containing a total of 10,050 square feet on a .13-acre parcel. The project is currently undergoing a full interior renovation.
Built in 1910, it is conveniently located on Beacon St just steps to Coolidge Corner and directly on the Green C line train. It is within walking distance to nearby Longwood Medical Area, numerous restaurants, and retail shops, Kenmore Square, Fenway Park, and all that downtown Boston has to offer.
The Frederick was named for the father of American landscape architecture – Frederick Law Olmsted – and his transformation of Beacon Street in 1886 from a country road to a tree-lined boulevard.
Each of the two-bedroom, two-bathroom homes are meticulously designed with an open concept and timeless style – all complemented by oversized windows that embrace the interior with natural light. The residences are outfitted with Nuheat radiant hardwood oak floors and a professional chef's kitchen, featuring a large island to seat four, custom white cabinets by Appleton, seamless quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. Master bedroom suites all have walk-in closets and equally luxurious bathrooms.