Located at 740 Tremont Street in Boston’s picturesque South End neighborhood, the Tremont Street Methodist Episcopal Church is a beautifully large, Gothic, natural-quarry stone building that was constructed in 1862 by architect Hammatt Billings. In 1869 the Tremont Street Church congregation established the Women’s Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church and by 1909 it was the largest women’s foreign missionary society in the World.
Today, the New Hope Baptist Church calls this site home, however, this is all soon to change. In the very near future, the building will undergo a complete renovation resulting in five brand new townhomes that will grace this lovely address. Ranging from 3,000 to 7,500 square feet, all will have private entrances, access to underground parking, ample outdoor spaces ideal for entertaining and even cozy libraries. These sprawling units will have luxurious master suites along with either two or three additional bedrooms. Top of the line appliances in the kitchen and classy finishes throughout the open floor plans give one the sense of a contemporary lifestyle in yet a uniquely historic residence situated in one of the most sought after Boston locations one would ever dream of living in.