13 & 15 Marlborough Street

This tree-lined first block of Marlborough Street is perhaps one of the most elegant
neighborhoods in Boston.


Charles Kirby, the architect of the original Boston Public Library, built the two distinctive ​five-story residences at 13 & 15 Marlborough Street in the French-inspired Brick ​Academic style in 1864.

Keeping with the elegant tradition first established by Mr. Kirby, Stonegate, in collaboration with Ahern-Schopfer and Associates Architects, redesigned these two historic structures into ​​one single building in 2004.