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Historic House Listings

Federal townhouse in Boston with six levels! Circa 1899. $20,500,000

November 8, 2019

This federal townhouse was built in 1899. It is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The home is situated in the desirable Louisburg Square area of Boston. There are six levels of living space and an elevator services all floors. The garden level of the home has a bike room, ski room, caterers kitchen, and a 3,000 bottle wine cellar. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 7,610 square feet. $20,500,000

From the Zillow listing:

 

Louisburg Square, Boston’s most prestigious address. This historic Federal townhouse has six levels of gracefully proportioned rooms with high ceilings, French doors, a sweeping circular staircase and ELEVATOR. Elegant bow front windows, with wrought-iron trim, provide all-day natural light throughout this magnificent home. Gracious formal dining room with palladian china cabinets and gas fireplace. Grand living room accented with stately columns and gas fireplace. Spacious eat-in kitchen w/Viking appliances, granite counters, pantry and desk area which lead directly to family room with access to courtyard, exercise studio and playroom. Study with mahogany wet bar, wood-burning fireplace and Juliet balcony. Five spacious bedrooms, each with ample closet space. Garden level boasts bike room, ski room, extensive storage, caterer’s kitchen, and European-style (3000+ bottles) wine cellar. Central A/C. Laundry on three levels. Roof deck with spectacular views. Two parking spots in front.

 

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