An exquisite city-center residence in an ambiance seeming like a tranquil garden suburb, this one-of-a-kind circa 1914 townhouse by noted architect Richard Arnold Fisher stands on a tree-canopied, block-long street on the Flat of Beacon Hill. Inspired by English traditions, this beautifully livable jewel with six fireplaces has been tastefully restored by its long-time current owners, and features enchanting outdoor spaces on the private garden terrace and the full roof deck where 360-degree views take in the gold-domed State House, Back Bay and Downtown. As the showpiece living/entertaining space, the lofty double-storied great room is at once grand and inviting, rising to a beamed ceiling above the luminous window wall, majestic fireplace and library wall with minstrel’s gallery. The garden level’s airy window-walled open space combines the gourmet kitchen and casual living/dining area. The versatile bedroom layout offers the option of creating an expansive full-floor master suite.
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