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This ideal single family home on Chestnut St. exudes Beacon Hill charm. Built in 1824 by Cornelius Coolidge, this property has been completely modernized with the utmost attention to detail. The gracious floor plan features an open gourmet kitchen and family room connected to the formal dining room, magnificent double parlor with oversized pocket doors and full wet bar, gracious master suite with three closets and 5 additional family bedrooms, all connected by a sweeping elliptical staircase. Beautiful period details include stunning original fireplaces, antique hardware and elegant crown molding. The garden level features an enchanting landscaped patio and separate entrance to a large one-bedroom apartment/guest suite.
Address: 4 Chestnut St., Beacon Hill
BR/BA: Six bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths, plus one bedroom, one bath on the garden level
Size: 5,342 square feet
Age: 1824; many recent updates
Features of home: Elegant townhouse with period details combined with modern amenities; formal dining room, living room and library; newly renovated gourmet kitchen and family room; crown molding and hardwood flooring; three-story oriel; eight decorative fireplaces; surround sound; updated forced hot air heating and air conditioning systems with three new air handlers and condensers; state-of-the-art Nest thermostat that can be adjusted remotely through an iPhone or an iPad; in-law apartment; landscaped courtyard.
Close by: The State House, restaurants, shops and galleries along Charles Street; Boston Common, the Public Garden and the Esplanade; easy access to MBTA Red and Green Lines, Storrow Drive, Route 90.