Inside a Beacon Hill Townhouse With A Surprising Twist
Inside Boston brownstones, crisp white moldings are ceiling staples, but framing a room with the same color as its walls can be a welcome twist.
At 117 Pickney Street, a four-bedroom, four-bath Beacon Hill home recently listed for $2.8 million, the monochromatic look stands out. In the family and living rooms, a muted celery green extends to the fireplace surrounds and doorways, and in the dining room a rich gold sets the tone.
Originally built in 1830, the home features distinct period details on interior floors and in its multiple outdoor spaces.
The kitchen has durable cork floors and a wall of rolling cabinets, and it leads to an outdoor dining deck. The second floor has a great room with a bay window overlooking the street. On the home’s top level, two bedrooms have lofted, beamed ceilings and a shared bath.
At 2,284 square feet, the home also has a finished lower level that includes a bath, fifth bedroom or office, laundry room, cedar closet, and additional storage.
For information, visit kw.com, or contact Jane C. Hoffmann, 617-686-9959.