On the Market: A Five-Story Back Bay Dream Home

It remains intact with period details on every floor.


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18 Fairfield Street
Price: $4,200,000
Size: 4,034 square feet
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 4.5

Constructed in 1870, like many Back Bay buildings, this five-story bow-front has avoided the common conversion to a multi-family residence, and remains intact with period details on every floor. Last sold in 2000, the property has ideal living spaces, multiple outdoor areas, and two parking spots in the heart of the neighborhood. Inside, a sky-lit staircase connects each floor. On the parlor level, a sunroom, family room and living room offer exceptional entertaining spaces. The garden level has a galley kitchen and a spacious dining room, along with one of the home’s four+ bedrooms. On the second floor, a master suite, complete with a bath and walk-in closet, is separated from the other sleeping areas. The third floor has three bedrooms and a bathroom, and the fourth floor, suited for private guest quarters, has a bedroom and bath. Additional highlights of the home include six fireplaces and a bi-level roof deck with panoramic views of the city.

For information contact Tracy Campion, Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate, campionre.com.

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