On the Market: An English-Inspired Manse in Beacon Hill
This remarkable townhouse has soaring beamed ceilings and mullioned windows.
32 Lime Street, Boston
Size: 5,194 square feet
Lime Street in Beacon Hill is a special place. Unlike many of the neighborhood’s other thoroughfares, it’s not lined with rows of identical Federal-style townhouses. Instead, there’s an eclectic mix of architectural influences, from Tudor to Georgian.
Then there’s this stately home for sale at 32 Lime Street, with a great room influenced by 17th-century English design. The one-of-a-kind manse is anchored by this great room, boasting double-height beamed ceilings, a wall of mullioned windows, a grand fireplace, and a library nook. Within the home’s 5,194 square feet, there are also five bedrooms, an updated kitchen, a regal formal dining room, and a full stairway leading to the roof deck.
The price tag? Just $6.4 million. But that premium comes with some history, as the buyer of this palatial pad will be the fourth-ever owner of the place since its construction in 1914.
For information, contact Tracy Campion, Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate, campionre.com.
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