On the Market: A Townhouse Around the Corner from the Common
Perks include a roof deck, garage parking, and a garden with a fountain.
33 Branch Street, Beacon Hill
Size: 2,935 square feet
Though it’s just around the corner from the oldest public park in the country, this white brick townhouse has a few impressive outdoor spaces of its own. It sits tucked away on a side street lined with gas lamps, and offers both a garden and a roof deck.
The rarely available abode, which just hit the market for $5.1 million, comes with one other highly coveted amenity: garage parking. Enter through the garage to arrive in an airy foyer with an elevator. It breaks off into a study, a library, a bedroom, and a laundry room, while a winding set stairs leads to the second level. Up there, find the kitchen, the fireplaced living room, and a formal dining room that opens to a garden with a fountain. The charming open-air hangouts don’t stop there—head past the third floor to reach the townhouse’s dreamy roof deck (with room for a hot tub, no less).
For information, contact S. Fulani Butler and Barbara Cowley Team, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, gibsonsothebysrealty.com.
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