In the quintessential Boston dig that rocked real estate hearts, is there much better than a brick Beacon Hill Federal-style townhouse with shuttered windows on a private brick-lined street?
Quite a hidden gem, the historic home at 6 Strong Place behind Beacon Hill is a feast for the eyes, where contemporary design matches with early 19th-century detailing.
Worried about square footage in this part of town? Don’t be – we’re going vertical! The home boasts four thoughtfully designed floors and more than 2,000 square feet, a stunning outdoor space and … a parking lot just outside the front door.
From bottom to top, the home features inspired updates as well as classic elements. Starting at the garden level, where the kitchen, modeled after a townhouse in London, enjoys a beamed ceiling, oversized dining island, professional grade appliances and the cutest fireplace seating area.
Plus, a little secret – the half bath is hidden behind a bookshelf.
The kitchen gives way to a professionally designed backyard retreat with a slate patio and built-in benches and storage, accented with a delicate Japanese maple tree.
On the first floor, a grand entertaining space with built-ins and crown molding combines the living room and a formal dining area, with an impressive floor-to-ceiling wet bar and easy access to the patio for outdoor entertaining.
The second and third floors house the home’s three bedrooms, with the primary suite featuring twin fireplaces, walk-in closets, work spaces and a high cathedral ceiling as well as the entirety of the third floor with an updated en-suite bath.
Residence Sale on the Market for $3,200,000 Presented by Kristen Gaughan with William Revis RE & Home Services, 617-852-3004.