Themed with Beacon Hill’s ageless grace, this refined brick townhouse has been deftly renovated for modern living by a noted Boston architect and interior designer, bringing fresh appeal to traditional style. On tree-lined West Cedar Street, between Louisburg Square and Charles Street, this stately residence overlooks the picturesque rooftops and enjoys its own outdoor oasis in a tranquil Japanese-inspired garden with fountain and pergola. The main level’s comfortably elegant living and dining rooms feature two of the six fireplaces and are accompanied by the skylit chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry. Having the space and privacy of the entire second floor, the beautiful master suite offers a fireside sitting area, closet-lined dressing room and luxurious marble bath. One of the third-floor bedrooms doubles as a den/office with built-in cabinetry. The garden level hosts an office/study and an expansive family/game room perfect for casual entertaining with a professional-style pub bar.
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