The 4-BR, 3.5-BA townhouse at 167 West Brookline Street in the South End is a mix of modern and classic. Just check out the stairwells for proof.
The 3,972-square-foot property dates from 1867, but has been updated significantly, including by the last owner, who got the house for $2,000,000 in August 2010. There are modern Miele appliances, of course, as well as marble counters (and, for that matter, two parking spaces for the latest automobiles). Then there are old-school touches like the French doors that connect the kitchen with the dining and family rooms. Listed by Sprogis & Neale Real Estate, the house was asking $3,500,000, and has apparently found a buyer—after less than a month on the market. Such is luxury Boston nowadays.
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