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Former Napoleon Club Turned Townhouse is Back

Tucked away in the Bay VIllage in a Victorian carriage house, the Napoleon Club was a piano bar that ran for over 40 years since the 1950's. It was eventually converted into a single family home and recently sold for $1,324,000 in 2011.

Behind the historic facade, the 3-BR, 3.5-BA home is decked out in the latest technology and upgrades. A single remote controller gives you access to the home's television controls, heating/cooling, lighting, and sound system throughout the 2,400 square feet home. Sleek and modern design greets you from the moment you step in the foyer. The living room features 20 feet ceilings, plaster walls, and a fireplace. The design continues into the formal dining room and kitchen with chandeliers and custom furnishings. Living quarters are situated on the third floor of this townhouse and the bathrooms have been upgraded with soaking tubs and mosaic tile work. To top it off, it comes with its own private roof deck. It's back on the market and it can be all yours for $1,850,000. — Brenda Phan

· Listing: 52 Piedmont Street [Zillow]
· Our Tuesday Townhouse archive [Curbed Boston]