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Another Number Swings for That Chestnut Street Magic


Beacon Hill's Chestnut Street can produce some real showstoppers on the Boston sales market, no doubt about that. We're not sure if the newly listed townhouse at 4 Chestnut is one of those. You be the judge.

The 5,439-square-foot, 10-room spread has bones in the 1820s; a sweeping spiral staircase wending to all levels; six bedrooms; four bathrooms and two half-baths; a double parlor and formal dining room; and a landscaped patio with a separate entrance to a large 1-BR apartment (or "guest suite" as the Campion & Co. listing suggests). It wants $4,495,000—a relatively affordable $826 a square foot. Thoughts?
· 61 Chestnut Street Wants $3M-Plus More Than It Got in '13 [Curbed Boston]
· Lightning-Fast Trade on Beacon Hill's Chestnut Street [Curbed Boston]
· Our Tuesday Townhouse archive [Curbed Boston]