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Meet East Boston's Priciest Listing: an Eagle Hill Victorian


The 5-BR, 3-BA townhouse at 39 Princeton Street in the Eagle Hill section of Eastie dropped late last week. Where to begin with this Victorian beaut? There are five marble fireplaces; 11-foot ceilings in the living room; a chef's kitchen; original plaster details and pocket doors dating from the mid-19th century; and a roof deck with Harbor and downtown Boston vus.

The 3,176-square-footer wants $995,000 through Gibson Sotheby's—or a relatively modest $313 a square foot. That's nevertheless more than enough to make 39 Princeton Eastie's priciest listing by far (the nearest competitor is a $499K condo on Montmorenci Avenue). Will it trade bonkers fast? Eastie townhouses have been known to. Stay tuned.
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