The fabulously elegant townhouse at 41 Chestnut Street brings a lot to the table to begin with: 10 rooms; five fireplaces; a back deck and a patio; more than 4,000 square feet of living space; not one, but two laundry rooms; bones in the 1820s. It also comes with a hefty price tag: $4,495,000. That tag, the biggest new townhouse one in all of Boston, could swell even larger should a buyer desire parking. The Gibson Sotheby's listing for 41 Chestnut offers a parking spot in the Brimmer Street Garage for $295,000—plus condo fee. We all know how valuable parking can be in downtown Boston.
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