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This Beacon Hill Lawn Lion Is So Very Lonely

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The scrumptious townhouse at 14 Walnut Street in Beacon Hill has been on the sales market for forever. Or so it seems in this go-go Boston housing scene: It dropped in late June 2013, and hasn't budged since. Perhaps it has to do with the price, which itself hasn't budged from the original $10,000,000. Whatever the reason, the 6-BR, 11-BA, 7,122-square-foot townhouse is scrumptious. Its bones date to the 1850s and it has an elevator to every floor. Interestingly enough, too, the seller is now playing up the expansive garden out back. Earlier listing photos showed only a little bit of the greenery; now shots of the garden and its lonely animal sculptures seem to predominate.

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