The townhouse at 14 Chestnut Street in Beacon Hill dates from 1822, and was renovated in 2010 into three different units, including a triplex for the owner. That spread was asking $19,000 a month in rent earlier this year (it looks like it got it, too). Now the whole 7,308-square-foot shebang is up for grabs on the sales market as of Friday. The townhouse wants $7,200,000 through Beth Dickerson of Gibson Sotheby's. That includes said triplex, which runs to about 5,300 square feet and has four bedrooms as well as three and a half bathrooms. There's a private garden off its kitchen and an 800-square-foot deck with a vine-y trellis. Oh! And the 50-foot-long library includes original woodwork from the early 19th century. Each of the other two units have two bedrooms (meh). All totaled, there are 22 rooms in 14 Chestnut and eight fireplaces. Go.
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