The 3,751-square-foot townhouse at 46 Appleton Street in the South End last traded in June 2013 for $3,300,000 following some massive price-chops. The 13-room, eight-fireplace spread dating from 1890 has since been renovated and is back on the market as the always-enviable neighborhood's most expensive new listing. Its crown jewel (literally) is a private roof deck that, like the other levels, is accessible via elevator. There are also two parking spaces for rent at the nearby Atelier condo building. The 5-BR, 3.5-BA spread wants $3,795,000 this go-round.
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