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Imagine the Possibilities in This Pre-Civil War South End TH


The newly listed South End townhouse at 132 West Newton Street dates from just before the Civil War and still looks kind dated, if we go by the Coldwell Banker listing photos. Still, it is a gorgeous opportunity: 2,950 square feet; four bedrooms; three and a half bathrooms; five living levels total, including a potential au pair/in-law suite on the lower level; and direct access to at least one parking space to boot. You would just have to tear out the wallpaper post-haste, right? The eight-room spread is asking $2,679,000—or around $900 a square foot, which seems like a positive bargain nowadays. · Mapping the Civil War in the Hub 150 Years After Its End [Curbed Boston]
· Can This Boston Penthouse Command $5,000 a Square Foot? [Curbed Boston]
· Our Tuesday Townhouse archive [Curbed Boston]