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Chestnut Street TH Comes with 'Motor Court' for Six Cars

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When it rains ultra-luxury in Boston, it apparently pours. And just when we think the topmost of the market can't get any more gobsmacking, we get properties like this. The Robert Paul listing for the townhouse at 77 Chestnut Street in Beacon Hill drops only days after the $11.6M Brewster & Berkowitz one for 13 Louisburg Square, also in Beacon Hill. Seventy-seven Chestnut has all the trimmings, including Juliet balconies off the sunken living room, a private deck, three full baths, four bedrooms and a media room. What really makes you pause, though, is what the listing describes as a "motor court" just beyond the unassuming facade. It can safely hold up to six cars, with a wood-paneled elevator there to whisk the drivers and passengers away. The 6,550-square-foot 77 Chestnut Street last traded way back in September 1999 for $2,087,500. It's asking a cool $10,500,000 this time around. Happy rainy Monday.
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