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What It Looks Like to Live on a Private Beacon Hill Street

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You've been on Beacon Hill's West Hill Place before. Your latest chance to peek inside the properties along the private circular way right near the Charles comes via the 3,820-square-foot Colonial townhouse at 7 West Hill Place. It dates from around World War I (1917) and comes with four bedrooms and four full bathrooms as well as direct back access to the garden bequeathed by writer Annie Adams Fields. Brand-new to the market, No. 7 wants $3,950,000 through Brewster & Berkowitz. Too much? Just right? Too little? · What It Looks Like to Live on a Private Street in Beacon Hill [Curbed Boston]
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