The last time the townhouse at 22 Appleton Street in the South End traded was way back in January 1989 for $335,000 (about $737K in today's money). A lot has changed about the house and the neighborhood since then, of course, not least of all the roof of the nine-room, 2,292-square-foot Federal-style spread: It now includes a hot tub with vus of the Pru and Hancock. Not bad. As for the rest of the place, there are three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, two wood-burning fireplaces (including one in the master suite) and a basement not included in the official square footage. There's also a second kitchen on that top floor with easy access to the hot tub. Twenty-two Appleton now wants $2,395,000. Yes, how times change.
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