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Beacon Hill's 60 Chestnut Sells After Six-Figure Discount

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The renovated townhouse at 60 Chestnut Street in Beacon Hill originally dropped in April 2015 for $5,650,000. The 3,282-square-foot Federal was easily one of the more gorgeous homes on the entire Boston market, with flourishes such as reclaimed marble fireplaces from the early 19th century and a main suite that unfolded over the entire third floor (and that included the bathroom seen above). Yet, for all its updated desirability, the price on 60 Chestnut kept a-tumblin' down, all the way to its closing tag on Friday. The townhouse in the end went for an even $5,000,000.
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