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Beacon Hill Federal From the 1830s Comes w/ Five Fireplaces

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The townhouse at 100 Revere Street in Beacon Hill is done in that imitable Federal style that defines much of Boston architecture. It also comes with a really neat atelier window on the top floor and a wet bar straight out of Mad Men. The 2,276-square-foot spread with bones in the 1830s(!) has five fireplaces as well, basically one for nearly every room, including two of the four bedrooms. A sale of 100 Revere is pending as of very late January. It last traded in 2004 for $1,075,000. The townhouse was asking $2,345,000 through Gibson Sotheby's, its price having come down steadily down from $2,575,000 in May 2015. Stay tuned for the closing.
· The Best Examples of Boston's Famed Federal Architecture [Curbed Boston]
· Our Tuesday Townhouse archive [Curbed Boston]