It was asking $4,500,000 through Campion & Co., and came with all the bells and whistles: six fireplaces; an eat-in kitchen; bones from the late 19th century; a separate 1-BR apartment; and a foyer big enough for a baby grand piano.
In the end, 345 Beacon went for a cool $4,270,000. That is a cool $230,000 off the asking. But. Still. Quite a bit, even by 2017 standards. And, lest one think it took forever to sell, its eight months on the market was just about average for Back Bay.
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