The bones of the 3,637-square-foot townhouse at 31 East Concord Street in the fast-changing South End date from 1860.
But the nine-room pile was significantly renovated in 2012. That work left behind a gorgeously contemporary interior and touches such as a roof deck with downtown Boston views.
The house also includes a chef’s kitchen, a media room, four full bathrooms, five bedrooms, and a wet bar. Two parking spots also come with.
Thirty-one East Concord is on the market through Compass for $3.5 million.
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