The 2,416-square-foot, 10-room townhouse at 107 Myrtle Street in Beacon Hill is on sale through Campion & Co. for $2,699,000.
The three-fireplace spread dating from 1890 is typical of the houses in the historic neighborhood—Federal on the outside, lots of charm on the inside. There’s also a private roof deck and storage for 600 wine bottles, give or take.
And, while 107 Myrtle would therefore make a fine single-family, it’s also available as a redevelopment opportunity. Condos perhaps?
The pile last traded in May 2014 for $2.2 million after years on the sales and rental markets.
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