The 7,500-square-foot, 14-room townhouse at 344 Beacon Street in Back Bay just hit the sales market through Campion & Co. for the first time since at least 2003.
It sold for about $6.1 million back then. This go-round 344 Beacon wants $11.2 million.
The amount instantly makes it one of the most expensive listings in Boston.
What’s that hefty sum buy besides the location and the space? Lots of things: A two-story library; an elevator; ample outdoor seating, including with views of the Charles; seven fireplaces; a separate suite with a private entrance; the potential for five bedrooms; six full bathrooms; and three parking spaces, including two garaged.
There is also quite the skylight up top.
- Boston’s 25 most expensive homes for sale, mapped [Curbed Boston]