One of the more remarkable residential developments in Boston in the past few years was the conversion of the former Holy Trinity German Catholic Church and rectory at 136-140 Shawmut Avenue in the South End into 33 luxury condos.
The Coldwell Banker listing for Unit 6A there provides a great peek into the project, which recently wrapped construction just before Thanksgiving in 2017.
The 2,595-square-foot “tower home” includes the potential for three bedrooms, and it also includes three and a half bathrooms as well as two decks. Vestiges of the property’s former life also shine through, of course—note the stonework and the sheer capacity of the place.
It’s on sale for $3.499 million following a $51,000 price-chop.
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