The 2,700-square-foot, eight-room townhouse at 4 Acorn Street in Beacon Hill was on the sales market for much of 2017.
It was originally asking $3,695,000, though that price came down by $200,000 by the summer. Shortly before Thanksgiving, the listing was gone.
Now it’s back—again through Campion & Co.—and this time for $3,395,000.
Yes, the price tag affords a buyer the potential for three bedrooms; and there are three and a half bathrooms, a modern kitchen, a private deck, and plenty of detailing that connotes the townhouse’s circa 1825 birth.
But what really counts is that 4 Acorn fronts along what’s often called the most beautiful street in the nation. Surrender to the cobblestone.
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