The townhouse at 90 Pinckney Street in Beacon Hill dates from 11 years before the Civil War. It looks it on the outside—as one would expect in the oh-so-historic enclave—but it’s thoroughly modern on the inside.
And the price tag is fairly modern too: $3,695,000.
The house, which Brewster & Berkowitz is listing, includes touches such as central air and a formal dining room. It also comes with an on-street parking permit.
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