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Charlestown townhouse dating from 1808 on sale for $1.8 million

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The historic Warren Street pile includes seven fireplaces

A dining room with a table and chairs and a fireplace. Photos via Coldwell Banker

The bones of the townhouse at 81 Warren Street in Charlestown’s gas light district date from 1808. The house reflects that age in its flooring, its seven (!) fireplaces, and the stone walls in its basement.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom is retailing now through Coldwell Banker’s Grace Bloodwell for $1.8 million, or $644 a square foot. That might be seen as a relative steal in today’s Boston housing market.

And the tag includes garage parking two blocks away as well as rights to a cobblestone garden and to share a landscaped yard with two other residences.

The exterior of a three-story townhouse as seen from behind an iron fence.
A modern kitchen with a table and chairs and a small desk.
A living room with a fireplace and furniture.
A bedroom with a bed and a dresser.
The landing of a stairwell.
An empty upstairs room with a fireplace.