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Beacon Hill townhouse with 24 windows on sale for $2.65 million

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The corner pile dates from the 1880s and includes 13-foot beamed ceilings

A living room with beamed ceilings, a short stairwell leading into it, a kitchen with stools on one side, and a flat-screen TV above a fireplace on the other. Photos via Coldwell Banker

The bones of the 2,208-square-foot townhouse at 79 West Cedar Street in Beacon Hill date from 1880, and the house retains some of that provenance with touches such as the two fireplace mantles and the beamed ceilings (which are in turn 13 feet high in some places).

The corner pile—which is retailing now for $2.65 million through Coldwell Banker—includes a thoroughly updated interior (the house last sold for $1.9 million in 2015) with three bedrooms and two full baths as well as two half-baths. There’s also central AC.

Seventy-nine West Cedar includes a back deck and a fieldstone foundation. What’d you think?

An expansive dining room with a table and chairs, and a wall of cabinets to one side.
A modern kitchen with an oven and microwave and lots of cabinets.
A children’s bedroom with a bed and some stuffed animals, and there are beamed ceilings.
A bedroom with beamed ceilings and a bed as well as a desk with a chair.
A bedroom with stacked drawers and double-door closet.
A small deck with two chairs and a table with an umbrella open above it.
The brick exterior of a townhouse along an empty sidewalk, and there are flowers in a flower box in front of the first-floor windows.