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Five-floor South End modern with three terraces on sale for $7.25 million

A renovation of a circa-1867 property produced the current townhouse, which also comes with five bedrooms

A modern townhouse’s living room leading to a sitting room with grand piano, and there’s a stairwell visible off the sitting room. Photos via Sprogis & Neale

A renovation of a property built in the late 1860s produced the modern townhouse at 146 West Newton Street in the go-go South End.

The five-floor house comes with the potential for five bedrooms, including a main suite with its own terrace. There are also two other terraces and a garden, and the $7.25 million tag through Sprogis & Neale covers two parking spaces as well.

The most striking feature, though, is the sleek, capacious look that the redo produced—a redo that included extending all five floors in the rear to give more space. The house totals 4,535 square feet, which is a lot for Boston inside the outer edges. What’d you think?

A living room with high ceilings and narrow shelves, and a fire going in the fireplace.
A dining room with a table and chairs, and there’s a stairwell visible beyond the room.
A kitchen with a small round table and three chairs, and a floor-to-ceiling sliding door to a terrace.
A sleek modern kitchen with large island and a double oven.
A bedroom with a bed and a chair and French doors leading to a terrace.
A modern-designed bathroom with a long, low counter.