The 4,000-square-foot townhouse at 6 West Hill Place in a quiet corner of Beacon Hill near the Red Line’s Charles/MGH stop comes with all the bells and whistles.
There is a roof deck with an outdoor kitchen; a wine cellar with its own secret door connecting it to a lounge; a chef’s kitchen; five and a half bathrooms; and five bedrooms, each with ample closet space. There are also two parking spaces.
California-based Backen & Gillam Architects designed the spread in a building that dates from World War I. Given its location and those aforementioned bells and whistles, 6 West Hill does not come cheaply: It’s on sale now through Craig Brody for $5,995,000.