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Beacon Street Victorian with seven gas fireplaces, elevator drops for $15 million

A roof deck caps the recently renovated limestone-and-brick pile dating from 1866

A sweeping foyer in a townhouse with double front doors and a checkered floor. Photos via Campion & Company

The brick-and-limestone townhouse at 175 Beacon Street in Back Bay dates from 1866, but the pile has been thoroughly renovated of late and is on sale now for $14,995,000, making it easily one of the 10 most expensive homes for sale in Boston now.

The renovation left behind a sleek nine-room, 8,350-square-foot interior with touches of the townhouse’s history—its seven fireplaces, for instance—mingling with modern ones such as the cabinetry and the appliances in the kitchen.

The house has four bedrooms as well as five and a half bathrooms; and there’s an elevator to each level. A roof deck caps the whole affair, which is on offer through Campion & Company’s Bill Gehan.

The limestone lower exterior of a townhouse with double front doors.
A sweeping staircase with hardwood floors.
A wood-paneled sitting room with a large marble fireplace.
A living room with windows at one end and a couch as well as a marble fireplace.
A modern kitchen with a long island in the middle.
A large bathroom with marble everywhere, four windows, and a soaking tub at one end.
A roof deck with a gas grill in the foreground and the Boston skyline beyond.