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Beacon Street townhouse with 27 closets, nine fireplaces on sale for $6.4 million-plus

Back Bay spread also includes a 600-bottle wine cellar and direct access to two parking spaces

A high-end kitchen featuring a double oven. Photos courtesy of Cabot & Company

The 15-room, 3,770-square-foot Unit 2-4 at 359 Beacon Street in Back Bay is on offer together via two separate deeds. One is to the garden level and first floor, and the other is for the second and third floors.

Altogether, the magisterial spread is configured as a triplex with a floor-though—though there are architectural plans to combine levels three and four, according to Cabot & Company’s Shelagh Brennan, who has listed the property for $6.425 million. (The units had been on sale earlier this year through another broker.)

The quasi-townhouse with what the listing describes as “European-inspired design” features touches such as 27 “bespoke closets” and nine fireplaces, including one on a landscaped terrace. There is a wine cellar that can hold 600 bottles and a guest suite with its own kitchenette.

The spread also comes with direct access to two contiguous parking spots, and some of the hardwood flooring is from when the building went up in the mid-1880s. Have a look.

A snug living room with a couch facing a large fireplace.
A dining room with a table and chairs.
A large living room with two couches and a fireplace with a fire going.
A large room with exercise machines facing a fireplace.
A bedroom with a bed and a fireplace.
A bathroom with a bath with an arched ceiling above it.
A stone terrace with plantings and furniture and a fireplace with a fire going.
A wine cellar with a low ceiling and bottles sticking out of the cellar slots.