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Beacon Hill triplex with six fireplaces renting for nearly $20,000 month

Chestnut Street spread in building dating from 1822 includes roof deck

A long living room with a wood-beamed ceiling and plush furniture. Photos courtesy of Frank Carroll/Boston Realty Net

The nine-room, 5,000-square-foot triplex at 14 Chestnut Street in Beacon Hill includes six fireplaces, a family room with surround sound, and a formal dining room. There’s also outdoor space, including a brick patio and a roof deck.

What’s more, the bones of its building date from 1822—not a difficult feat in Beacon Hill, but such age is still something.

All of this—the location, the provenance, and the scope—do not come cheap. The triplex is asking $19,500 a month through Frank Carroll at Boston Realty Net (it was asking $22,000 earlier in the summer). That makes it one of the pricier askings in a Boston rental market that continues to rank as one of the most expensive in the nation.

An office with a wood-beamed ceiling and plush furniture.
A modern kitchen with an L-shaped island in the middle.
A living room with a mirror over the fireplace and two couches.
A spacious dining room with a table and chairs in front of a marble fireplace.
A wall of windows and French doors.
An upstairs landing with the banister of the stairs showing.
A bedroom with two windows, two beds, and one fireplace.
A bathroom with a tub and a bidet.