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Beacon Hill townhouse dating from 1843 includes a roof deck and four fireplaces

The stately federal on a private way wants $2.25 million

The entry of a narrow cobblestone street through an open wrought-iron fence. Photos via LandVest

The bones of the 1,900-square-foot, four-fireplace federal at 3 Sentry Hill Place in Beacon Hill date from 1843, but the townhouse was renovated in 2013.

The spread—on one of the tony neighborhood’s private streets—includes three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. A roof deck accessible via a staircase and with a small head house caps the affair, which is asking $2.25 million through Terrence Maitland at LandVest.

That’s hefty, but perhaps it’s to be expected given the property and its location. The median sales price for a downtown Boston townhouse at the end of 2019 was $1,311,500, according to a report from appraiser Miller Samuel and brokerage Douglas Elliman.

A living room with two couches facing each other and built-in bookshelves at one end.
A dining area with a table and chairs next to the living room, and there are two fireplaces side by side.
A long galley kitchen with double sinks.
A bedroom with a bed and a fireplace.
An upstairs office area with a desk and built-in bookshelves.
A bedroom with a bed, a table and chairs, and two windows.
A glass head house at the top of some stairs, leading to a roof deck.