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Princely Back Bay floor-through drops for $5.95 million

The 10-room, five-fireplace spread includes its own elevator entrance as well as Charles River views

A condo foyer via an elevator, and the cage-like door of the elevator is closed.
Welcome to the second-floor spread—via the elevator entrance.
Photos via Tracy Campion/Campion & Company

Back Bay was the only downtown Boston neighborhood where the average per-square-foot sales price for condos in the fourth quarter of 2019 ran northward of $2,000, according to appraiser Miller Samuel and the Warren Group, a local research firm. And the enclave’s median condo sales price was a cool $2.09 million.

So a listing such as Unit 2 at 380 Beacon Street—with its $5.95 million tag through Campion & Company—should not come as a titanic shock.

Besides, the condo is a sizable spread. A floor-through with its own elevator entrance, it runs to 3,714 square feet and includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms—10 rooms total, many with Charles River views. There are also five fireplaces, and the circa-1900 building includes a shared roof deck.

Finally, there’s the Back Bay location itself.

A large, opulent dining room with a 12-seat table and a fireplace.
The dining room seats at least 12 comfortably.
A wood-paneled room with a fireplace and furniture.
Wood-paneled rooms with grand fireplaces seem to be a staple of the Back Bay market.
A long kitchen opening into another room and with counters on both sides.
The kitchen runs through a good portion of the condo.
A bedroom with a bed and a couch at the end, and there’s a large painting of a woman on the wall.
The main bedroom is on a corner.
A large bathroom with a long double vanity, a soaking tub, and a small separate room for the toilet.
This is one of the three full baths.