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Boston Townhouses

6 epic Boston townhouses for sale right now

It seems that in these (relative) dog days of summer it’s raining luxury townhouses in the city. Here’s a rundown on the six most spectacular to drop recently.

Epic federal townhouse across from Boston Common drops for $17M

The 16-room, nine-fireplace 39 Beacon Street has not sold since November 1996, when it went for about $1,220,000 in today’s coinage.

Renovated Beacon Hill townhouse returns after massive price-chop

It was the spring when last we checked in with the 12-room 9 Walnut Street. It was asking $8,250,000, but soon disappeared from the market. Now it’s back for a ton less.

Six-Car Motor Court in Beacon Hill That Much Closer Within Reach

The five-floor carriage house at 77 Chestnut Street thundered onto the market in June 2015 for $10,500,000, offering flourishes such as a wood-paneled elevator from the private parking lot. Now that tag has come down significantly.

Extra-Wide in the South End

Townhouse's price tag has shrunk considerably, though

New Bay Village Townhouse Aims to Blend Modern, Classic

Pinckney Street Colonial Trades After Another Big Price-Chop

Beacon Hill Federal From the 1830s Comes w/ Five Fireplaces

Back Bay's 345 Beacon Has Room for a Piano in the Foyer

South End's 113 Pembroke Offers 'Teenage Suite' Possibility

What It Looks Like to Live Inside a South Boston Colonial

Charlestown Brownstone Has Finished Basement, Potential

Boston's Most Spectacular Townhouses of 2015: a Gallery