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Boston
$8,595,000

MLS Number: 72413983    Create & Print PDF    |  Bookmark   |  Microsite  
Type: Residential
Area | County: Boston 
Community | City: Suffolk 
Neighborhood: Boston 
Location: 77 Chestnut St
Boston , MA
Beds: 4  |  F. Baths: 3  |  H. Baths: 3
Style: Multi-Level,Carriage House
Built: 1899
Approx. SQFT: 6550.00
Acreage: 0.03
Parking: Off-Street
Fireplaces: 2
Elementary: Boston
Middle School: Boston
High School: Boston

The final opportunity to own an elegant, virtually new South-facing home on quintessential Chestnut Street on the Flat of the Hill that has it all: Private entrance and parking for 5+ cars, fast, spacious commercial elevator with walnut and bronze cab to all floors; top-level family room with access to terrace with panoramic city views. This sunny home features 4+ bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and myriad of closets. Grand entertainment rooms on the 2nd floor, with dramatic high ceilings and tasteful architecture are well-suited for modern or traditional decor. The eat-in kitchen is mindfully designed with high-end appliances and cabinetry, center island, and butler's pantry. The master bedroom suite has 5 large closets and adjacent nursery/walk-in closet. An inviting home theater and gallery are a garden-level oasis. This exceptionally well-built home from the piles up, stands within block and a half from the iconic Public Garden, Charles River promenade, and Charles Street shops.

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Public Transportation
Shopping
Park
Walk/Jog Trails
Medical Facility
Bike Path
Conservation Area
Highway Access
House of Worship
Marina
Private School
Public School
T-Station
University

Directions
Charles Street to Chestnut Street.

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46 Gloucester Street | Boston, MA 02115

617.962.0142

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