This charming townhouse flooded with sunlight and built in 1845 is situated on the “flat” of Chestnut Street, once the home to many stables and mews. There is an attractive second floor mahogany deck off the kitchen with redwood fencing. A separate side passageway leads from the street to a beautiful garden which has been featured on the “Beacon Hill Garden Tour”. The owner who bought the house in 1958 has run one side of the first floor as a well known designers’ shop ever since. This is a very desirable and versatile property. There is central a/c with a new rooftop compressor installed in 2016. The slate and rubber roofs have been replaced within the past 10 years (2nd floor rubber deck roof new in 2015). A recent engineering report (and excavation) stated that the house has no pilings.
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