4 Beds
4, 3 half Baths
8,350 SqFt
0.05 Acre Lot
2,016 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Single Family
Price Type
Year Built 1866
Days on Website 329

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$14,000,000 – 175 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02116

Street View

Courtesy of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate, Bill Gehan.


This 8350 sf brick and limestone townhouse has undergone a complete renovation, offering magnificent living and entertaining rooms, 4+ bedrooms, 7 gas fireplaces, a large roof deck with panoramic views, a lift to all floors, and two-car garage parking. The main entry opens into a welcoming foyer and the graceful stair takes you to the walnut paneled library and a large entertaining/dining space with butler’s pantry. On the next level, the immense kitchen has a sizable center island, Wolf, Sub Zero, and Miele appliances, custom cabinetry, pantry and dining in the bay window. The living/family room is also on this floor, with 13 foot ceilings and a stately bay window overlooking Beacon Street. The master level has a sumptuous bath with a large soaking tub and twin vanities, oversized closets, and an elegant bedroom. There are 3 bedrooms with en-suite baths on the upper floors, as well as a great room and wet bar. The roof deck has sweeping skyline and river views, plus a Wolf gas grill.

Property Details and Features


  • City: Boston
  • State: Massachusetts
  • ZIP code: 02116
  • County: Suffolk
  • Area: Back Bay


  • Price: $14,000,000
  • Listing ID: 72565485


  • 4 bedrooms


  • 4 full bathrooms
  • 3 half bathrooms
  • Master bathroom


  • 1866
  • 9 total rooms
  • 8,350 square feet
  • Stone/Concrete
  • Victorian


  • 0.05 acres


  • Public


  • Disclosures: Currently Assessed And Taxed At Values Prior To The Extensive Renovation.


  • Natural Gas


  • Tax ID: 3352776
  • Tax year: 2019
  • Tax amount: 20838


  • Under
  • 2 garage spaces


  • 1 parking space

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