Looking for a home with a modern feel in the heart of Old Boston?
The 5,323-square-foot, 3 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home rests on Byron Street in Beacon Hill, only steps from the Public Garden.
And while it’s in one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods, it doesn’t mean the property is without its modern flourishes — a lot, in fact. Check out the impressive renovations—courtesy of architect Graham Gund—that brought this classic 19th century home into the 21st, with eye-catching grid-motif balconies and dramatic, loft-like living spaces.
This home's features include a fireplace, accent walls and an open floor plan that is understated, but perfect for entertaining.
The residence also offers multiple decks, including a roof deck with fantastic views of the state house and Prudential building. But, with the large, south-facing windows and skylights throughout the home, you can get tremendous natural light without even leaving your couch. The master bedroom itself features its own private balcony and bathroom—perfect for a nice Boston summer night.
The home will even meet you halfway with elevator access to the roof.
If you’re a slide-down-the-bannister type, the home even offers a very elegant spiral staircase with beautifully designed, nearly hypnotic floors.
The asking price? A totally worth it $6.95 million.