Known for its legendary Boston Pops Concert, July Harborfest, and unbelievable fireworks cruises, Boston is a hub for all things Independence Day. So why not celebrate the city and see just how far $5 million will go in good ol’ Beantown? After all, it’s a great place to retire, buy a second home, or start a new career.
And celebrating the Fourth of July in Boston is simply the icing on the cake!
If you happen to have $5 million to spare, why not consider this masterfully updated townhouse in Beacon Hill? As one of Boston’s most coveted locations, you’ll live on prime West Cedar Street and experience all the storied history Beacon Hill affords.
For starters, this tony neighborhood is one of the city’s most picturesque enclaves. Think steep streets with cobbled pathways, the gold-domed Massachusetts State House, and Federal and Victorian Row houses.
And to accompany its idyllic Boston location, the townhome affords a private patio and roof deck for watching the fireworks in style. Yes, this five-bedroom, four-and-one-half-bathroom home features panoramic city views and rich interiors clad in high design.
This includes gorgeous mahogany floors, classically scaled living and dining rooms, a chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry, plus 4,158 square feet of elegant entertaining.
Oversized windows, multiple fireplaces, and a sumptuous master suite are among the highlights. Of course, postcard views of the Back Bay skyline doesn’t hurt either.
Tracy Campion with Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate 34 W. Cedar Street, Boston, Massachusetts for $4.95 million.