Luxury Home of the Week: For $2.2 million, a Beacon Hill property in a private enclave
The freestanding property is part of a group of town homes behind a wrought-iron gate. Search the latest luxury listings at realestate.boston.com.
Tucked in a gated courtyard off Joy Street in Beacon Hill sits a 1850s town home boasting “history and character with a modern contemporary twist.”
The Sarkis Team at Douglas Elliman Real Estate has put 36 Joy Court, a freestanding home, on the market for $2,299,000.
The 1,821-square-foot space has been completely renovated. The seven-room home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, one half bathroom, and three fireplaces. It features a modern kitchen and two private outdoor spaces. While the property itself exudes historic charm, the electric, plumbing, and air conditioning have been updated.
Other highlights of this home include a floating staircase, an open layout, hardwood flooring, a sliding barn door, and a master bath with a walk-in shower and a soaking tub.
The property does not come with parking.
The Joy Court collection of town houses has been shielded from the hustle and bustle of Beacon Hill by a wrought-iron gate, according to the listing. This home is on the market for $2,299,000, but the “seller is inviting all offers.”
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Correction: A previous version of this story gave an incorrect listing price.
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