Published on September 22, 2016

Per 6sqft, the five-story townhouse is a popular stop on the neighborhood’s annual walking tour because of its famous past and 19th century charm.

The 5,600 square foot manse—originally built in the 1860s—features a total of seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, five living rooms, a finished basement, and a landscaped backyard. 

The stunning chef’s kitchen is outfitted with an exposed brick backsplash, a stainless steel workstation, and farmhouse-style doors that open directly onto an enormous patio overlooking the backyard garden. 

Though renovated, the townhouse still holds several original architectural details such as the stone fireplaces and 13-ft-tall ceilings, while new additions—like the glass-walled sunroom—offer some modern appeal. 

The top two floors double as a bi-level master suite and include three rooms (a bedroom, sitting room, and study) as well as a second kitchen and dining area. 

Plus the backyard boasts a manicured garden, lounging deck, and an al fresco dining area. No wonder this posh place made such a splash on TV! 

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