A gut-renovated 1835 Greek Revival townhouse in Boston

Posted on Wed, 28 Jun 2023 by KiM

This 10,000 square foot Beacon Hill project took three years to complete. Built in 1835, the five-bedroom Greek Revival townhouse had seen grander days. In 2001, a young Boston couple purchased the building from the Unitarian Church’s Beacon Press. Having been converted into a warren of cubicles, all five levels of the interior required gut renovations. The final outcome captured 19th-century European grandeur in a modern setting within Boston’s most historic neighborhood.
A bit more traditional than I typically gravitate towards but that lovely yellow kitchen, cheerful stairwell and so many gorgeous bathrooms left me smitten and I had to share this with you all. Designed by Heidi Pribell.

barb says:

No expense was spared on this grand lady. Exquiste workmanship and design.

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