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Monday, Dec 06, 2021

An Historic Peabody & Stearns Duplex in Boston With Coffered Ceilings

An Historic Peabody & Stearns Duplex in Boston With Coffered Ceilings

The gorgeous, massive rooms of this pet-friendly residence are a wonder of intricate millwork and artisanal detail.

Originally built as a single-family home in 1884, the Thayer mansion was lovingly rehabilitated as 4-unit condominium in 2018. Coffered ceilings, carved moulding, painted wall panels, and stained glass still adorn the massive rooms of these breathtaking spaces. This particular two-story residence features soaring ceilings, ornate interior architectural detailing, three fireplaces with restored mantels, and full-sized windows flanked by transoms. The second floor holds the privates spaces, including a grand main suite, which features a spa-like bathroom and a private office. Enhancing this listing is an outdoor deck located off the second level and an elevator that transports you to private parking in the basement.


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