Originally commissioned by real estate investor Eliza Ann Jewett, this circa 1843 four-story brick townhome offers 6,390 square feet and an enclosed garden in the Historic Landmark District. Meticulously renovated for modern life but carefully preserved by Hansen Architects, character abounds inside, like original wood staircase railings, original fireplaces, and wide plank heart pine floors (c.1843). Generous living and dining rooms showcase Egyptian marble mantels, and thoughtfully placed doors allow for the option of openness through to the light-filled kitchen.
Take the three-stop elevator to the garden/street level, where the informal living room features two original fireplaces, a full bath, wet bar, and access to the covered patio. The four generous bedrooms in the main house include a primary boasting five closets and a luxury ensuite bathroom. A carriage house provides off-street parking and additional guest space with a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment above.