Biggest sales: A triplex penthouse in Beacon Hill for $4.4 million

Luxury Beacon Hill Boston
66 mount vernon st unit 2 living space
66 Mount Vernon St., Unit 2, constitutes eight rooms split over three levels. Justin Anfuso of Anfuso Imaging

The priciest home sale in Greater Boston last week, according to the Multiple Listing Service, was a Beacon Hill penthouse triplex that dropped for $4,400,000 on Nov. 21.

The eight rooms in unit 2 at 66 Mount Vernon St. are split across three floors, each with a private outdoor space and private elevator access.

Bill Gehan of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate was the listing agent for the property.

The 2,888-square-foot unit is in a Federal-style town house that dates to 1809. The home, renovated in 2010, offers four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half bathroom, as well as smart-home technology.

The main floor features an open living and dining space with a gas fireplace, as well as the kitchen. Custom cabinets, granite counters, an island, a pantry, and high-end appliances, including a wall oven with a warming drawer, make up the culinary space, which also affords access to a terrace for dining al fresco.

The bedrooms are on the second floor, including a master suite with a marble bathroom.

The top level offers a great room with a home theater, guest room, and wet bar.

Above this, a roof deck provides a panoramic view of the Boston skyline.

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