Luxury Home of the Week: A Back Bay home with French country charm

Luxury Back Bay
The enclosed stone patio at 357-359 Beacon Street.
The enclosed courtyard at 357-359 Beacon St. in Back Bay. Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

This Beacon Street town house looks straight from the French countryside with its enclosed courtyard, wood-burning stove, and exposed brick and stone decor.

Listed by Frank Celeste of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, the triplex at 357-359 Beacon St. has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, seven fireplaces, 2,781 square feet of living area, an off-street parking space.

The home, priced at $4,599,000, was “crafted by elite artisans,” according to the listing. 

Its main level leads you through a warm, wood-paneled living room with a coffered ceiling, a kitchen featuring a French gas stove, and the dining room, which is anchored by a fireplace with an onyx hearth. 

On the upper level there’s a bedroom with storage space that could be repurposed into a home office, and the master suite, which features a bathroom with a soaking tub, a steam shower, heated English towel racks, and flooring with radiant heat. 

The lower level offers a media room, a climate-controlled 600-bottle wine cellar, a butler’s pantry, a guest suite, and access to an enclosed courtyard with a wood-burning stove. 

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