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Luxury Home of the Week: For $7 million, a condo spanning two Back Bay brownstones

Buying Luxury Back Bay
314 Dartmouth St.
314 Dartmouth St., Unit B, was once part of a sprawling mansion architect George Wheatland Jr. built in 1871. Justin Anfuso of Anfuso Imaging

This Back Bay floor-through home clocks in at 3,440 square feet and spans two brownstones .

Unit B at 314 Dartmouth St. was once part of a sprawling mansion architect George Wheatland Jr. built in 1871. After a renovation in the 1990s, it’s now one of five condo units.

The entry foyer features an elegant multi-tiered tray ceiling with hidden and recessed lighting. Just off the foyer, the kitchen boasts custom wood cabinets, granite countertops, a central island, stainless-steel appliances, and a fireplace (one of four in the home).

Arched doorways lead from the dining room to a grand living room with its original ornate ceiling, fireplace, and bulls-eye windows. Bay windows from both rooms overlook Dartmouth Street.

A brochure for the listing calls the home’s study the “centerpiece” of the space. It boasts custom built-ins and an original stained-glass window.

The master suite has two walk-in closets, a decorative fireplace, and a large master bath. The other two bedrooms have separate baths.

“This home blends the best elements of Old-World charm with the modern amenities of today’s living,” a brochure on the property reads. “A true trophy home in the heart of Boston’s most historic and desired neighborhood, this property is not one to be missed.”

The unit also comes with elevator access, a wet bar, and a parking space.

The condo has three bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate has listed it for $6,999,000.

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