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173 Commonwealth Avenue, Unit 1, Back BayBoston, MA 02116Rental Price: $7,500

  • Rental Price: $7,500
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  • $7,500List Price
  • 2Bedrooms
  • 2Full Bath
  • 2,750Square Feet

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Welcome to the grand owner's duplex apartment at 173 Commonwealth Ave. Designed by the Boston-born architect, John Harleston Parker, this distinctive and spectacular home is adorned with original Gilded Age details: gorgeous marble and hardwood/parquet floors, ornate wood moldings and walls, Italian crafted marble fireplaces, elaborately carved entry doors, a French wrought iron and ormolu balustrade, restored original single pane windows and beautiful locksets. While living here you'll enjoy 2 large bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, a large living room (originally the drawing room) and an elegant formal dining room. Private laundry on the lower level, common roof deck with commanding panoramic views of Boston & Cambridge, and one parking spot complete this stunner. Incoming tenant to pay one month's broker fee split between cooperating agents.

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Listed by Leah Ratnofsky and The Roach & Sherman Team of Compass

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