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Only Condo Inside Historic Boston Landmark Asks $4.9M

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Location: Boston, Mass.
Price: $4,900,000
The Skinny: The only residential unit included in the mixed-use redevelopment of the Charles Street Meeting House, this 4,000-square-foot condo offers four bedrooms and four bathrooms in the heart of Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood. Despite a disjointed floorplan, the unit came to market this week, asking a whopping $4.9M. That's the price that one must pay to live inside a 206-year-old landmark that was the first racially integrated church in America, a center of the abolitionist movement, and a fine example of early American architecture. While tourists mill around outside, the residents of this rare condo enjoy direct access to the original wooden cupola, with its sweeping views of the Boston skyline.
· 125 Mount Vernon Street [Zillow]
· Sole Charles Street Meeting House Condo Up for Grabs [Curbed Boston]