Greek elegance in the heart of Boston.
13 Louisburg Square (Sold)
This elegant townhouse is in the heart of Boston, on the upper side of prestigious Louisburg Square. The area was laid out in 1826 by the Mount Vernon Proprietors. The grassy park at the center of the square is surrounded by an iron fence and is only accessible by the abutters including those on Pinckney Street. The park has statues of Columbus and Aristides which were gifted by an Italian merchant in 1850. All the Greek Revival houses were built between 1837 and 1845 and are part of the oldest home owner association in the country. The houses have parking at their front door and are known for their grand and gracious rooms.
13 Louisburg Square was purchased by its current owners in 1990. The house has a beautiful garden, incredible views from the roof deck, central a/c, a front and rear staircase and a side entrance from the street.
Front entrance hall
Beautiful dining room overlooking the Square has curved walls and a fireplace
Kitchen with an island and gas cooking overlooks the garden
This magnificent floor has a front living room with a fireplace
Grand library with fireplace and built-ins
study with fireplace overlooking the Square
Guest room suite with full bath
Bright front master bedroom with fireplace with bow windows and curved wall has built-ins and ample closets. Full ensuite bathroom.
Large rear bedroom with two windows, fireplace, large closet and built-ins. Full ensuite bathroom with closet
Front bedroom with bow windows and curved wall has a fireplace, large closet and built-ins. Full ensuite bathroom
Rear bedroom with built-ins and extra closet
Office with window
Access to roof deck
The large basement has storage, a cedar closet, mechanicals and a passage from the street to the garden
LIVING AREA: 5,528 sq. ft.
Phone: (617) 869-3443