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A rare offering of a commercial-residential building in a prime location of Beacon Hill ripe for development potential. After many prosperous years, the Chef and owner of "The Hungry I" is selling both his restaurant and building. Known as one of the most romantic restaurants in Boston, the 49-seat venue is tucked into the parlor and garden levels and spills out into the secluded private patio. Both the full transferable liquor license and entertainment license are part of the sale. The restaurant has separate HVAC and utilities. Above the restaurant are three floor through one-bedroom apartments, the first featuring floor to ceiling plantation windows overlooking Charles Street. The upper units are ready for renovations and all have gas cooking and electric heat.

Listed by Karl Olsen of Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro | Back Bay

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