This magnificent, Federal-style townhouse was built in 1809 by housewright Jeremiah Gardner in the fashion of Charles Bulfinch and was meticulously renovated in 2010. The full floor living and dining room showcases soaring ceilings, Brazilian cherry floors, exquisite acanthus rope crown molding and a stately period fireplace of grey marble. French doors open to a balcony overlooking the beautifully landscaped private garden. The open kitchen has a central island, breakfast bar and high-end appliances. The luxurious primary suite overlooks the garden and is complete with a lavish, 5-piece marble bath, spacious walk-in closet, and a separate office area. Additional features of this exceptional residence include a guest room with ensuite bath, 3rd bedroom/family room opening to a deck and the lush, private garden, wine cellar, laundry room and a bonus room. This impeccably maintained triplex is steps from Boston Common, the Public Garden and the shops and restaurants of Charles Street.