22 West Cedar St. sold on June 20 for a spectacular price of $7,025,000.

This week, we shine the spotlight on a recent impressive sale on Beacon Hill.

22 West Cedar St. sold on June 20 for a spectacular price of $7,025,000.

This is a beautiful home of refinement and charm with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths among its 5,365 square feet of living space.

As with many homes on Beacon Hill, this one has a lot of history to it. It was originally built in 1890, but underwent a complete gut renovation in 2014.

Walk through the front door and enter into a gracious parlor level that has a welcoming double entry leading into the main living level.

Boasting soaring ceiling heights and sparkling hardwood floors, the parlor level offers an oversized living room with a fireplace. That room opens up into a stunning and very functional eat-in kitchen as well as a separate formal dining room.

This well-designed kitchen is perfect for daily living and entertaining with its top-of-the-line appliances, natural quartz counters and an amazing abundance of storage. There is no shortage of nature light, thanks to the eight oversized windows.

An architecturally significant oval staircase ascends from the foyer to the fourth floor of the home. A second floor master suite offers a gorgeous study, a beautiful bedroom with a gas fireplace and not one, but two sizable walk-in closets. There is also a large spa-like marble bath.

The lower level family room includes four more oversized windows and it overlooks an inviting private garden and brick patio with a mudroom, storage, full bath and billiards room.

Beacon Hill is one of the most desirable places in Boston to call home. It is home to the State House and within easy walking distance of Boston Common and the Public Garden. There are plenty of restaurants, antique and specialty shops and art galleries along Charles Street. For fans of history, there is the Freedom Trail and the Black Heritage Trail. The new owners will enjoy easy access to the Park Street and Arlington Street MBTA stations and, by car, Storrow Drive, Routes 90 and 93 are not far away.

Michael Harper of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage – Boston - Commonwealth Avenue was both the listing and buyer’s agent.