This home is loaded with history, having been built in 1899, set in an area that still has the charm of another era.

There’s a new owner of a beautiful home on Beacon Hill. 20 Beacon St., Unit 4 recently sold for $2,800,000.

This is a gem of a place to live with 2,343 square feet of luxury space on the fourth floor. The home includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

This home is loaded with history, having been built in 1899, set in an area that still has the charm of another era.

This exquisite home offers direct elevator access and striking views of the State House. No need to get cold this winter, not with three beautiful gas fireplaces. The kitchen is a chef’s delight with top-of-the-line appliances and plenty of space to move around while creating culinary delights.

The dining room is stunning, filled with high-class elegance for memorable meals.

It will be easy to get comfortable in the living room, which features a large fireplace and plenty of windows.

The sizeable master bedroom suite includes a large walk-in closet and wonderful master bath.

Washing and drying clothes will be easy, thanks to the in-unit laundry.

There are six rooms overall in this home – one of which is a bonus that can be used as a wine closet.

This self-managed, low-fee building is conveniently located steps from garaged valet rental parking that can be transferred to the new owners if desired. This is a truly unique home that provides old world charm in a highly sought-after, historically significant building.

Location is one of the great things about living on Beacon Hill. Shopping for food is easy with Whole Foods within a short walk. The State House, Boston Common and the Public Garden as well as numerous restaurants, antique and specialty shops and art galleries are all within reach as is the Freedom Trail.

Also within walking distance is Chinatown and for some fine entertainment, there’s the Theater District. It also doesn’t take much to reach Copley Square. The Charles River is also not far away. Close by are the Park Street and Arlington Street MBTA stations and, by car, Storrow Drive, Route 93 and the Massachusetts Turnpike are only a short drive away.

Christopher Bushing of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Boston - Beacon Hill was the listing agent and Beth Dickerson of Gibson Sotheby's International Realty was the buyer’s agent.