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Home fit for an emperor

May 24, 2013

The former Napoleon Club ? a go-to piano bar for generations of Bostonians ? is now a crown jewel in Bay Village on sale for $1.85 million.

The former lounge at 52 Piedmont St. existed on the site for more than 40 years, from the 1950s until 1998, when the previous owner abruptly closed it down.

The home is part of one of the smaller neighborhoods of Boston that sits between the Back Bay, South End and Chinatown.

Rumors abound as to which famous celebrities once visited the former club and performed, from Elton John to Judy Garland and even Liberace.

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