Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood is home to some of the city’s most celebrated landmarks, such as The Boston Public Garden and the Charles River. There’s the galleries and boutique shopping along Newbury, plus restaurants and quieter haunts favored by locals. In more recent years, it’s enjoyed a resurgence with new luxury residential buildings cropping up, further elevating Back Bay’s status as one of Boston’s most coveted addresses.
That’s where this sophisticated residence takes its position on leafy Beacon Street. Conveniently located adjacent to The Esplanade and The Boston Public Garden, the elegantly appointed 4-bedroom promises “sophisticated urban living with 24/7 concierge staff expertly trained to serve you,” says listing agent Maureen O’Hara of Coldwell Banker Realty in Boston. The residence “has been designed and renovated to perfection,” she adds, occupying the entire sixth floor with a thoughtful floor plan of over 4,100 square feet and over 30 windows. The spacious open formal living and dining areas, which are separated by a gas stove, offer the ideal entertaining space, as does the media room with wet bar. The spacious kitchen features a sleek designer kitchen with casual dining and sitting areas. Facing east, a luxurious wood-paneled library and office alcove provide a suitable work-from-home arrangement for the executive. The primary suite is one to envy, as it offers corner exposure with views to the Public Garden, two expansive custom dressing rooms, and a six-piece bath. Three additional bedrooms with en-suite baths, generous storage and a laundry room complete the home.
Accessed by direct elevators, the home manages to feel private despite its urban-style living. Two valet garage parking spaces are also included in the offering.