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A $28 Million Boston Penthouse


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A prestigious Mandarin Oriental Residences Penthouse, which sits atop the private West Tower overlooking Boston’s Boylston Street, has hit the market for $28 million. Listed by Coldwell Banker Global Luxury® specialist Brigitte Petrocelli who is affiliated with the company’s Back Bay office, Penthouse 2E was purchased as a double unit and raw space in 2011 and later designed by Daniel H. Reynolds and built by award-winning Lagasse Custom Builders. This nearly 7,000 square-foot penthouse includes four bedrooms and four and one partial bath with direct elevator access entering through the grand foyer.

This designer dream home boasts an art gallery area warmed by double-sided ventless gas fireplaces. Adjacent to the art area is a professional lounge and walnut-finished bar featuring agate stone counters with underlighting. A private screening room featuring an oversized, retractable Sony DLP screen abuts the lounge.

“This one-of-a-kind unit offers unparalleled five-star hotel living accommodations and amenities through the Mandarin Oriental with access to Copley Mall and the Prudential,” says Petrocelli. “This impeccably designed penthouse offers buyers a lavish space to live as well in addition to being a unique investment opportunity.”

On the east side of the home, the expansive kitchen includes eat-in counters, a custom banquet for additional seating and separate caterer’s kitchen for upscale entertaining. Off the kitchen is yet another large terrace with a piped-in gas grill. The kitchen also houses multiple N’FINITY PRO2 wine coolers.

The luxurious master suite is outfitted with a private office, nicely sized massage room, his and her dressing rooms and a large corner terrace, spanning over 40 feet long. Custom built-ins and an expansive master bath with Thermasol steam shower complete the suite.

In addition to direct terrace access off the main level, the unit also offers approximately 2,500 square feet of outdoor space via two private rooftop elevators including two private roof decks, one balcony, an outdoor canine area and panoramic Boston views.

The penthouse has been furnished with surround sound, two double-sided, ventless gas fireplaces, electric shades, radiant heat throughout and two private rooftop elevators. Four garage spaces offering valet or self-park are included with the purchase of this home.

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