Living in the city can often mean sacrificing expansive rooms and parking spaces for the convenience of living near the restaurants and shops in Boston’s bustling center, but that’s only for those of us who can’t afford this nearly $19 million Commonwealth Avenue condo.
This truly extraordinary residence located on the first block of sunny Comm Ave (as it is known to the locals) combines the scale and luxuries of suburban living with the convenience and amenities of city living. Through its 32 windows, one can relish panoramic views of the distinguished Commonwealth Avenue Mall from the comforts of this spacious, 7,500-square-foot home.
A quintessential Back Bay home, the condo features a private entrance and 15-foot cathedral ceilings in its expansive 42-foot living room. The room’s center is a grand fireplace, showcasing the magnitude of this property. Heading into the library, the eye is drawn to stunningly detailed woodwork adding a unique elegance to the traditional space. The impeccably maintained home also features five bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half bathrooms. There’s more — for the price of $18,995,000 you also get a separate dining room, five gas fireplaces scattered throughout the the home and plenty of oversized closets and storage space, two (yes, two) full laundry rooms and a private elevator to ferry you back and fourth among all levels of the home.
If the outdoors is where you want to be, you’ll get that too. A surprisingly private patio offers tons of outdoor entertaining space.
Want to know more? Contact Jeannemarie Conley of Compass at 617-206-3333.