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Great value unit is your gateway to the Back Bay

For below its assessed value, the 1,562-square-foot Unit 3 at 4 Charlesgate East offers excellent value for your dollar:
*one-level living
*unusually abundant afternoon sun for a garden-level unit
*an open floor plan living-dining room
*a renovated kitchen with pantry
*two enormous bedrooms with custom closets
*a spacious bonus room (den/office/study)
*two updated full baths
*two rental parking spaces ($175/month each)
*in-unit laundry
*first-class hardwood flooring
*additional storage
*elevator service
*common courtyard
*common roofdeck

How’s that for $699,000?

Add to that the 1910 Beaux Arts building’s masterfully crafted mosaic tile entry, and you enter feeling like a king without having to pay a king’s ransom for …

Penthouse palace in the Back Bay

In this handsome rowhouse block at 50 Saint Stephen St., between Boston’s Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods, is a 1,500-square-foot, 2-bed penthouse unit that puts all household essentials and extras on one floor, from sunny spaces to city views to updated kitchen and baths to a bonus atrium sunroom. Offered at $950,000, Unit 9 saves you the hassle of going up and down stairs in another way as well: direct elevator access to your unit.

And when you get there, you’re greeted by an open, warm, sunny living room with gleaming …

Back Bay bonanza in Burrage Mansion unit

 

The lavishly carved, paneled, gilded, ornamented, tiled and stain-glassed French Château architecture of 314 Commonwealth Ave. elevates Back Bay living to a new level — that of the Vanderbilts, the Rockefellers and the Carnegies. Unit 1, offered at $5.7 million, reaps the full benefit of copper/oil magnate Albert Cameron Burrage’s luxury lifestyle.
Built in 1899 from a design by Charles Brigham, the Burrage Mansion has been converted into four floor-through condo units. Renovation architect Guy Grassi carefully preserved as many historical details as possible to make each condo truly feel like …

Penthouse paradise in Boston

Folio Boston at 80 Broad Street
Can’t find a condo that doesn’t feel like a condo? Check out this penthouse that feels like a house!
Folio Boston, Boston’s latest in luxury living, boasts a 3,165-square-foot, four-bedroom, 3.5-bath unit right on top of the 14-story structure at 80 Broad Street. For $2,975,000, Unit PH1401/02 will put you on top of the world with not only its breathtaking panoramic views of the city’s waterfront and Financial District, but especially its 1,100-square-foot private wraparound terrace, where you can enjoy cocktails, …

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