Boston’s Most Prestigious Water View Penthouse

    Boston’s Most Prestigious Water View Penthouse

    Jan 21, 2021

    For many Bostonians, it’s considered the height of luxury: a stunning corner penthouse with unobstructed water views located in Pier 4 Seaport’s luxury boutique building. 

    This premier Seaport District residence is as breathtaking as it is high. Floor-to-ceiling glass complements a doublewide living and dining room touched by a fireplace. The flexible floorplan, which offers a sweeping 3,644 square feet of single-level living connects to an over 2,000 square-foot private terrace overlooking the water.

    Four bedrooms with ensuite baths offer plenty of space and privacy. The luxurious primary suite is highlighted by two baths, double closets, a private balcony and an adjacent lounge which could also serve as a home office, gym or fourth bedroom. The gourmet kitchen impresses with an expansive marble waterfall island with seating, Gaggenau appliances — including double wall ovens, steam oven and a 99-bottle wine refrigerator. The breakfast area connects to a balcony, offering a perfect setting to start your day. The impeccable attention to detail of this home is expressed by soaring 10-foot ceilings that give each space a sense of volume, plus wide plank walnut wide plank floors, an exquisitely designed custom bar and a glass staircase that leads to a private outdoor oasis primed for entertaining. The one-of-a-kind private roof terrace takes over 2,000 square feet of space and is complemented with an oversized stone gas fire pit, outdoor speakers and a pergola-covered stainless steel kitchen appointed with a gas grill, ice maker, sink, refrigerator and bar. Four-car garage parking, plus access to all Pier 4 Seaport’s five-star amenities and a sought-after location near the Financial District, downtown Boston and Beacon Hill, complete this elevated offering.

    View the complete listing by Brigitte Petrocelli of Coldwell Banker Realty, Boston.

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