To call this penthouse window a skylight would be like calling an aircraft carrier a Sunfish sailboat.
Located in the Macallen Building
The kitchen is a long, light-filled rectangle with gray Caesarstone counters, a slate-colored ceramic-tile floor, wet bar, two pantries, and high-end stainless-steel appliances, including an ice maker, warmer drawers, a wine cooler, and a six-burner gas range with a griddle. The sink is flanked by dishwashers and refrigerators with double freezers and features a pass-through to the living and dining area. The focal point of this room, however, is the large plate-glass window with commanding city views.
The master suite runs off the main living space and has great views of the city, thanks to an expanse of floor-to ceiling windows, sections of which open to allow in fresh air. The bath has a long quartz-topped double vanity, a soaking tub, and a separate, stone-tile shower. The suite offers a walk-in closet with custom cabinets and shelving and an adjoining office space.
The other two bedrooms are large and sit at the opposite end of the unit. One has an en-suite bath. A shower-only bath and a laundry room complete the main level.
A simple oak stairwell across from the main entrance has a surprising and spectacular finish: two roof decks connected by a walkway. From the front deck you can take in the city skyline; from the rear, the waterfront.
The 11th-floor unit includes two assigned parking spots in the covered garage. There is a heated outdoor lap pool, a fitness center, round-the-clock concierge, and a grilling area in the professionally managed building, which is LEED Gold certified.
The listing broker is Sarah Plant of Luxury Residential Group in Boston.
Year built: 2007
Square feet: 3,195
Baths: 3 full
Condo fee: $2,393 per month
Taxes: $22,000 (2016)
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