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Find Every Luxury You Could Desire in Boston's New Listings

Antonia DePace | March 22, 2021 |

From city to suburbs, these four listings prove that it's all about the amenities.
The formal dining room at 141 W. Newton St. 1414 W. NEWTON ST. PHOTO BY DRONE HOME MEDIA
The formal dining room at 141 W. Newton St.

SOUTH END SPLENDOR

Right off Tremont Street in the coveted South End, this four-bedroom, four-bath home is a fabulous city find. Located at 141 W. Newton St., the property features high ceilings, large windows, custom built-ins and lots of natural light that floods its 3,457 square feet. Walking through the space, the chef’s kitchen immediately calls out with Sub-Zero, Miele and Wolf appliances. A large center island pulls it all together and smartly hides a wine fridge within the room. Upstairs, homeowners will find two large guest rooms with spacious closets and a full marble bath. The master suite is also on this floor, where the full bath claims the spotlight with marble floors, Ann Sacks tiles and Kallista faucets. The fourth floor is perfect for guests or an au pair with a kitchenette, family room and separate entrance. For views of the city, take the stairs to the roof deck. $4.299 million, The Whaley/ Ring Team: Paul Whaley, 617.460.4238, paulwhaley.com; Charlie Ring, 617.699.2597, charlieringrealestate.com

The living room at the same address is detailed with custom built-ins and flooded in natural light  141 W. NEWTON ST. PHOTO BY DRONE HOME MEDIA
The living room at the same address is detailed with custom built-ins and flooded in natural light

SEAPORT LIVING

If you’ve ever dreamed of living at The Strada, there’s no time like the present: Residence 813 + 913 is on the market. One of the largest addresses within the Waterfront, North End building, the two-level home roams 3,335 square feet and consists of four bedrooms and four baths—and, of course, includes all of the extra amenities like 24/7 concierge, a gym, two storage units and two valet parking spaces. Upon entering, you’re greeted by a showstopping staircase and foyer that leads to an open-concept home. On the first floor, the kitchen— detailed with Viking and Sub-Zero stainless-steel appliances and black granite countertops—living and dining rooms await. A guest bedroom rounds out the first floor with an en suite bathroom and adjoining den. Ascend the stairs to reach the second level, where the other bedrooms sit. The primary bedroom on this floor is especially spectacular with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning views of the harbor and North End. $2.35 million, Lara Shuqom and Loren Larsen, Company at Compass, 617.807.0853, strada813.com

A fun zebra print brings life to the powder room, also at 141 W. Newton St THE STRADA PHOTO BY CHARLIE ABRAHAMS
The master bedroom at the Strada’s Residence 813 913.

COSMO CHIC

Locals and tourists alike love The Cosmopolitan in the South End for its dramatic architecture. What they don’t always know is that the landmark building is actually home to 63 residences—all of which are new construction and feature 9-foot ceilings, white quartz kitchens, hardwood flooring, Bosch appliances, terraced outdoor spaces and more. The condo homes are available in one-, two- and three-bedroom designs. For even more luxury living, a premium fourth level features 12 triplex penthouses, some of which have original stained glass windows; the perks include firstfloor gym, sauna, media room, wine refrigerator and office. Each condo also includes private terraces, as well as 24/7 concierge, a residents lounge, fitness center, pet spa, bike room, storage, common courtyard and garage parking. From $2.475 million, Constance Brown, Gibson Sotheby’s, Team Frank Celeste, 508.838.1105, thecosmopolitanboston.com

The exterior of 141 W. Newton St. THE COSMOPOLITAN PHOTO COURTESY OF THE COSMOPOLITAN
One of the common areas at The Cosmopolitan.

DREAMSCAPE

About 30 minutes outside the city sits 62 Carisbrooke Road. The pristine estate is a quintessential New England Colonial and is located in the heart of Wellesley Farms. The six-bedroom, five full- and three-half bath home was originally built in 1938 and still boasts historic charm along with thoughtful modern renovations. Beautiful crown molding and custom hardwood flooring lead guests throughout the 6,688-square-foot home and into standout rooms like the wood-paneled library. From the living room, large French doors provide natural light and lead to the porch that overlooks the grounds and pool area. The chef’s kitchen features an oversize mahogany island and seating area that overlooks the property. On the second floor, four bedrooms await, including the master bedroom. Head to the third floor for two more bedrooms and a full bath. The lower level is perfect for entertaining, thanks to a game room and wet bar. Bonus: Fitness fans will find a large exercise studio. $7.5 million, Debi Benoit, 617.962.9292, benoitrobinsonorourke.com

The exterior of 62 Carisbrooke Road 62 CARISBROOKE ROAD PHOTOS BY REMARK VISIONS
The exterior of 62 Carisbrooke Road



Photography by: Drone Home Media; Charlie Abrahams Photography; Remark Visions;