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Luxury Boston Waterfront, Water Views and More

May 16, 2015 |

The snow has melted, flowers are blooming and the sun is out. So is the demand from Boston luxury real estate buyers who want Waterfront properties or homes with views of the water.

There are number of Boston luxury homes that have views of the Charles River, or the Boston Harbor, being in the Waterfront, Seaport or Charlestown. The best and most unique example is the new penthouse residence at Flagship Wharf, an oasis in the city. This smart house residence is a combination of two penthouse units, meticulously gutted and renovated by a renowned designer team, including Anthony Catalfano and builder, Woodmeister, is a great place with growing children or adult children and visiting grandchildren.

The walls of glass capture the most spectacular views of the Harbor as well as the city skyline. This Boston luxury real estate residence offers breathtaking views of the sunset and sunrise from every room with wrap around terraces. The formal foyer with a dramatic bridal staircase to the second floor, leads to a gorgeous living room, library and wrap around terrace. The fabulous chef’s kitchen with adjoining family room is a wonderful place for a family to hang out and cook.

Then step out to the terrace and enjoy the fresh sea air and watch the boats. Needless to say that the 5 bedrooms in this Boston luxury home include the master with it’s story book sumptuous bath, media room/playroom that are all wonderfully placed and create a fabulous living arrangement. As if the interiors and over the top finishes and views weren’t enough, there is sailing at your door step as well as a brand new marina opening this month with the state-of-the-art facilities. This Boston luxury real estate offers single ad doule loaded slips that accommodate vessels from 25 to 400 feet.

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