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Extraordinary Listing: Beautifully Appointed Home Nestled Inside Historic Jewel in Back Bay

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Breathtaking city views and room service from award-winning Mistral come with this elegant Back Bay home, located on 4th Floor of the highly-coveted 25-unit Albert Pope condominiums.

Brimming with space, light, and elegant features, this opulent loft-style condo is designed with soaring ceilings and unique Palladium windows that allow for the sunny capaciousness that such height brings. Vacancies are rare inside the 1899 Albert Pope Building, and textured wallpaper, patterned floor coverings,sleek light fixtures, andintricate finishes bring this residence to its rare stature.

The harmonious feel of the house begins at the entrance, drawing your eyes to the luxurious accents in the formal living and dining areas, both inviting spaces perfect for entertaining guests with a magnificent fireplace warming the large space. Period architectural detail can be found throughout this home, totaling 1,869 SF of living space with two bedrooms and two full baths. The future owner will love the privacy that comes with the spa-like bathrooms, outfitted with glass showers and separate soaking tubs that preserve the expansive theme of the home. While residents have a chef-grade kitchen available, they can order in seared foie gras and vanilla crme brle from Mistral, the Best of Boston French-Mediterranean restaurant located on the first floor and perhaps the most unique amenity of all. For a quieter atmosphere and to delight in the city from afar, residents can relax on the common roof terrace, complete with direct elevator access, a kitchenette, powder room, herb garden, gas grill and magnificent views of the city.

Many Back Bay residents are interested in the personal histories of the houses who livedin themand how they wereused over the decades. The Albert Pope Building, located on the border of Back Bay and the South End, is full of historic significance, originally serving as famed manufacturer Albert Popes factory. Albert Pope, considered the father of the American bicycle, manufactured nearly a quarter million Columbia bicycles each year. The building later became home to Cahners Publishing Company and was later transformed into loft-style condos in 1998 by Heath Properties.

The residence is perfectly situated for individuals that want to be within walking distance to everything historic Boston has to offer. The central location of the building gives residents easy access not only to Mistral, but also other 5-star restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues in the area. To explore other Boston neighborhoods or leave the city, Back Bay Station T, bus stop, and commuter rail lines are conveniently located nearby. Residents can additionally take advantage of private garage parking under the building. The luxury building offers full-service concierge and unparalleled security. Additional amenities include a concierge and doorman on-site Monday through Friday from 7AM to 7PM.

For more details on this timeless Back Bay residence, view the listing here orcontact Beth Dickerson at (617) 510-8565 or

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