Thestunningly unique offering in the heart of Boston's idyllic Bay Village is currently under agreement
Have you ever strolled down one of Boston's grand boulevards, trying to glimpse into windows along the way?
Wonder no more about thebeautiful interiors hidden inside the brownstone positioned at 35 Winchester Street in Bay Villagethe quaint, tree-linedresidential neighborhood wedged between the South End and Back Bay. At barely six blocks, Bay Village is the smallest of Boston's official neighborhoods, brimming withpicturesque townhomesand red brick rowhouses. It is also the birthplace of famed authorEdgar Allan Poehisparents were actors in the nearby Theater District.
The painted blue bricks of number 35 conceal a strikingly moderninteriorthe result of a top-to-bottom gut-renovation in2015.
"You don't expect to find this amazing flow of light, sound, and synchronicity from one level to another," expressed Gem Mutlu, the exclusive agent behind the property. "It's quite spectacular."
How thestaircase was installed is the hallmark of the homea crane brought itin through the roof before the skylights were installed. Now, an amazing light radiates throughout the entire building, seamlessly uniting each level.
A labor of love and an expression of great respect for modern architecture, this custom residence boasts thehighest level craftsmanship and attention to detail throughout. The exposed brick wallsmakeit feel like a loft, while the cathedral ceilings and large skylight windows drench every floorin natural light.A retractable glass wall opens to a rooftop terrace. Enclosed by lush greenery, the terracereflects the finest European sensibilities, providing ample private space forlounging, grilling, and dining, and yet offering some of the most spectacular views of the city.