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Light-Filled Living in The Allele


Built in 2016, this modern 5thfloor masterpiece inside TheAllele is a city lovers dream, encompassing elegant updates for superb functionality and a luxurious lifestyle. Conveniently situated in the heart of South Boston, Unit 511 at 150 Dorchester Avenue is incredibly spacious, offering two-plus bedrooms and two full baths within 1,490 square feet of luxurious living space. Withpristine views of the city downtown skyline and Seaport, the roof deck serves as the perfect spot to watch the sunrise.


The interiors of this light-filled home have been meticulously maintained. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in all the natural light and surrounding beauty. Gorgeous birch hardwood floors complement the fantastic flow of the house, allowing residents to move with ease from one large room to another. The modern kitchen offersample space for storage, wrapped in Porcelanosa tiles andbeautifully appointed with German-made cabinetry with soft-close doors, Caesarstone waterfall countertops, and a Blanco sink faucet. State-of-the-art appliances include a Jenn-Air stove and a speed-cook microwave that connects to Wi-Fi/app. An RH Modern chandelier illuminates the dining room.


The full bathrooms are designed for optimal relaxation, with glass-enclosed rain showers and tubs, vessel sinks and European style fixtures.A towel warmer with a programmable thermostat delivers comfortandluxury in the master bathroom. This residence offers all the modern comforts and conveniences, including one deeded garage parking space, a full laundry room, custom top-down bottom-up shades, black out shades in the bedrooms, a professionally built-in master closet and front hall closet, and bicycle storage available in the garage.


South Boston is steeped in history, dazzling with a surplus of restaurants and boutique shops on streets lined by quaint rowhouses. New eateries, gourmet markets and time-honored local hangouts are enjoyed by young professionals, growing families and empty nesters alike. In addition, South Boston is home to one of the largest St. Patricks Day parades in the countryit has beenmaking its way down Broadway since 1901.

Favorite dining destinations includeLincoln Tavern and Restaurant, a favorite eatery among South Boston residents.A hidden treasure close to the city, Castle Island offers gorgeous water views and cool breezes. Beachgoers can spend their days sunbathing or swimming at one of the nearby beaches, engaging in a game of beach volleyball, or taking to the seas by kayak or paddleboard. They can also pay a visit to Sullivans at Castle Islandor Sullys, according to localsa South Boston landmark since opening in 1951, known for serving tasty fare lightning fast to long lines of hungry diners. The Boston Harborwalk is also close by, offering 43 miles of public waterfront walkways and green space. Harborwalkers can enjoy a swim, go fishing, visit over forty parks and a dozen museums, or sample the latest destination restaurants. The Allele offers residents optimal ease of access to the major hubs of Boston via the nearby Broadway MBTA subway stop.

Breathtaking design and luxury comfort await inside this exquisite home. To learn more about this impressive residence, visit Gibson Sothebys International Realtys website here. For more information, contact listing agent Dom Langeat 617.513.0343or, or Lindsay Coutuat 617.780.6344 at

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