Bathed in Beauty
Apparently, the sharing economy has reached the upper echelons of homeownership. Consider this 3,857-square-foot triplex in an 1852 Beacon Hill townhouse. The condo offers the posh amenities of Public Garden–side living without the burden of basement-to-roof responsibilities. Its developers, PEG Properties & Design (the Modern II, Chevron on Tremont), are known for taking high-end risks. They purchased this unit in 2004 and created a top-of-the-line interior—400-bottle stone wine cellar, paneled library with coffered mahogany ceiling, and smart-house technology—designed to be turnkey ready. Luxe bells and whistles aside, what we truly covet is the en suite master bathroom, finished in black-and-white marble. The oversize glass shower doubles as a steam room, but the centerpiece is the gorgeous claw-foot tub fit for a king—or, you know, the filthy rich.
Address: 88 Beacon St., Apt. 3, Boston
Stats: Four bedrooms, four full baths, one half bath, five fireplaces, three parking spaces
Listing Price: $7.25 million
Listing Agent: Robb Cohen, Boston Distinctive Properties, 617-962-0142, robbcohen.com
GET THE LOOK
Out with the five-minute shower, in with the bathroom oasis (these classic accents will help).
Jonathan Browning “Kalmar Krems” sconce, $1,162, the Bright Group.
David Iatesta “Saladin” tarnished-silver mirror, $4,410, Studio 534.
Michael S. Smith “For Loft” chrome-plated faucet set, starting at $1,845, Salem Plumbing Supply.
“Highgate” chrome-plated brass-and-porcelain shower control valve, $250, Waterworks.
“Etoile” chrome-plated brass towel rack, $2,157, Waterworks.
“Sake” bath soak, $80, and “Hesperides Grapefruit” soap, $15, both Fresh.
“Hotel Classic” cotton bath mat, $65, Frette.
Chrysalis “Split Honeycomb” glass mosaic, starting at $68.78 per square foot, Ann Sacks.
“Ricamo” cotton towels, starting at $165, Frette.