Bathed in Beauty
Tucked away deep inside this Beacon Hill townhouse condo is Boston’s sweetest en suite.
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.