On the Market: A Posh Penthouse in the South End
With a wall of skylight windows.
216 W Springfield Street #4, Boston
Size: 700 square feet
Sure, the top floor of this stately brownstone only totals 700 square feet, but it feels about three times larger than that. It’s likely the wall of skylight windows that adds this sense of spaciousness—and bathes the open-concept condo in sunlight.
The two-bedroom checks all the boxes of a posh South End pad: exposed brick, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and a marble tile bathroom. There are good-sized closets in the bedrooms, too, plus in-unit laundry. And when you tire of those treetop views from the skylights, the flowers and shrubs of the Southwest Corridor are only short walk away.
For information, contact Moshe Elmekias, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, sothebysrealty.com.
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