What’s It Take To Live in This Back Bay Penthouse? $28 Million
On the one hand, two private elevators lead up to a pair of exclusive roof decks. On the other, it'll cost you $4k per square foot.
Have you ever wondered what it costs to land a penthouse overlooking all of Back Bay? Well, the answer, according to this Mandarin Oriental listing, is—hold your breath—$28 million.
Four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms populate this 7,000-square-foot abode, but obviously that’s not all. A full wet bar made from walnut wood with agate stone countertops, a media room with a retractable screen, a massage room, two oversized dressing rooms, and a master bath with a steam shower are just a few of the unit’s ultra desirable features.
A private elevator feeds into the foyer, which leads into a gas fireplaced living room. Seemingly endless walls of floor-to-ceiling windows—easily covered with electric shades when you need a little privacy—follow the perimeter of the penthouse, granting sweeping views of Back Bay, and all of Boston as far as the eye can see.
For an even better perspective, step out onto the balcony or east and west terraces, one of which wraps around a corner and measures 40 feet in length. And to top it off: A pair of private in-unit elevators will carry you up to two exclusive roof decks. Altogether the outdoor spaces add up to an extra 2,500 square feet to delight in this summer.
Check out the full luxury-filled interiors shots below. At $4,000 a square foot, you’d better cherish every inch.
For information on 778 Boylston St., PH2E, contact Brigitte Petrocelli, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, coldwellbankerhomes.com
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