$28,000,000
Beds: 4
Baths: 4 full, 1 half
Sqft: 6,829
186 Days On Market

Courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Boston - Back Bay, Brigitte LaBonte Petrocelli.

Status: Active
Property Type: Condominium/co-op
Year Built: 2008
Days On Website: 186
The Mandarin Residences as featured in the WSJ. Five-star hotel living! Purchased as raw space, this double PH with 4 beds & 4,5 baths is located in the desirable West Residence Tower & boasts almost 7,000 SF with 360-degree views from the 2 private roof terraces. All of Boston can be seen from 4 exposures, including the Charles & Back Bay. This is a designer’s dream home. Art enthusiasts will gush over the art gallery area, warmed by double-sided fireplaces. Entertain guests in the lounge with an under-lighted Agate stone bar with beautiful Walnut accents. Adjacent is the private screening room with Sony DPL screen. Luxurious master suite with private office, massage room, his & her dressing rooms & large terrace spanning over 40' long. Expansive master bath with soaking tub & city views. Gourmet kitchen with Wolf appliances, Sub-Zero fridges & wine coolers, as well as separate chef's kitchen! Multiple 1st-floor terraces, radiant heat throughout & surround sound complete the space.

Features

Location

  • City: Boston
  • State: Massachusetts
  • ZIP code: 02116
  • County: Suffolk
  • Area: Back Bay

Listing

  • Price: $28,000,000
  • Listing ID: 72514963
  • Fee interval: Monthly

Bedrooms

  • 4 bedrooms

Bathrooms

  • 4 full bathrooms
  • 1 half bathroom
  • Master bathroom

House

  • 2008
  • 10 total rooms
  • 6,829 square feet
  • Brick
  • High-Rise
  • Handicap Accessable: Yes

Taxes

  • Tax ID: 4761214
  • Tax year: 2019
  • Tax amount: 187240.9

Garage

  • Under
  • 4 garage spaces

Parking

  • Deeded
  • Guest

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$28,000,000 - 776 Boylston Street Unit Ph2e, Boston, MA 02116

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776 Boylston Street Unit Ph2e
Boston, MA 02116
City: Boston

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