With its own private entrance and an attached garage, this condo has the feel of a single-family home.

Here’s a beautiful condominium with stunning views located on the waterfront and near downtown Boston in the Charlestown Navy Yard. Those are only a few highlights of this south-facing 2,521-square-foot residence at 65 Constellation Wharf with three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half bathroom, listed by Karen Colombosian of Otis & Ahearn Real Estate for $1,850,000.

With its own private entrance and an attached garage, this condo has the feel of a single-family home.

In so many ways the main level of this residence is a microcosm of the entire unit: filled with practical, yet very beautiful elements that make daily living easy and fun. Flexibility is another major component of this home.

Consider that in the entry way alone, a large transom window over the door floods the space with natural light. The tile floor has radiant heat and getting to and from the SUV-sized one-car garage (this has ample space for storage, too) is as easy as opening an inside door.

Gleaming hardwood flooring (this is throughout most of the residence) leads to a guest room. A multi-glass pane door allows the front-to-back flow of natural light.

Very attractive and large enough for a king-size bed, this room has a wood-burning fireplace with a slate surround and hearth plus a classic mantel with half-fluted columns. Overhead paneling can be a decorative stand-alone focal point or frame artwork.

Exceptional views that include the Boston skyline, the harbor and a long expanse of Harborwalk via full glass pane sliders (and matching sidelight) are more highlights. The doors open to a large deck that is the width of the room.

Details such as double crown molding and bump boards with extra trim are in the adjacent full bathroom. This also has a tub/shower combination with a tile surround. A full-size washer and dryer along with overhead cabinetry are in the nearby (large) utility room on this level.

Potential use is the perk that keeps on giving. Ideal as guest quarters, this level also works well as an au pair suite or a teen/college student getaway.

With window “walls” at each end of the floor-through second level, an abundance of natural light fills every room.

In the spacious living room, for example, a wall of full glass sliders (with a matching sidelight) topped by transom windows also offers exceptional skyline views that include the beautiful Custom House clock tower. Inside, the wood-burning fireplace with a marble surround and an elegant mantel (with overhead paneling) is a beautiful focal point.

As the dining room, which is two steps up, is “separated” only by a knee wall with columns, views are always on the menu. Seating 10 to 12 people is very doable in this suburban-size space. Paneled wainscoting, a detailed ceiling medallion and hardwood flooring (also in the living room) are elegant accents.

A half bathroom on this level has a vessel sink with a single-lever faucet.

The eat-in (if desired) kitchen is more than simply large. Filled with natural light from almost floor-to-ceiling windows, this well-planned space works well for a single chef with or without helpers. In addition to granite-topped counter space on each side of the kitchen, the center island provides additional workspace, seats two comfortably and has plenty of storage.

Attractive cabinetry, which is at both the upper and lower level at each end of the kitchen complemented by a tumbled tile backsplash, offer ample storage even without the floor-to-ceiling pantry. Under-cabinet lighting is another convenience.

Hidden from “sight” but not natural light, the “loft” office on the third floor is under a row of four transom windows. Built-in wraparound desk space makes this area very functional.

Even more windows are in the back bedroom that easily accommodates a king-size bed. Two double closets are also in this fully carpeted room. As this is at the very end of the second floor corridor, privacy is insured.

One of two linen closets is also at this end along with built-in display space under a window. The nearby full bathroom has a tub/shower combination with a tile surround and a tile floor.

A dramatic and iconic cityscape that includes Harborwalk, the Custom House tower and incredible sunsets is one reason the sleeping chamber is memorable. Size is another as a king-size bed fits comfortably in this light-filled room that is fully carpeted.

Two California walk-in closets (His and Hers) are also impressive. Each has five built-in drawers plus specialized hanging spaces and open shelving. A pocket door separates the two spaces.

The en suite bathroom continues the demonstration on how to create personal space without sacrificing form, function or luxury. In this bathroom, dual sinks have an unusual set-up. One is outside the main area in this corridor/dressing room area of the walk-in closets. Flanked by a two-section cabinet (that is almost floor-to-ceiling), the result is that two people can use the loo simultaneously in the morning, for example, and yet not have to share.

In the “bathroom” proper, a luxurious oversized step-in shower with a frameless glass panel has a touch of practical: a large product niche in the fully tiled surround. Two sprays (one hand-held; the other a rain shower head) are on the luxury side.

Outside amenities are numerous, too, including the option for a slip at the new Charlestown Marina. The complex also is pet friendly and offers guest parking plus public transportation. The water shuttle operated by the MBTA runs between Flagship and Long Wharfs seven days a week - it’s a seven-minute trip.

There will be an open house from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 14.