The anticipation and beauty begins the moment the front door opens at Residence 1103 into this 1,510-square-foot home with two bedrooms and two bathrooms listed by Lynne Zekis of Douglas Elliman Real Estate for $1,375,000.

From the Prudential and 200 Clarendon St. towers to the Fort Point Channel, the panorama from every room in this loft-like home on the 11th floor (out of 13) at 25 Channel Center is simply amazing. The sunsets over the Pru are incredible when the Boston sky transforms into a kaleidoscope of orange, yellow, pink, red and purple.

The anticipation and beauty begins the moment the front door opens at Residence 1103 into this 1,510-square-foot home with two bedrooms and two bathrooms listed by Lynne Zekis of Douglas Elliman Real Estate for $1,375,000.

As the stunning straight-ahead scenes via almost floor-to-ceiling windows are admittedly an immediate attention-grabber, this residence is also filled with numerous details and amenities to partake and enjoy. The manufactured wide-board maple flooring and bump boards throughout the entire home are beautiful elements that complement the serene, almost Zen-like ambiance created by decor, fine finishes and choice of materials.

The kitchen features custom cabinetry by Sokee, a Japanese affiliate of Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. This includes stainless steel base cabinets with upper wood cabinets – some have soft rounded edges, two have frosted glass doors and one has a built-in wine rack. Open shelving is above the white double ovens. Additional stainless steel appliances (by Viking and Bosch) and black granite countertops enhance the overall vibe.

A striking floor-to-ceiling cabinet (also by Sokee) has stainless steel shelves and a stainless-steel mesh door for kitchen storage.

The adjacent bar has complementary granite countertop, lighting and open stainless steel shelving overhead. This multi-purpose space can also be used as a “server” for casual and/or formal occasions.

Well-proportioned and big, the open front-to-back living-dining room is anchored by a wall of windows with dramatic views. The spacious dining area is currently set up for six people, but can be easily expanded to seat eight, ten or more. Of course, moving the dining area closer to the windows for a more up-close-and-personal vista is also just as easy.

In fact, versatility is the essence of the entire space as the living room area also accommodates various furniture arrangement patterns for all occasions.

The spectacular scenery from the king-bed size sleeping chamber is just that – spectacular. The “inside” amenities of the master suite are also impressive. Two incredible floor-to-ceiling double closets with mirrored sliding doors are fully customized (open shelving, hanging spaces, etc.). As the wardrobe lines a corridor to the en suite bathroom, this area transforms into a dressing room.

Like the rest of the residence, tranquility rules in the en suite bathroom that contains a soaking tub and a step-in shower. Six-inch tile is used in the surround for both bathing spots.

Practicality is addressed, too. The long vanity has a Kohler sink and a granite countertop (think easy maintenance and ample storage) and the almost floor-to-ceiling medicine/linen closet also holds a substantial amount of paraphernalia.

The second bedroom has a built-in wall unit with open shelving and closed cupboards, providing a generous amount of decorative display space and storage. An extra-deep walk-in closet is fully outfitted with custom shelving and hanging spaces. This room would be ideal as a guest room, a deluxe office/study or as a quiet den/hobby nook.

Still, “the” focal point in this spacious room is what’s outside: the enticing landscape of the city that includes iconic and soon-to-be iconic Boston landmarks.

The guest bathroom filled with ordinary materials used in unique ways – subway tiles on the floor and four-inch square tiles in the tub/shower surround – says chic; however, the beautiful details – such as the vanity with a granite countertop – boasts extraordinary.

In-unit laundry facilities include a full-size stackable washer and dryer.

For added convenience, two banks of elevators go directly to the garage. A single space in the self-parking garage, along with bicycle storage, is part of the package. This boutique building is also pet friendly.

Constructed in 2004, this smart building is filled with all kinds of 21st century plusses that include 24-hour concierge services and security, dual elevators and a fitness center, as well as “hidden” perks such as the concrete between the floors for added soundproofing. A clever unit layout eliminates long, long hallways.

When purchasing a home, “location, location, location” is always a prime consideration. The Channel Center, in the Seaport District, is where work and pleasure, culture and commerce come together naturally. It takes a mere six minutes to walk from 25 Channel Center to all the Seaport action where the choices of restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and entertainment venues are seemingly endless.

The Harborwalk and an abundance of beautiful waterfront parks are moments away as well as the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art) and Showplace Icon Theatre. Since the area is “flat as a pancake,” it has excellent bike lanes for traveling as well as bike paths for fun and educational exploration. The MBTA bus and train services are nearby for easy access to other Boston neighborhoods. Route 93 is practically around the corner.