The outside has been designed to blend in with the Dorchester triple-decker tradition while the inside boasts originality along with functionality, form and flavor.

A former single-family home in the Ashmont neighborhood of Dorchester comes alive with a marvelous makeover! 20 Fuller St. has been recently transformed into six luxury condominium homes and is waiting for you to become part of the new homeowners’ association family.

This novel dwelling, built with the highest quality construction and craftsmanship from the ground floor up, hosts five units with three bedrooms; Residence One has two bedrooms. All units have two bathrooms. The sizes vary from 1,132 to 1,357 square feet with prices ranging from $599,000 to $729,000. These gems are listed with Charlene Folan of Jack Conway Cityside.

The outside has been designed to blend in with the Dorchester triple-decker tradition while the inside boasts originality along with functionality, form and flavor.

The building was constructed with traditional and timeless design in mind. It is sleek and strong and includes maintenance-free HardiePlank lap siding and sound reduction spray foam insulation between all the floors, engendering peace and quiet.

The first floor unit has a welcoming porch with its own private entrance while the upper units enjoy either a private front- or- back- of-the-building balcony.

Although all the residences have an original design concept – “it’s definitely not cookie cutter,” Folan said – there are some commonalities. Together, these facets make these units not only aesthetically pleasing, but also appreciated by astute buyers.

All the units highlight an open floor plan designed for ease in entertaining and comfort in living. Each kitchen has a unique design that showcases quartz countertops, custom-built cabinetry and stainless steel Jenn-Air appliances including a four-burner gas stove with a griddle and French door refrigerator. The peninsulas and islands vary in size and can seat anywhere from two to four people depending on the unit chosen.

Attention to detail is evidenced in the simple, yet elegant elements of design depicted in the built-in dry bars with beverage coolers, featuring two zones for cooling, under-cabinet lighting, a beverage rack above and glass front cabinets.

The four-inch oak flooring was attractively stained on the premises (rather than pre-finished). The high ceilings with recessed lighting and window placements add extra dimension, definition and illumination.

All the bedrooms are generously-sized with ample closet space. The guest bathrooms have a tub/shower unit with quartz counters while the master bathrooms have a glass door shower with a rain head and hand held wand.

Additional amenities include a large (as in bigger than a studio apartment) dedicated storage room, in-unit LG washers and dryers, full Surround sound wiring, high efficient heating and air conditioning with Nest thermostats plus Navien tankless hot water heaters. Front door video monitoring adds an element of safety and convenience. Another simple yet welcoming touch is a built-in cable feed that keeps wires contained and out of sight.

All the units have two deeded tandem parking spaces. An added incentive – it costs less to insure a car in this neighborhood than in the city.

Considering the price range, the amenities and the location, the investment is an exceptional deal.

“Right now there aren’t any others on the market at these prices,” Folan said. The homes are “brand new, never before lived in … there really weren’t any expenses spared. I think we are offering something none of the other buildings are.”

Since the materials used are state-of-the art and energy efficient, the monthly condo fees will be about $200 per month – some of the lowest around – to cover water, sewer, master insurance, exterior maintenance, snow removal and minimal landscaping. Some of the cost will depend on water usage and the cost for snow removal, Folan said.

Living in Dorchester is an excellent alternative to living in the heart of Boston. The community itself is dynamic and diverse – one with a lot to offer and involved neighbors to keep it that way.

Greater Ashmont Main Streets, a civic organization, has an eye toward making the area more pedestrian friendly and greener. Their latest beautification project in nearby Peabody Square will add new planters, tables and benches.

These residences will appeal to families who want the suburban neighborhood-friendly feel plus the benefits of city living as well as professionals who work in downtown and appreciate all the city has to offer.

Historic Dorchester Park with walking and jogging trails is less than a mile from these homes. Pope John Paul Park, a 56-acre green space on the water, is a five-minute drive away. Nearby restaurants include Tavolo and the Ashmont Grill and the popular grocery store, American Provisions, is set to open soon.

A short walk to the MBTA Red Line Ashmont station, more restaurants, shops and businesses (including all those in downtown Boston) are quickly accessible.

A walkability score of 80 and a transit score of 82 tell potential buyers what current residents already know. Dorchester, particularly on Fuller Street, has transformed into an easy and exciting place to live.

For more information or to schedule a viewing, contact Charlene Folan of Jack Conway Cityside at 617-699-7383 or cfolan@jackconway.com.