With lots of windows, easy and available parking and a well laid out interior, this brick home feels more like a townhouse residence.

A corner unit condo in what many, including broker Jayne Zeamer of Coldwell Banker, consider a hidden gem of a wonderful neighborhood is for sale in the Bay Village area of the South End.

With lots of windows, easy and available parking and a well laid out interior, this brick home feels more like a townhouse residence.

“What’s unique about this one is it’s on a corner, so every room has windows which is not common in Boston,” Zeamer said. “There are three exposures; that’s another uniqueness. It gets a lot of light a lot of the time.”

34 Fayette St., Unit 2, located on the corner of Church and Fayette Streets, is a bright and cheery residence that features beautiful hardwood floors and stairs, high ceilings and decorative ceiling moldings throughout. Coldwell Banker is offering this home for $1,995,000.

With good use of every bit of the 1,832 square feet of living space, this condo has bedrooms on the first two levels and a front-to-back living area adjacent to the deck on the third.

All of the home’s three bedrooms are spacious and contain en suite bathrooms and large closets.

The first level bedroom, with its quiet and separate location, can easily serve as an office or study.

“I think this would appeal to a couple that wants an office and guest room,” Zeamer said. “A lot of people today work out of their home. A family could easily live here, too.”

Because of its location, the room could be used even when entertaining or relaxing elsewhere.

“You could entertain on (the third floor) and the children could do homework or parents work in the office two floors down,” Zeamer said. “It’s very quiet. The separation of space works really great.”

The second floor holds the master bedroom and a third bedroom, both generous sized, as well as the area for a stackable washer and dryer in the hall.

“The Bosch washer and dryer are right where they should be - on the second floor in between the two bedrooms,” said Zeamer.

The spacious master bedroom has a large 10-foot by six-foot walk-in closet with built-in shelving in addition to an en suite bathroom and recessed ceiling lights.

A third bedroom that is perfect for children or to be used as a guest bedroom has four windows on two sides and two large closets with top shelf storage in addition to its own bathroom.

With nine windows, a living room, sitting area, powder room and dining room open to the kitchen, entertaining on the third level is easy for any occasion.

“It’s nice that the living area is on the top floor next to the deck,” said Zeamer. “This building is higher than Bay Village. (The deck) is up above the buildings; you have trees and sky.”

Gorgeous marble counters, stainless steel appliances such as a Jenn-Air gas cooktop and white cabinets give the kitchen a bright welcoming feel while the large pantry closet, multiple drawers and cabinets make storage very easy.

There are two zones for heat and air conditioning with the first floor bedroom on a separate second. The unit has its own boiler separate from the other unit’s owner.

“The only thing shared (between the two units) if something comes up is outside of the building and the roof,” Zeamer said. “It’s like your own little house.”

With the thoughtful floor plan, a homeowner can easily make use of all the space the unit has to offer.

The private roof deck offers residents a great view of the city. It is also a wonderful place to enjoy a warm night.

“It’s never hard to have too much space and it’s not wasted space,” Zeamer said.

She said Bay Village is one of the easiest neighborhoods in Boston to get around because walking to Newbury Street, the South End and the Public Garden takes a mere five minutes.

“The waterfront is a 15-minute walk,” Zeamer said. “The location is great. There are not many condos like it.”

While parking in the city can be a challenge, Zeamer said for this homeowner, there are plenty of options.

“There is no problem with street parking with a resident sticker,” Zeamer said. “The good news here is parking is much easier.”

In Boston, that is a real bonus.

She said residents may obtain one permit to park for free behind the nearby school from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., which is perfect for guests.

If one prefers, the Revere Hotel will give residents a discounted garage space for $285 per month full time or $185 per month nights and weekends. There is no wait list according to Zeamer.

The low association fee of $222 per month includes hot water, sewer and master

insurance. This brick building is a two-unit, owner-occupied, self-managed place that is pet friendly.

In addition to being close to public transportation, nearby community features include a tennis court, park, walking/jogging trails and easy highway access, Tufts Medical Center, Emerson College, Copley Place, Whole Foods and many nearby restaurants.

According to Zeamer, the condo is very flexible and can be used in many different ways while maintaining lots of privacy.