The location at the legendary Four Seasons Hotel residences is ideal for this amazing condominium.
The Four Seasons is not just a place to go when traveling for business or a vacation – it is also a place many people call home. The exclusive address – 220 Boylston St. in the Back Bay – is home to a five-diamond hotel and 95 luxury condos ranging from one to four bedrooms and penthouse suites.
The new owners took advantage of the opportunity to get a rarely available front-facing two-bedroom residence with spectacular views in a highly desirable part of the city. Unit 9009 sold for $4,000,000 on March 28.
The location at the legendary Four Seasons Hotel residences is ideal for this amazing condominium. The building is directly across from the now-blooming-with-new-life Public Garden and the Boston Common and just moments to Newbury Street, Commonwealth Avenue and a plethora of restaurants, shops and services. Copley Place and the Prudential Mall are only 10 minutes away on foot. The Massachusetts State House and Beacon Hill are nearby as is the Green Line’s Arlington Street and Copley Square stations for easy access to the T.
This is a place loaded with the amenities one might expect in a palace of pure high-end luxury: garage parking – valet or self-parking depending on your preference – as well as a 24-hour concierge, doorman, gym/fitness room and an indoor pool/spa, all with a remarkable city view.
All of the homes at the Four Seasons feature the finest in hardwood/marble flooring and carpets, central air conditioning and upscale kitchens.
Unit 9009 has 1,601 square feet of luxury, including two bedrooms and two baths. The smart floor plan features a large entry foyer with coffered ceiling, an expansive living room, a large master suite and more than 50 feet of building frontage on the Public Garden, all perched above the tree tops.
The dichotomy of openness and intimacy is depicted in this home. High ceilings and oversized windows bring in natural light and spaciousness, while elements, such as fireplaces and marble accents, warm up the home and create a cozy feeling.
Other benefits include tremendous closet space, a handy laundry room and additional on-site deeded storage space.
The listing and selling agent was Paul Grover of Robert Paul Properties.