Ten-foot ceilings rimmed with exquisite handcrafted fretwork grapevine leaf triple crown molding, original ceiling medallions, richly detailed casings plus beautiful oak flooring were brought to life in this extraordinary masterpiece.

A garden-to-parlor triplex in the heart of South End – one of Boston’s legendary neighborhoods – honors the old world charm of 19th century while enjoying all the latest technology of the 21st century. It is the result of a magnificent gut renovation /restoration project designed by Kunz Associates Architects in 2016.

Originally listed by Moshe Elmekias of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, Unit 1 at 114 Pembroke St. was bought through Lucas Garofalo of Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro/Back Bay on July 31for $2,850,000.

Ten-foot ceilings rimmed with exquisite handcrafted fretwork grapevine leaf triple crown molding, original ceiling medallions, richly detailed casings plus beautiful oak flooring were brought to life in this extraordinary masterpiece.

Original pocket doors with etched glass inserts, classic curved window niches and stylishly raised shadow-box wainscoting were among some of the other timeless architectural details featured in this resplendent home.

Behind the walls of this incredible work of art (and throughout the home), triple insulation for sound control and energy efficiency, including latest Nest dual thermostats, IQ cameras and Medeco high security locks, smart wiring for TV and Wi-Fi using a mesh network, was incorporated. A Rinnai gas boiler and HVAC with injected humidifier were also installed.

This appealing blend of old and new was an integral part of the package that includes 2,387 square feet of fabulous, flexible and open-flow living spaces plus three bedrooms, three-and-a- half bathrooms and a private south-facing deck.

The kitchen showcases almost floor-to-ceiling custom Medallion cabinetry, Caesarstone quartz countertops, under-cabinet lighting and a large center island with a stainless steel sink and Waterstone faucet.

The state-of-the art appliances include a Gaggenau built-in column refrigerator, a separate Sub-Zero freezer and icemaker drawers, a Miele multi-oven, a four-burner gas stove with a Zephyr hood and a Thermador dishwasher.

An open area adjacent to the island works well for casual dining and/or as a family room. Two charming china cabinets/servers sit on each side of the elegantly arched marble fireplace while a curved OLED TV and built-in Klipsch architectural speakers sit above the mantel.

The upper level features two king-bed size sleeping chambers with designer en suite bathrooms. The master suite at the back of this level has a walk-in closet/dressing room with custom built-in drawers, open shelving and specialized hanging spaces.

The bathroom highlights a frameless glass door walk-in shower with custom-designed tile surround and two body sprays. Two sinks in a classic Restoration Hardware open framework console with a marble countertop complement the sophisticated mosaic-like design in the marble tile floor. Three Restoration Hardware medicine cabinets – one full-length – provide ample storage and a Myson Hydronic towel warmer is an added luxury.

The front suite features the Hydro systems tub/shower combination with a beveled edge subway tile surround in a tile floor bathroom. A sleek Robern medicine cabinet supplements the Ronbow vanity with a quartzite countertop.

The entire lower level has an incredible amount of flexible living space with radiant Italian glazed porcelain tile heated flooring. A large living/family/media room contains a wood-burning fireplace and a 4K TV and surround sound plus a full bar with a lovely glass back splash, refrigerator and dishwasher.

A spacious bedroom has two double closets while the big bathroom has a step-in shower with a frameless glass enclosure and a vanity with a marble countertop.

Full-size Electrolux appliances with a folding area, hanging rod and overhead cabinetry grace the spacious laundry room.

This level also includes a Eurocave wine unit, additional storage and direct access to recently paved alley parking with electric car charger station.

The South End is a culturally rich neighborhood of restored Victorian row houses on tree-lined streets surrounding charming English-style squares, home to many diverse groups. Popular dining and drinking scenes span family-friendly bistros, trendy eateries, gay bars and low-key pubs.

In 1973, the South End was listed in the National Register of Historic Places and later designated as a Boston Landmark District for its historical, social, architectural and aesthetic significance to New England and the United States.

The South End has the distinction of being the largest intact Victorian row house district in the country, spanning more than 300 acres. Eleven residential parks and 16 community gardens are scattered around several sub-districts.

The Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology on Berkley Street, established in 1908, one of New England’s oldest colleges of technology, started with a bequest from Benjamin Franklin and a gift from Andrew Carnegie.

Old neglected warehouses were transformed into the nearby SoWa Art & Design District where artist studios, contemporary art galleries, one-of-a-kind boutiques, design showrooms and restaurants are unified by a passion for creating and curating exceptional artworks, products and experiences.

A vibrant community of local talented artists and entrepreneurs offers something for everyone throughout the year at the now-famous, award-wining events such as the SoWa Open Market, Vintage Market, First Friday and Holiday Festivals along with programs such as “Yoga, Art and Sound” which provides a multi-sensory experience.

The Animal Rescue League of Boston on Chandler Street features an animal shelter, an animal cruelty investigation and prosecution law enforcement department, a rescue department, an animal behavior department and an outpatient veterinary facility, Boston Veterinary Care.

Come, connect and fall in love with the South End. Moshe Elmekias of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty and Lucas Garofalo of Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro/Back Bay are waiting to show you a home that was designed just for you.