This 2,184-square-foot home with three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half bathroom is listed by Suzanne Troyer and Melinda Sarkis of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for $3,200,000.

The roots of this classic South End townhouse at 40 Bradford St. are in the 19th century, but its present and future are firmly in this century and then some. Gutted to the studs (only brick accent walls remain), this four-story home has been exquisitely renovated by the Divine Design Center of Boston to surpass today’s expectations for a “modern” residence.

“Custom” is the byword in this home filled with outstanding European products and finishes.

This 2,184-square-foot home with three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and one half bathroom is listed by Suzanne Troyer and Melinda Sarkis of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for $3,200,000.

Twelve-inch-wide Italian pre-finished engineered flooring installed throughout the entire home is an elegant, albeit understated, and a seamless backdrop to the many spectacular features.

Interior doors with magnetic latches that are flush sans trim with an Italian lacquer finish are another cohesive element.

The fully open-concept main level that runs front-to-back encompasses a spectacular kitchen as well as dining and living room spaces. A flush-mount gas fireplace in the living room is on a marble wall that extends to the ceiling. Vented at the top, this stunner is more energy efficient than standard models.

Two large front windows have matching counterparts on the back wall. On the adjoining wall is a lighted floor-to-ceiling glass cabinet (a modern interpretation of a china cabinet) that extends from the dining area into the kitchen proper. Unique in design, this multi-purpose piece can store china and/or be used for decorative displays. Reflecting natural light is a bonus.

Chic and sophisticated, the kitchen is a work of art. Silestone (engineered stone) is installed on the large center island for a waterfall effect. Pullout drawers in the island (and everywhere else in the kitchen) have shallow custom inserts to maximize storage. This statement maker also has seating for three.

Gaggenau appliances include a dishwasher, bottom freezer refrigerator with integrated panels, two ovens (one is steam) and your choice of an induction or gas cooktop.

By the way, the new owners will receive an in-person tutorial from a Gaggenau chef on how the state-of-the-art ovens work.

Shaker-style Italian Arrital cabinets in a white/gray combination with a lacquer finish are timeless beauties accented by an eye-catching backsplash of random width tiles.

The half bathroom has a sweet wall-mounted sink, but the floor of individually installed tiles in a custom pattern is “the” focal point.

With its frameless glass railings, the custom staircase that was made in Italy borders on being classified as installation art. Open five-inch thick stair treads that match the flooring are part of the sleek black steel structure set against the original exposed brick wall painted white.

Laundry facilities (for a full-size washer and dryer) are tucked behind a barn door just outside the master suite that encompasses the entire second floor.

Surround-sound, which is on this level, is one highlight in the king-bed-sized sleeping chamber. The walk-in closet/dressing room is another. The door to this luxuriously custom space has the same flush-no trim design, but in a pocket format.

In addition to an abundance of space, the closet has adjustable shelving with lights underneath.

Another pocket door leads to the in-home spa, a.k.a., en suite bathroom. The entire room, which is clad in neolith stone, has a sleek walk-in shower in a frameless glass enclosure with multiple body sprays and a linear drain installed unobtrusively under a built-in bench that is the width of the shower. The bench has lighting underneath, too.

Touch-screen mirrors (for lights and defogger) are over the His ’n’ Her floating vanities. A freestanding slipper soaking tub and a commode room (for extra privacy) are additional luxuries. Radiant heated flooring and a heated towel rack are always appreciated.

A cozy nook, found just outside the master at the end of the landing, works fine as office space.

Two spacious bedrooms are on the third floor. An exposed and painted brick wall adds character; an integrated desk convenience. But the “closets” that are essentially “wardrobe walls” are outstanding in looks and function. Wrapped to create a “leather” look, these floor-to-ceiling storage units with automatic lights also have drawers and shelving. The interior and the lighting set up can be customized.

The sizable shared bathroom has a tub/shower combination and like the second floor, comfy “common” space is at one end of the landing.

Although the townhouse does not have a roof deck, it could. A roof window and hatch are already in place. Securing a city permit is the next step.

The walk-out basement that has two options (one to the courtyard; the other to the street) is fully finished. A stylish kitchenette with Arrital cabinetry accented with a herringbone patterned backsplash has a sink and wine cooler and is thoughtfully located a few steps from the courtyard. It’s also around the corner from a second family room.

This space also works as a media center and (with the appropriate furnishings) could double as extra guest space. A full bathroom on this level designed as a wet room has a walk-in shower with frameless glass.

The courtyard is a modern urban oasis. Quite roomy, this private outdoor getaway has water, electricity, and a “hard” gas setup for a grill. A sound system is a bonus.