Unit Two at 25 Mercer St. showcases an exceptionally inviting, 1,002-square-foot flow-through home, reflecting a sophisticated combination of classic elements mixed with a thoroughly contemporary vibe.

Tastefully designed, beautifully appointed and meticulously maintained are three phrases that come to mind when describing an incredible two-year-young home located on the flats of Thomas Park about two blocks away from Telegraph Hill in South Boston.

Unit Two at 25 Mercer St. showcases an exceptionally inviting, 1,002-square-foot flow-through home, reflecting a sophisticated combination of classic elements mixed with a thoroughly contemporary vibe.

Tia Zaferakis of Conway Cityside has listed this opulent two bedrooms-two bathroom jewel for $759,000.

Oak hardwood floors with a warm walnut stain, 10-foot ceilings with crown molding and recessed lighting, detailed door and window casings, bump boards with extra trim plus state-of-the-art amenities appointed throughout enhance the overall design and will complement any decor.

This home promotes 21st century living at its finest, boasting surround-sound and visual intercom systems plus a high-efficiency Nest thermostat and water heater. Other desirable features include custom Hunter Douglas window shades (in every room), a stackable Frigidaire washer and steam dryer and lighted closets.

However, this is a lot more than a series of techie treats. It lives large and is beautiful, too.

The open concept layout comes with a slight twist: the dining area is in a bump out directly across from the kitchen that generously flows into the living room. The result is a bit of “private” space, yet not closed off.

This dining niche can seat four to six people comfortably and works for casual or formal meals. A built-in credenza/server can certainly double as a bar and/or mini-china cabinet. Three wall shelves asymmetrically mounted above the credenza provide an additional place to display décor. The metal sphere with six candelabra sockets adds a whimsical touch.

The gas fireplace in the extra-large sun-filled living room takes center stage. The traditional-detailed mantel has a modern quartz surround. A full glass pane door opens to the front deck that has a gas hook up for the grill. A privacy wall makes this outdoor spot a mini-oasis.

Quartz is also the material of choice for countertops in the gorgeous U-shaped chef’s kitchen with stainless steel Jenn-Air appliances that include a pullout microwave drawer and a striking vented architectural hood over the range.

White Shaker cabinetry (the uppers are 42 inches high) with under-mount lighting is complemented by a textured subway tile backsplash. The overall effect is crisp and clean, yet stylish and timeless.

A separate closet in the hallway has a custom built-in cabinet with drawers.

Spacious and bright, the guest bedroom and/or office has a lighted oversized double closet with custom inserts.

A soaking tub/shower ensemble (with a marble subway tile surround) is in the shared full bathroom near the living areas. Mini-hexagon floor tiles may have an old-fashioned look (a border of wide marble rectangular tiles creates a unique picture-frame effect), but in this home, everything, including flooring, is up-to-date. These tiles are warm year-round thanks to radiant heating.

The master en suite bathroom also has radiant heat under marble floor tiles in a striking herringbone pattern. This, too, is framed with rectangular marble tile.

The same flooring is in the step-in shower, which has a glass enclosure with a marble subway tile surround and product niche. Quartz countertops are in both bathrooms.

Given its corner exposure and two sets of double windows, the master’s sleeping chamber is also a light-filled space. This bright room can easily accommodate a queen or king-size bed. An oversized lighted double closet with custom inserts addresses any storage concerns.

Among the plethora of modern conveniences is a private lift in the hallway that goes directly to the heated garage and a deeded storage unit. The driveway (with pavers and drainage) is also heated making snowy/icy entrances and exits a thing of the past.

Thomas Park is an elliptical-shaped park that sits at the summit of Telegraph Hill located in the Dorchester Heights neighborhood in the central part of South Boston.

At the center of this 40-acre park, with ornamental plantings and walkways, is the Dorchester Heights Monument. Being the highest area in the neighborhood, this splendid spot commands a view of both Boston Harbor and its neighboring communities.

This hill is noted as one of the best viewing places to watch the Fourth of July fireworks of neighboring communities. This park is also a perfect place to watch the sun rise and set any time of year. Dorchester Heights is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

There will be an open house from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 3.