One of the most fascinating homes on the market today is an incredible corner unit on the 13th floor of the prestigious award-winning Macallen Building, located at 141 Dorchester Ave. in fashionable South Boston. All 2,801 square feet of ultra-contemporary space showcases incredibly unique loft-style living.

Of all the interesting homes in the Boston neighborhoods, there is one home that tops them all for its unique features and style.

One of the most fascinating homes on the market today is an incredible corner unit on the 13th floor of the prestigious award-winning Macallen Building, located at 141 Dorchester Ave. in fashionable South Boston. All 2,801 square feet of ultra-contemporary space showcases incredibly unique loft-style living.

The thoughtful union of two units results in a tasteful transformation. Unit 1001-1002 introduces smart home technology and top of the line finishes, complimented by extraordinary city views and mesmerizing sunsets from every window. The practical floor plan showcases lustrous walnut floors, custom wallpaper and attention-grabbing light fixtures throughout.

This sumptuous home with three bedroom plus two-and-a-half bathrooms is listed by Marsha MacLean and Laura Springer of the MacLean Springer Group at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for $3,995,000.

The window treatments, as well as surround sound, lighting and heating throughout this home can be controlled from your phone, I-Pad or computer, thanks to Control4 Smart Home Technology. The home also has filtered fresh air vents promoting clean-air living.

Every detail of the award-winning Arclinea kitchen has been thoughtfully executed. The flush appliances flanked by a striking combination of white and brown cabinetry with dazzling marble and quartz countertops pose a clean, sleek contemporary look.

Custom designed with a professional chef in mind, this space is equipped with a Miele wall oven, speed oven and a five-speed glass-top cooktop. Two large refrigerators (one for wine) and the walk-in pantry have cabinet panels. There is also an espresso coffee maker.

No details were overlooked: the cabinets open with the touch of a finger, the large sink has a push-button faucet, and there’s even a crumb hole on the counter that goes to the trash area below.

The flooring is a wondrous walnut that feels both solid and comfortable on the feet. A fixed marble-top table with seating for at least eight people is proportionally placed. The pass-through bar, with seating for four, faces the living room with views of the Prudential and the Hancock towers.

The corner living room is dominated by 10-foot ceilings and a curtain wall of windows that overlook Back Bay, Downtown and Financial District as well as Fort Point and Seaport. The dramatic and sprawling picture-perfect dining and sitting areas are ideal for entertaining.

There’s nothing ordinary about the dream master suite. Featured in various design publications, this opulent space provides custom lighting and AV design, mosaic tile, phenomenal storage and sensational views.

Tray ceilings, a wall of glass and handsome flooring embrace the area large enough for a king-sized bed and then some. And from that bed, you can lower the giant screen and enjoy entertainment with the projector controlled from your I-pad or phone. You can also watch breathtaking sunsets over the Back Bay from here. A very large custom-built California walk-in closet, complete with mirror, provides lots of storage for clothing and accessories.

A charming barn door rolls open to the spa-like bathroom. An inviting free-standing elliptical soaking tub is spotlighted in front of a large window with picturesque views.

Large twin wall-mounted vanities with backlit mirrors have plenty of enclosed storage space. A pleasing pattern of mosaic tiles adorn the shower and toilet/bidet with glass-enclosures. Feet will stay warm and cozy with radiant flooring.

Two guest bedrooms are well-sized and attractively appointed. The south facing corner bedroom has a private balcony where, on a clear day, you can see the Blue Hills. This room has a set of built-in drawers and a large closet. Another closet holds the washer and dryer. The en suite bathroom has a combination tub-shower.

The other room, also with dramatic views, has built-in drawers and a wine refrigerator. This flexible space can be used as a bedroom or as an office.

A large walk-in closet and a powder room sit off the foyer.

The Macallen Building itself is also unique. This unforgettable towering building, designed like a spectacular ski slope, is full service and Gold LEED-certified. The building amenities include 24-hour concierge service, underground garage with deeded parking (two spaces for this home), secured bicycle storage and a dog run. There is also a fitness center and a private screening room.

Sitting on top of the garage is an extremely peaceful, award-winning 20,000-square-foot plaza with a heated lap pool as part of the appeal in this space. The areas for gatherings, complete with gas grills, lounge chairs and stunning views of the city, are made private by the colorful landscaping in this oasis of natural beauty.

The location of this home, at the Broadway entrance to South Boston, is ideal for those who love the city, but don’t want to live in the hub. Residents are within walking distance to the South End, Back Bay and the Financial District, and just minutes to Seaport.

This delightful home is near plenty of parks, including Rolling Bridge Park and Flaherty Park as well as the Bass River and many of the South Boston beaches and Castle Island. There are plenty of restaurants and retailers in the Broadway area and getting to Copley Square is easy.

Reaching Route 93 is a breeze and having the MBTA’s Broadway Red Line subway station just across the street makes travel easy.

An open house will be held from noon to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10.