Nestled in the St. Botolph neighborhood near the Back Bay MBTA station, Prudential Center and Copley Square, this residence radiates appeal from the front stoop under an intricately decorated brick archway. The building dates back to 1890.

You can have it all: exquisite details, luxurious amenities, unique features and an integrated overall design concept that works for today’s needs, desires and lifestyles. Proof of that is Unit 4 at 12 Cumberland St. in the Back Bay.

This is a 1,160-square-foot condominium with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms listed by the Valerie Post and Keith Shirley Team of Engel and Volkers for $1,250,000.

Nestled in the St. Botolph neighborhood near the Back Bay MBTA station, Prudential Center and Copley Square, this residence radiates appeal from the front stoop under an intricately decorated brick archway. The building dates back to 1890.

Charm and a “few” of the beautiful details continue in the private entry to the condo. Here, natural light from a massive skylight highlights a full exposed brick wall in the stairwell that goes right to the main living level. Stunning oak flooring, plus nine-and-a-half-foot high ceilings, double crown molding and deep bump boards take over from here and continue throughout the unit.

Oversized one-over-one windows that are modern and energy-efficient yet honor 19th century design sensibilities, are standard in this home as is the open-concept living-dining room. This open space that runs almost the entire length of the home is also wide, adding a sense of grandeur.

In the living area, a broad and deep bay with three windows is impressive as is; enhanced by the curved double crown molding and deep bump boards, this is a stunning focal point. This spot creates an extra sitting area as well. This room has another outstanding feature: a fireplace with a bluestone surround and hearth with an understated detailed mantel.

The bonus is that however furniture (and the options are many) is placed – facing the fireplace or the windows – a great view is always in sight. And in this well-planned room, the built-in floor-to-ceiling bookcases that are directly opposite the bay area add balance (and storage).

The open dining area seats six-to-eight people comfortably and works for formal or informal occasions.

Paneled French doors lead to a spacious room with another wide three-window bay area graced by twin built-in floor-to-ceiling units with open and closed shelving on each side. This room has another oversized window, too. Like the living room, this space has a second focal point: a corner fireplace with a matching bluestone surround, hearth and mantel. The space, currently used as a bedroom, could also be used as a sitting room/den/library.

U-shaped for maximum efficiency, this sleek white kitchen at the other end of the condo also ranks high in the looks department. Under-cabinet lighting adds sparkle to the subway tile backsplash while providing functional task lighting. Stainless steel appliances that include a Bosch dishwasher, Samsung five-burner gas range and a Blomberg refrigerator (these are less than a year old) are dashes of extra glitter while deep window sills give this room added presence.

Multi-purpose spaces are usually practical and occasionally fun, but rare is the flexible space that has style and elegance with large dashes of pizzazz. Tucked in a private alcove off the main living area, the exposed brick wall in this space is one clue that something extraordinary is happening.

Currently a sizable desk is at the back, tucked under a tray-like ceiling – only half the ceiling has this effect. Whatever you call it, a very long built-in floor-to-ceiling china cabinet/server is simply spectacular.

Glass-front, lighted upper cabinets have glass shelving that showcases the back of the piece, which is all brick. A butcher block countertop feels period appropriate and a beautiful accent to the brick. This versatile piece with a beverage cooler does double duty as a bar and/or server. This room is perfectly placed directly opposite the dining area.

Oversized windows that look out on St. Botolph Street are immediate eye-catchers (no pun intended) in the king-bed size master bedroom, but this sleeping chamber is more than just big. Double crown molding adds a touch of elegance; two sets of lighted double closets are a practical plus.

A Samsung stackable full-size washer and dryer have their own space on the way to one of the two full bathrooms. These are classy loos with double crown molding, detailed bump boards and are almost fully tiled. Each one has a tub/shower combination.

Storage is a non-issue as large closets seem to be everywhere, besides the bedrooms. An especially deep one is lighted and has custom inserts. The coat closet in the hallway is also well-sized. This unit has extra deeded and private storage in the basement as well.

The capacious common roof deck has a gas grill and unobstructed views of the Boston skyline.