Each of these five units exemplifies the incredible attention to detail that makes all of these homes thoroughly livable. These well-planned, floor-through homes come with numerous amenities, including nine-foot-high ceilings, detailed millwork, large Pella windows, central air conditioning, in-unit stacked GE washer and dryer and excellent closet space.

When you’re on the hunt for new digs – as in brand new – having choices is good. Then toss in a one-of-a-kind development in Jamaica Plain’s Sumner Hill neighborhood and “good” changes quickly to “great.”

The JPC5 Condominiums from Aspen Creek Development includes two buildings – on two different thoroughfares, albeit back-to-back – linked by common parking and outdoor spaces. The Seaverns Avenue dwelling contains two units and the Green Street domicile holds three.

Each of these five units exemplifies the incredible attention to detail that makes all of these homes thoroughly livable. These well-planned, floor-through homes come with numerous amenities, including nine-foot-high ceilings, detailed millwork, large Pella windows, central air conditioning, in-unit stacked GE washer and dryer and excellent closet space.

Contemporary open concept floor plans and beautiful hardwood flooring, along with 21st century technology such as Nest thermostat systems and tankless, high-efficiency Navien hot water heaters, are other shared features. Each unit also has a private storage area in the basement of the Green Street building.

Unit 1 at 92 Seaverns Ave. showcases a charming 892-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom garden-level home for $650,000.

The fully open living-dining area is both large and bright. That it’s open to the kitchen increases the flexibility of the overall space.

The glass subway tile backsplash is one highlight in the roomy U-shaped cookery. A substantial amount of counter space topped by quartz that accent General Electric stainless steel appliances are others.

The two bedrooms sit at the back of the home and are separated by the master bath. The guest room, which has a double closet, has access to a massive (and private) patio/deck set up with electric and water. A staircase leads to the parking area.

The master suite is even larger. In addition to accommodating a queen-size bed, the sleeping chamber has a lighted double closet.

An oversized and fully tiled (quartz) step-in shower with a Mirabelle shower head and a hand wand in a frameless glass enclosure is in the en suite bathroom that has Grohe fixtures.

The shared loo has a tub/shower ensemble with a white subway tile surround with grey grout. Tile flooring is an attractive accent.

With its Frank Lloyd Wright-like stylings, the extra-wide front door is a beautiful introduction to the homes in the 97 Green Street building that was renovated from the studs up (and out). The developers retained the distinctive mansard roof line that is accentuated by the dormer windows in the third-floor unit.

Unit 1 is a two-bedroom, two-bath unit with 1,225 square feet of space on the first floor - priced at $900,000. It is exceptionally bright. Oversized windows in the open-concept living-dining-kitchen area allow in an extraordinary amount of natural light and provide views of nearby Johnson Park.

Setting up dining space for six or more people is more than doable in the generously sized living area.

The U-shaped kitchen is both spacious and very functional. Quartz countertops are accented with GE stainless steel appliances. Maple-faced Shaker-style cabinetry with under-mount lighting enhances the overall modern design.

To ensure privacy, bedrooms are at each end of the unit. The second/guest bedroom at the front of the home has a lighted closet with custom inserts.

The master suite, which is at the back, is not only king-bed size big, but also has a huge walk-in closet that is fully built-out with custom inserts.

In keeping with the size theme, as in big, the en suite bathroom is impressively large, too. A tray-like ceiling adds pizzazz in this loo with double sinks and a step-in shower with a frameless glass door.

The spacious shared bathroom has a tub/shower ensemble.

Unit 3 is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit with 1,300 square feet of living space on the top floor priced at $1,100,000. It has the same fine amenities and a similar layout. In this home, however, two bedrooms (these are practically the same size) are in the front and adjacent to each other while the master suite overlooks the common outdoor space in the back.

Besides assigned off-street parking, location is another perk. The Johnson Park/Playground is practically across the street as is Bowditch Garden. During those hot summer days, Johnson Park has water sprays for people of all ages.

Also nearby is the very popular Centre Street with its countless eateries, shops and services, including JP Licks, JP Seafood Café and Fiore’s Bakery. Many people enjoy going to The Footlight Club on Eliot St. – the oldest community theater in the US and revel in the concerts and lectures at the Loring-Greenough House.

JP is one of the greenest neighborhoods in the City, often referred to as “The Eden of America,” surrounded by the Emerald Necklace, Arnold Arboretum, Franklin Park and Jamaica Pond.

Jamaica Pond is a natural kettle hole created by an ancient glacier. At 53 feet deep and a mile and a half around, it is the largest standing body of water in the city of Boston, offering year-round fun. You can rent sailboats, rowboats and kayaks at the JP Boat House. Skaters can enjoy gliding across the frozen water in the winter. The pond is stocked year-round for the fishing enthusiasts. Walkers and joggers can relish the 1.5 miles of trails and families can appreciate seasonal events, such as the Lantern Parade in October.

Franklin Park, which contains the zoo, stadium and golf course, abuts the Forest Hills Cemetery, providing seasonal concerts and tranquil walking paths. Each year, you can fly and/or watch an array of colorful kites in the park floating amidst the blue sky.

And not too far away is the beautiful Southwest Corridor Park that contains one of the two major bicycle paths.

The Green Street T station is two minutes away with connections to Boston and beyond.

It’s no wonder why JP is the home to a large community of college-educated professional, political activists, creative artists, and fun families; it’s the ideal place to live, work, and play all year round.

Call now for a private showing of these delightful homes listed by Eric Shabshelowitz and Iana Ulianova of Cabot & Company.

There will be an open house for Unit 1 at 97 Green St. from noon to 1 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 23.