A beautifully renovated single-family townhouse in a circa 1865 brownstone, located at 129 West Newton St., is currently on the market. This sophisticated and sumptuous 3,476 square-foot home is offered by John Neale and Bradford Sprogis of Sprogis & Neale Real Estate for $4,395,000.

The South End continues to be one of the fastest flourishing and fashionable neighborhoods in Boston – for many satisfying reasons, among them being location, diversity and lifestyle. The South End also boasts a selection of fine homes with the same style and quality of those in Back Bay and Beacon Hill, yet at much lower prices.

A beautifully renovated single-family townhouse in a circa 1865 brownstone, located at 129 West Newton St., is currently on the market. This sophisticated and sumptuous 3,476 square-foot home is offered by John Neale and Bradford Sprogis of Sprogis & Neale Real Estate for $4,395,000.

A spacious first floor dining room, adorned with a lovely chandelier with six lamp-shades and two twin wall sconces, has two large windows looking out onto the front garden. The light colored hardwood floors (found throughout the home) gracefully flow into the gourmet kitchen.

This kitchen, which underwent a complete spare-no-expense renovation in 2018, features high-end Wolf, Miele and Sub-Zero stainless appliances (including double wall ovens, a sizable refrigerator and a large gas cooktop) set amid plenty of storage. Open shelving provides a pretty place to display cookbooks and décor. Three chic pendant lights are suspended above the center island/breakfast bar, hosting a sink with a goose neck faucet and seating for four people. A butler’s pantry includes additional storage and a beverage center.

Slider doors open onto a large back deck, complete with a dedicated gas line for grilling on those soon-to-come summer days. There is plenty of room for a table and chairs with additional space for more comfortable seating. There is also a pretty powder room conveniently placed between the dining room and kitchen.

The second floor highlights a 15-foot by 26-foot open grand front parlor living room. This space features a gas fireplace with a marble mantel. While the high ceiling with crown moldings accommodates a shimmering chandelier dangling from a decorative ceiling medallion, the bay window niche might be the perfect setting for a baby grand piano to entertain your guests.

On the rear end of this floor is a handsome dark wood-paneled study, graced by a crystal chandelier. The three-bay window alcove bestows a cozy sitting area. There is also a nicely-sized wet-bar with storage, flanked by two closets.

The main attraction on the third floor is the grand front-to-back master bedroom suite – a gorgeous haven of delightful comfort and luxurious joy. The nicely-sized front bedroom includes a mammoth walk-in closet and dressing area, along with additional storage.

It might be hard to feel like rushing around in the all-marble master bath, especially with the invitingly deep jet soaking tub (sitting by the three-window bay) and a glass-enclosed shower ready to wash away any tensions of the day. A jumbo mirror and lighting enhance the double vanity.

A nicely-sized laundry room has stackable appliances, lots of storage and a sink.

There are two more sizable bedrooms on the fourth floor. The shared bath has a glass-enclosed tub/shower combination and a long vanity.

The back bedroom has a stairway leading up to a generously-sized roof deck. The amazing views of the entire Boston skyline are simply stunning and definitely worth experiencing.

The flexibility of the garden level lends itself to many possibilities. The two rooms are currently set up as a family room with plenty of space to enjoy a movie, exercising or playing family games and an office with built-in shelves and cabinetry. The office has a door leading outside to the back. There is also a full bathroom and a large wine cellar. This area could also be used as a guest suite or for an au pair or in-laws.

A smart house A/V and lighting system plus a beautiful spiral staircase tie all the floors together.

This townhouse also comes with two-car parking and storage space for strollers and bikes. Another perk to consider: since this is a single-family home rather than a condo, there are no association fees to pay.

The location of this home is excellent for individuals and families who are looking for play-filled parks, distinctive shops, trendy restaurants, plenty of community activities and easy access to public transportation.

Titus Sparrow Park is within easy walking distance. This park is an oasis of greenery with basketball and tennis courts, community gardens and many very popular seasonal events. It connects with the Southwest Corridor Path that runs between the Back Bay and the Mass Ave. Orange Line MBTA stations. Also nearby are the picturesque Harriet Tubman Square and the Worcester Street Community Garden as well as James Hayes Park.

The South End Branch Library, SOWA Arts + Design District and Boston Center for the Arts (although a bit further away) offer an array of year-round events, programs and workshops.

129 West Newton is a new listing, so if interested, act early. A home such as this won’t stay on the market long. To get a great look of this distinguished home, check out the virtual tour at www.seetheproperty.com/story/344346/b.