Unit 2 at 95 Boardman St. is affordably listed with Jennifer Schneider of Century 21 Elite Realty for $725,000, much less than you would pay for a similar home in other neighborhoods such as the Back Bay, South Boston or the South End.

Imagine living in a new three-story duplex townhouse that comes with a generous 1,593 square feet of space, equipped with lots of luxury features located in one of the fastest growing parts of the city. There’s just such a place now available in East Boston.

A 2018 top-notch construction resulted in a spacious treasure of luxury and comfort, well-laid out with three bedrooms plus two-and-half bathrooms and lots of bonuses. Unit 2 at 95 Boardman St. is affordably listed with Jennifer Schneider of Century 21 Elite Realty for $725,000, much less than you would pay for a similar home in other neighborhoods such as the Back Bay, South Boston or the South End.

The first floor features an expansive open floorplan encompassing the kitchen-dining-living room, creating an ideal place for family gatherings and entertaining guests. This space boasts high ceilings with crown moldings, dazzling custom wood flooring, and large windows with custom treatment and hardware.

The sunny kitchen is beautifully-appointed with all the necessities for any cook to enjoy. The Bosch high-end stainless steel appliance package includes a spacious refrigerator with bottom freezer, a five-burner gas range with professional-grade vent hood and an in-set stainless steel microwave.

The dishwasher, along with a large rectangular and deep stainless steel under-mount sink that has a Hansgrohe faucet and garbage disposal, adds to the ease of preparation and cleanup.

The oversized kitchen island features an overhang on three sides comfortably seating four people. An abundance of soft-close white cabinetry, quartz countertops and subway-tiled backsplash garnish the space, supplementing the happy experience.

Three designer pendant lights hang above the island and the sink, under-mount lighting underscores the countertops and recessed lighting rim the perimeter of the entire area, adding the perfect amount of lighting for tasks and ambiance. A ceiling fan with a remote control in the living room keeps the air circulating for extra comfort.

A powder room has been tucked into the mix for added convenience.

The entertaining arena continues on the back patio, easily accessed from the French doors (with custom window treatments) in the kitchen.

This large 19’ by 10’6” area is designed with custom pavers (matching the ones on the front walkway) and a tall gated white fence. Add a few colorful and fragrant plants, some ambient lighting, comfortable seating and a grill to make it an even more perfect place to enjoy the fresh air and seasonal fun. The neighborhood trees add an additional layer of privacy and panorama.

The second floor has two large bedrooms with customized closets. The front bedroom enjoys the architectural detail and space of the bay window alcove. In between these rooms are a tiled full spa-like bathroom with tub/shower combination and a high-efficiency stacked washer-dryer retreat.

The third floor is dedicated to the spacious and sun-filled master bedroom suite. The bedroom is 25 feet long with plenty of room for prerequisite furnishings. The multitude of windows have custom treatments, hardware and blackout shades. A center-mount light fixture and recessed lighting are encircled by crown molding.

The 8-foot-by-7-foot walk-in closet is outfitted with lots of shelving and hanging rods and a window that also has a blackout shade.

The gleaming white master bath features a diamond pattern tiled floor with a quartz-topped vanity and an under-mount sink plus a tall storage cabinet. The tiled shower has an inset for bathing products and a glass shower door.

The interior-accessed unfinished basement comes with a 13.8-cubic-foot Frigidaire freezer and several metal shelving units for additional storage. Other house perks include a 40-gallon water heater, Goodman HVAC system and a HiSense Dehumidifier. Side-by-side designated parking spaces for two full-sized cars can be accessed from the gated backyard patio.

This delightful townhouse is perfect for a family or for young people living in a roommate situation. The home is located in the Orient Heights neighborhood, which is growing in popularity.

The new residents will enjoy spending time at Noyes Park and Constitution Beach. Noyes Park reopened last year after undergoing a major redevelopment. Among the improvements are new LED sports lighting, a synthetic soccer/softball field, a baseball field with a batting/pitching cage and a Little League field with a scoreboard - each fenced and irrigated and dressed with covered player’s benches, The new playground features rubberized safety surfacing, a rope climber and dish swing, play structure and tot swings, splash pad, two basketball courts, a walking loop and exercise station, new trees and rain gardens. At 8.22 acres, this is one of the largest playgrounds in East Boston.

Constitution Beach is one of Boston’s hidden gems. It’s a great place to relax, go swimming and make sand castles. The beach also has a playground, basketball courts, picnic area, concession stand, restrooms and a bathhouse. The Mary Ellen Welch Greenway (formerly known as the East Boston Greenway) was recently connected to the beach, providing walkways to other open spaces, including the nearby Belle Island Marsh Reservation.

The treasured Belle Island space is Boston's last remaining salt marsh, offering unique views of plants and wildlife. You can enjoy the walking paths leading to an observation tower or join the Friends of Belle Island for bi-monthly Oasis Bird Walk events.

People also can enjoy watching the planes coming and going from Logan Airport and seeing the ships sailing across the Boston Harbor from any of these and other outdoor spaces.

The old Suffolk Downs is also within reach. The final race was held there last year, and now the site is slated for development, adding lots of new shopping and dining opportunities.

There are plenty of ways to get around East Boston and beyond, including walking and biking (Eastie has several Bluebike stations). The home is an easy seven-minute walk to the MBTA’s Blue Line. You can catch the water shuttle at the Maverick Station Terminal /Logan Airport to get to Rowes Wharf at the Waterfront. Route 1A is nearby – and heading north is a breeze. And for longer journeys, the Mass Pike and Logan Airport is easily accessible as well.

East Boston is a neighborhood experiencing exciting growth and development. Now is a great time to be a part of this prosperous opportunity and jump in while the prices are still within reach.

For more information, contact Jennifer Schneider of Century 21 Elite Realty at 617-733-8211 or email jennschneider915@gmail.com. You can also check out the virtual tour at www.smartfloorplan.com/p/t/shell5.php?id=v440876&idx=yes.