The 1,720 square feet of unsullied space highlights high ceilings, luminous hardwood floors and eye-catching architectural detail. Splashes of sunlight radiate throughout from the east, south and west-facing windows also proclaim picture-perfect views.

A handsome new triplex townhouse in the three-unit building with a white picket fence at 109 Call St. at the corner of Call and McBride in Jamaica Plain has its first-ever buyer.

No. 109, the last of the three units in the Southwest Corridor Residences at 105-109 Call St., tastefully designed by McKay Architects of Dedham to reflect local building traditions and contemporary lifestyles, was originally listed by Michael O'Dea of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Brookline. The home was bought with S. Amber Smit of William Raveis R.E. & Home Services on March 30 for $1,125,000.

The 1,720 square feet of unsullied space highlights high ceilings, luminous hardwood floors and eye-catching architectural detail. Splashes of sunlight radiate throughout from the east, south and west-facing windows also proclaim picture-perfect views.

The front door opens an entry hallway with a roomy windowed walk-in cloakroom and a door to the two-car garage - accessible from the common rear alley. The garage has a rare bank of four full sash windows for extra light and ventilation for safer parking.

The window-lit oaken staircase – that has deep under-stair storage – ascends directly to another capacious coat closet and a powder room with a pedestal sink. At the right is a rare three-exposure covered balcony with cable-ready connections, outdoor lighting and a serene park view to flavor your morning coffee or evening libation.

The pleasing open living area is classically refined by paneled wainscoting, milled door/window casings with cornices, crown and ceiling moldings, and baseboards. A gray-white ledger-stone gas fireplace, topped with a white marble mantelshelf, blends the best of classic and contemporary styles in the living area. The dining alcove reprises the garage’s four-window bank for a sumptuous park view for dinner. A paneled double door elegantly conceals the washer and dryer.

A quartz island counter with bar seating and a microwave initiates the open-plan kitchen where an L-shaped running quartz counter encompasses all white Shaker-style cabinetry and Samsung stainless appliances, including a four-burner gas range with a warming grill and a two-door refrigerator with a water/ice dispenser. A variegated gray-white subway-tile backsplash and a porcelain farmer’s sink with a retractable gooseneck faucet add more classic/contemporary touches.

More stairway windows light the way up to the bedroom level. The stairway lands at a linen closet and a full bath with a quartz vanity and subway-tiled tub/shower. A window with space for a small table marks the end of the L-shaped hall serving three bedrooms each with double door closets.

The spacious primary bedroom’s king-size bed area is the unit’s darkest space, conducive to better sleep, while the sitting area is illuminated by the windows for optimal reading, artistic activities and quiet, scenic views of the tree-lined neighborhood.

The marble-floored primary bath features a twin-sink vanity and a Carrara marble shower with hand-held and rain showerheads and a sliding glass door.

This home sits in a prime location, surrounded by vast verdant acres of space (including the South West Corridor, Arnold Arboretum and Franklin Park/Zoo), featuring some of the best fitness trails, recreation spaces, tot lots, basketball and tennis courts, and community gardens anywhere in the city.

The new residents at No. 109 Call St. in historical Jamaica Plain can also enjoy an eclectic array of restaurants, shops and services along with other exciting venues that offer a multitude of year-round activities, events and programs to enrich the body, mind and spirit – everything that makes the neighborhood vibrant and fun.

The Orange Line at the Green Street Station is conveniently placed, less than a half a mile from the home, so getting into Boston and beyond is also relatively easy.

For information on other fine homes for sale, contact Michael O’Dea of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage at 857-719-6989 or Michael.ODea@NEMoves.com or S. Amber Smit of William Raveis R.E. & Home Services at 617-872-1399 or S.AmberSmit@raveis.com.