Designed by blending two units, this corner condo feels expansive. Well thought-out design and a flood of natural light that pours into the rooms through bay and bow windows contribute to the sense of spaciousness. High ceilings generate great volume as well.

If you’re looking for an elegant Back Bay home with spectacular views and brilliant sunlight streaming through oversized bay windows, an airy unit at The Marlborough will bring you exactly what you’re dreaming of.

In a grand building designed by William T. Sears and constructed in 1896, this bright, beautiful unit integrates modern style and period details.

Roberta Orlandino of Coldwell Banker Realty is offering the property for $2,349,000.

Designed by blending two units, this corner condo feels expansive. Well thought-out design and a flood of natural light that pours into the rooms through bay and bow windows contribute to the sense of spaciousness. High ceilings generate great volume as well.

The home’s entry foyer is a dramatic space that’s generous enough to furnish with a round table and a console. A couple of chairs here would be a nice addition. They would give you a place to sit while putting on your shoes in the morning.

French doors with glass transoms let sunlight sweep into the entry. The herringbone hardwood flooring and gorgeously lit cove ceiling add beauty. If you like to entertain, it’s easy to imagine standing in this foyer to welcome visiting friends and family.

Take a left to admire the kitchen. Ample Siematic custom cabinets in a maple finish convey warmth. They contrast well with the dark granite backsplash and countertops.

High-end appliances include a tall Sub-Zero fridge, Miele dishwasher, Thermador induction cooktop and wall ovens. The amount of storage in the separate pantry is more than ample. Floor-to-ceiling shelving there has room for everything you need.

The kitchen opens up to a charming dining room with detailed crown molding, tall baseboards, a chair rail that borders painted wainscoting, and best of all - a triple window seat in the bay. It creates a special place to lounge while enjoying city vistas.

Walk back through the foyer and traverse a set of French doors to the double living room. The crown molding here calls attention to the high ceiling. This is a glorious place to relax, basking in the natural light that floods into the room through another set of bay windows. It’s also a great place to hold a big party.

Go through a wide, columned archway to the other side of the living room. There’s plenty of room here for an additional seating area and stunning built-ins are awaiting your art collection. You could even commandeer this space for your home office, hiding your laptop and office supplies behind cabinet doors at the end of the workday.

The first bedroom is steps away. Details such as crown molding and a chair rail enhance the room. A wall of custom built-ins acts as a headboard arching over and around the bed. Opening a door to the laundry closet, you will find a stacked washer and dryer pair by LG concealed there.

Right down the hall is a full marble bathroom. Brass hardware gives the French-style sink some extra sass and the frameless glass shower doors take up no visual space. A built-in linen closet has room for your fluffiest towels.

This bath is convenient to the home’s delightful second bedroom. It’s a sunny and comfortable space with a place for a double bed and a pair of nightstands. There’s just enough space for a bench at the foot of the bed. It would create a convenient spot for the occupant to plop down to slip off their shoes at the end of the day.

The home’s primary bedroom suite is at the end of the hall. It’s pretty and private with three windows in the bow overlooking the Charles River. You’ll see shimmering sunsets from here. Tight weave Berber carpeting is cozy underfoot.

You can hang your clothes in the bedroom’s two big closets. There’s extra storage built in over one of the closets, so you can use it to store your out-of-season items.

The en suite bath is equipped with a dark stained wood vanity topped by a marble counter. The frameless glass shower doors reveal an accent band of contemporary mosaic tiles. A tall window admits excellent light for shaving or putting on makeup.

When you leave your condo, you can enjoy the many amenities The Marlborough has to offer. The building’s fitness center has all new equipment and the common areas were renovated recently. The city and river views from the common roof deck are nothing short of incredible.

Finally, if you need a parking spot near your new place, there’s a garage space available for purchase for $125,000. And, like your new home, it’s right in the heart of the Back Bay.