The interiors of both homes are stunning, showcasing nine-foot ceilings, gleaming kitchens and bathrooms, stylish gray walls, harmonizing gray wide plank floors and extra-large high-efficiency European windows. Each home also has unique qualities that make them standouts.

A brand-new boutique building at 6l0 Rutherford Ave. is one of the hottest selling condominium developments in Charlestown. There are only two of the original 22 units still available for perspective home buyers. A modern midrise building such as this one, introducing a well-priced package of supreme amenities and luxurious finishes, is a rare find in the neighborhood.

Nancy Roth of Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing Unit 403, a three-bedroom, two-full-bath residence for $799,000 and Unit 206, a two-bedroom, one-full-bath residence for $669,000.

The interiors of both homes are stunning, showcasing nine-foot ceilings, gleaming kitchens and bathrooms, stylish gray walls, harmonizing gray wide plank floors and extra-large high-efficiency European windows. Each home also has unique qualities that make them standouts.

When you walk into Unit 206 in the left corner of the building, your eyes are immediately drawn to the oversized windows overlooking green space, engendering a quiet and peaceful feeling. The open living-dining area has lots of space to configure furniture for casual living and entertaining.

The kitchen offers stainless steel appliances by KitchenAid, including a French door refrigerator and a gas range. The built-in microwave above the range vents cooking odors to the outdoors and the dishwasher makes after-dinner cleanup a breeze.

This kitchen is sleek as well as functional. White gloss cabinets, a subway tile backsplash and quartz countertops give the room a designer look. A peninsula provides a place to enjoy casual meals. All it needs is a couple of counter stools.

Bedrooms are to the left of the living-dining area. The larger bedroom has a view of trees through the windows. A slider door opens to a private deck, calling the new owners out to enjoy a peaceful morning cup of coffee or a relaxing evening cocktail.

There’s plenty of room to store a good-sized wardrobe in the walk-in closet. An adjacent laundry closet houses a stacked washer and dryer so clothing care is simple and convenient.

Steps away is the full bathroom. The finishes are pleasing to the eye, including a white quartz countertop, white wooden vanity, an undermount sink and white subway tile. The tub/shower combo allows for a relaxing soak or invigorating spray. The curved shower rod installed here is a clever way to create more room in the shower.

The sunny second bedroom is ideal for guests and would also make an appealing home office, which more and more people are using these days. Installing a Murphy bed would optimize the space, creating the best of both worlds. There’s ample storage space in the double closet.

If a more spacious home is what you’re looking for, Unit 403 is the one to see. This home offers almost 1,200 square feet of living space. With three bedrooms and two full bathrooms, there’s room for a family or a couple.

In the fresh new kitchen, the stainless-steel KitchenAid gas range, microwave, dishwasher and French door refrigerator will tempt the homeowner to prepare gourmet meals. Colorful food will contrast nicely against the white gloss cabinetry, quartz counters and subway tile backsplash in pictures gorgeous enough to post on Instagram. Three people can enjoy the meal seated at the peninsula.

The generous living room has a peek out to Sullivan Square through its European windows. The big windows do a great job blocking noise, but they also tilt in three or four inches from the top. It’s a nice option to let in fresh air. They open full width as well.

Private and tucked away at the other end of the unit, the main bedroom rocks a walk-in closet and an en suite bath – the most beautiful in the home. It’s all about the elegant shower, which is enclosed with glass and subway tiled. A white quartz counter top covers the long wooden vanity.

The other full bathroom serves the two secondary bedrooms. It is similar to the bathroom in Unit 206, sporting a tub/shower combination.

These two bedrooms would work perfectly as guest rooms, offices or hobby hubs. Each has a double closet to take care of storage needs.

In addition to all the features within these residences, the building offers numerous amenities, starting with security. Building homeowners use smart phones or fobs for entry. The lobby has secure package compartments, so deliveries stay safe.

A common roof deck and adjoining club room, landscaped patio with grill, a dog run and bike storage are some additional perks. For residents who own cars, rental parking is available in the building’s garage for $175 per month.

Beyond the building, the area around the Rutherford Avenue corridor and Sullivan Square is changing, and residents of 610 Rutherford Ave. will benefit from the new design. According to the City of Boston website, the goal is to make the community more “people friendly” by increasing pedestrian connections and safety to MBTA stations, decreasing traffic, creating more open public spaces and providing bicycle connections. This development certainly is in the right place at the right time.