Karen J. Christie of Douglas Elliman Real Estate is the listing broker for both of the units at 300 Boylston St. in the Back Bay. Unit 505, a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home designed in contemporary European style, is priced at $6,295,000. Unit 603, designed in a versatile transitional style, has two bedrooms and two baths and is listed for $5,795,000.

At Heritage on the Garden, a couple of handsome homes are on the market. Each is positioned in a prime location at the center front of the building, facing the Public Garden and the lagoon. So, when you purchase one of these extraordinary units, unobstructed green space and a spot of water can be your daily view.

And here’s an ambitious idea: there may be potential to purchase both residences, which abut one another, thus creating a magnificent 5,000-square-foot home. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Karen J. Christie of Douglas Elliman Real Estate is the listing broker for both of the units at 300 Boylston St. in the Back Bay. Unit 505, a two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home designed in contemporary European style, is priced at $6,295,000. Unit 603, designed in a versatile transitional style, has two bedrooms and two baths and is listed for $5,795,000.

Unit 603 exudes warmth and elegance. Enter this 2,294-square-foot home through a lovely foyer and walk ahead into the open living and dining area. Once there, you immediately notice the oversized windows, which maximize light. Hardwood flooring, laid in a herringbone pattern, radiates a subtle glow.

Floor-to-ceiling doors lead out to a private balcony - an outdoor space that offers landscaping and irrigation. Owners can enjoy a meal or cocktails while they partake in an enviable treetop view.

Back inside, a pass-through to the timeless kitchen brings light into the space and makes it a breeze to send out delicious dishes. The kitchen is white and stylish with glass subway tile on the backsplash, an abundance of cabinets and custom storage for a wine collection. It’s equipped with a tall Sub-Zero refrigerator that enhances the kitchen and delights the cook.

If you are working from home these days, this place will accommodate you very well. The guest bedroom has been built out into a well-designed office with workstations for two. It has numerous built-ins to store office equipment and supplies.

A separate interior office could serve the next owner as a den, library or media room. This space was formerly a laundry room. When the space was renovated, the washer and dryer was relocated within the unit.

The main bedroom suite occupies the entire lower floor of the home. It is a luxe and relaxing space with a true feeling of sanctuary. A unique blush-colored onyx en suite bath features a double vanity, refrigerator drawers, soaking tub and an extra-large shower. A deep walk-in closet and a personal gym complete the suite.

Unit 505 is the other center front-facing unit with big windows and first-rate views. With 2,521 square feet of space, this home’s design is completely contemporary with a European flair.

On the unit’s first floor, the living-dining room is wide open. A modern filament chandelier highlights the space where two oversized windows and crown molding create a corner dining experience. Another oversized window rest nearby, bringing in more natural light. Hardwood floors throughout the residence are stained in a warm dark brown.

The kitchen has custom wood cabinetry and dark, shiny granite countertops. Appliances are hidden behind panels, creating a cohesive look. A breakfast bar is just right for enjoying casual meals and a separate pantry provides plenty of space for food storage.

At the top of the stairs, a study or library provides an excellent work-from-home office space with built-in shelving for books and decorative objects.

With two attractive bedroom suites, this home could easily accommodate a family or a homeowner who wants a special space for long term guests.

The main suite offers a corner view and a walk-in closet. The sleek, full en suite bath features iridescent tiles, vessel sinks, a separate standup shower and a soaking tub.

The second bedroom is illuminated by a large window and its en suite bath stars dark glass subway tile and a glass-topped vanity.

So, which one of these luxury properties would work for you? They both have amazing parkside views, beautiful bedrooms, stunning bathrooms and dedicated office areas. They are both convenient to the main elevator, which runs directly to the garage. Each home comes with deeded parking - two spaces for Unit 505 and one space for Unit 603.

Now, imagine what you might be able do if you could combine both of these stunning residences into one fabulous home. You would be purchasing from two different owners and you’d need board approval, however, this could be a wonderful opportunity to have it all with nearly 5,000 square feet of beautiful space to work with.

A family could make great use of four bedrooms and four full bathrooms. You could create a great room or a pajama lounge to hang out en famille. Or you might construct a formal entertaining space on one level where you could host some grand gatherings.

At the Heritage on the Garden, the doorman, concierge and “Major Domo” provide world-class service. The building has dazzling common areas. And the views of the Public Garden are unmatched.