New luxury condo at The Sudbury is ready for you

CINDY BAILEN
STAFF WRITER
The views through the picture windows in the living area are amazing. The Southwest exposure showcases the city at sunset.

When you’re looking for a fabulous home in the city, you might start by choosing a vibrant neighborhood. Next, you might look for incredible architecture, elevated rooms, dazzling views and a host of amenities. If so, you’ll be thrilled to discover everything you desire in a luxury condo can be found at The Sudbury – located at Bullfinch Crossing at the convergence of Beacon Hill/West End, the North End/Waterfront and the Downtown/Financial District where history and innovation blend seamlessly. When you’re at The Sudbury at Bullfinch Crossing, you’re in the center of everything and everything is at your center.

This distinctive high-rise development, completed in 2021, boasts 11 upper floors of 55 memorable condominium homes featuring gracious floor plans, outstanding finishes and breathtaking views, starting on the 36th floor.

With a catering kitchen and a comfortable seating area in front of the gas fireplace, the exclusive Club Room is a great place for homeowners to entertain.

And residents can take advantage of 25,000 square feet of lifestyle amenities, including two garage parking spaces.

Unit 3801 on the 38th floor is one of the most exciting residences at The Sudbury. This elegant, spacious and luxurious four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath corner residence offers open concept living with a subtle, timeless design that enhances, yet never competes with the kaleidoscopic vistas. Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate has listed this beauty for $5,700,000.

A splendid tapestry of colors and textures, created by the southwestern/western and northern views from this home, include the Charles River, Beacon Hill, Back Bay, Cambridge, the iconic Citgo sign, Fenway Park, the North End, Charlestown Marina and the Boston Harbor and Islands as well as amazing sunsets and the twinkling lights at night.

On clear days you can even see the mountains in New Hampshire. Unlike some condos, there are no structural columns to block these sweeping views.

A sleek kitchen with Italian cabinetry, quartz counters, gas cooking and Gaggenau appliances makes preparing every meal a delight. A wet bar and wine refrigerator will up your entertaining game.

This 2,766 square-foot residence is a place where beauty and function meet. The contemporary kitchen features an abundance of custom Scavolini cabinetry in a matte lacquer dove gray finish. The Calacatta veining in the quartz counters match the color beautifully, creating seamless continuity. The top of the long island shows off the stone and with room for four counter stools, it’s an informal place to serve family and friends.

It’s not just about the aesthetics here – this is a kitchen that makes cooking a pleasure. The Kohler sink dispenses hot water automatically from a Kallista fixture. Appliances by Gaggenau include a French door refrigerator, a five-burner gas cooktop and an oven installed underneath.

The home chef will make good use of the steam oven and warming drawer. A vent hood expels cooking aromas to the outside and then retracts out of sight until it’s needed again.

For homeowners who love to entertain, the unit is equipped with a wet bar – an ideal setup for preparing drinks. The wine refrigerator holds 18 bottles – convenient when you want to serve favorite vintages.

The living and dining space is oversized and lined with picture windows. With so much open space, there are plenty of options for arranging furniture.

The beautiful wood flooring seamlessly flows into the oversized living and dining space. A stone surround gas fireplace is the focal point on the inner wall while picture windows frame the incredible vistas on the outer two walls.

The primary bedroom is spacious and private, enhanced by built-ins and a Charles River view.

The primary bedroom suite is very private with room for a king bed and two oversized nightstands. Built-ins allow you to customize the look of the room with objects d’art and books. A view of the Charles River adds charm. The closet corridor provides lots of storage and a substantial dressing area.

The en suite marble bathroom is the place to indulge. Immerse yourself in the deep tub for a long soak while admiring the views of the city.

Sleek, with quartz counters and shiny fixtures enhancing the wall-mounted double vanity, the primary bath is the epitome of luxury. Medicine cabinets are so thin, they look like mirrors until you open them, revealing the storage within. Flooring is a mosaic of marble.

The walk-in shower has a rain head, a hand-held spray and a modern linear drain. A separate water closet conceals the commode.

A powder room, three closets and the laundry cupboard that holds a full-size Electrolux washer and dryer are situated around the large entrance foyer/hall that also delineates the other wing of the residence. This wing also adds to the feeling of being in a house in the sky.

A double frosted glass door opens to (or closes off) a nicely-sized bedroom that can also be used as a study. A niche in the wall can accommodate a Murphy bed or a loveseat.

The corner windows here reveal more exemplary views and the mirrored glass façade of the building next door reflects the Boston Harbor and Logan Airport.

Another bedroom sits next door. As with all the bedrooms, this one is bright and relaxing, as well. A honed porcelain and quartz bathroom with a shower sits across the hallway.

Flooded with natural light, this bedroom makes an ideal office. The Custom House looks so close it almost seems possible to reach out and touch it. Courtesy photo/Campion & Company

At the end of the corridor is the secondary bedroom suite. This large bedroom has two double-door closets and more salient sights. Another large honed porcelain and quartz bathroom has a tub/shower combination and linen closet.

At The Sudbury, homeowners enjoy a boutique city living experience with a resort vibe. With 25,000 square feet of lifestyle amenities, you’ll never have to leave the building to access the myriad activities and comforts.  

Residents can enjoy the Sky Deck most of the year by sitting next to one of the firepits.

The rooftop garden has a modern Mediterranean appeal, accented by tall pear trees, a pergola and a glass wall for protection from the wind. Residents can enjoy the fireplace, fire pit and grills.

The clubroom features a catering kitchen and a private dining room – the perfect spot for a party. The homeowners’ lobby is a gem, far more than a place to pass through. Take a seat in front of its fireplace and enjoy the street life as it passes by.

In addition to these homeowner-exclusive accommodations, other amenities in the building are equally fabulous, including the 4,500-square-foot, well-equipped fitness center, yoga studio and sports simulator room. There is also an outdoor pool deck with grilling station adjacent to an indoor billiard lounge with game tables and TVs; and an indoor sky lounge and an incomparable outdoor wraparound sky deck where you can see for miles around. You can also watch the fireworks displays over the Charles River and the Boston Harbor and the magnificent sunrises and sunsets spanning the horizon.

The well-equipped fitness center is one of the many amenities for residents at The Sudbury.

Pet owners will appreciate the pet spa and a recently completed dog run that lets residents exercise their fur babies – even in their slippers. Kiddies can have fun in the children’s playroom. A chef’s kitchen and private dining room, conference room and 24/7 concierge add to the convenience and pleasure of living at The Sudbury.

One of the advantages of the Bulfinch Crossing neighborhood is its central location and amazing walkability.

For added convenience there are two on-site subway lines and car rental services and (coming soon) bike-share services.

With iconic retail, luxury homes, world-class offices, a boutique hotel and a superb public square, Bulfinch Crossing is indeed a place for everyone.

For more information and a private viewing, contact Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate at 617-236-0711.

DETAILS:

Address: The Sudbury at Bulfinch Crossing, 110 Sudbury St., #3801, Beacon Hill - Waterfront

BR/BA: Four bedroom, three-and-a-half baths

Size: 2,766 square feet

Year built: 2021

Price: $5,700,000

Taxes: To be determined    

Association fee: $3,694 per month (includes two garage parking spaces)

Building features: 25,000 square feet of amenities include a 4,500 square-foot fitness center and yoga studio; pool deck with grilling station; billiard lounge; sky lounge and sky deck; children’s playroom; pet spa and dog run; chef’s kitchen and private dining room; conference room and 24/7 concierge.

Unit features: Clean, contemporary design with exceptional finishes. Picture windows revealing sweeping vistas. Kitchen features Italian cabinetry, coordinating quartz countertops, Gaggenau appliances, gas cooking, and a wine refrigerator. Expansive living area with gas fireplace. Two bedroom suites with marble baths. Laundry in unit.

Close by: Bulfinch Crossing neighborhood is just steps from the cobbled streets of Beacon Hill, pizza in the North End, a game at the TD Garden, an ice cream cone on a Greenway bench or a quick walk to work in the Financial District. On-site subway lines, car rental services and (coming soon) bike-share services; within walking distance to bus lines and commuter trains; easy highway access to I-93, Storrow Drive, I-90/Mass Turnpike and the Airport.

Contact: Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate, 172 Newbury St., Boston, MA  02116

Telephone: 617-236-0711

Sales gallery: 617-227-2080 

Email: TCampion@campionre.com

Website:https://thesudburyresidences.com