Property Highlight: Penthouse F

Oct 22, 2021 Blog
Property Highlight: Penthouse F

An architectural gem located in the heart of the South End, 100 Shawmut is a luxury Boston residence where design, location, and comfort reach their peak, all encapsulating the particular spirit and aesthetic of the most livable city in the Northeast.

Penthouse F is a three-bedroom residence whose perch at the top of the building makes you feel like the whole city is at your feet — because it is. It’s a 12th-floor corner residence (where Shawmut Avenue meets Herald Street) that spans a sprawling 1,603 square feet of interior space.

The 128-square-foot balcony and floor-to-ceiling views of the Back Bay and the Financial District make for a seamless quality between indoor and outdoor space, so that the feeling of possibility that the city affords is always close at hand, as experienced from a vantage point as private as it is luxurious. With its corner positioning, the balcony is its own piece of the skyline — a unique space where you can plant an urban garden retreat and dine al fresco with friends and family.

Moving indoors, you’ll find a master bedroom that is exceptionally private, with its own entrance hall, walk-in closet, private bathroom, and a location separate from the other two expansive bedrooms. All three have the stellar Boston views that make you feel like you are sleeping in a city in the clouds. The open plan of the kitchen, dining, and living room space gives the impression of a bright, airy loft with light passing through from all directions. Oak wood floors and clean lines create a natural, timeless elegance. Gaggenau appliances in the kitchen help to bring your culinary skills to new heights with the pinnacle of German craftsmanship and design. You also have access to Boston’s most luxurious collection of amenities, including a fitness room, chef’s kitchen, billiards room, pet spa, rooftop sky lounge, parking, and storage space.

While you could live in luxury and style indefinitely without leaving the building, the most charming neighborhood in Boston is yours to be discovered, with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the city’s best art galleries, Boston Common, and 26 other nearby parks and gardens all a short distance away. And options for dining out? The Infatuation calls the South End an area with “more great restaurants than any other neighborhood in Boston.” Choose from gems like Toro for Spanish tapas and Kava Neo-Taverna for Greek food at its absolute peak. Life in the South End condominiums at 100 Shawmut is optimal living in an optimal city — with a penthouse at the crown of it all that you can call home.

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