Located on the building’s 47th floor, this 2,663-square-foot, two-bedroom-plus home boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that frame expansive views of Boston’s iconic skyline, soaring 11-foot ceilings and a flexible floorplan. The residence features two full bedrooms and a flexible space that can serve as a home office, dressing room or additional living space. The home also has a laundry room, a petite door for no-contact deliveries and semi-private elevator access shared with at most one neighbor.
Residence 4701’s gracious living room has a gas fireplace with a showstopping Belvedere granite surround, as well as wide-planked wood flooring and crown moldings. There are two spa-inspired bathrooms, with the primary bath featuring silver wave marble flooring quarried in Greece, complete with radiant heat. The chef’s kitchen boasts Sub Zero and Wolfe appliances, blue de savoie polished marble countertops, and Siematic cabinetry.
Residence 4701 is currently on the market for $8.6 million.
Boston’s tallest residential tower is regarded for its outstanding architecture that has created a legacy on the Boston skyline. Four Seasons One Dalton was designed by the late legendary architect Henry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, in collaboration with CambridgeSeven.
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