Nestled into the eastern slope of Corona Heights behind the grounds of the Randall Museum, this elegant four level trophy home offers architectural drama with its open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, gourmet kitchen, and a moving wall of glass merging into a large east facing deck capturing expansive panoramic views of the City and the Bay. Constructed in 2006 and designed by Adele Naude Santos, Dean of the MIT School of Architecture and Design, this home is ideal for entertaining on a grand or intimate scale with its inviting transition between indoor and outdoor living. The first level features a spacious bedroom with private bath and walk out deck, plus a large laundry room.
The serene master bedroom level opens to a landscaped rear garden and features en suite bath with million dollar views and a large walk in steam shower.The main level features vaulted ceilings and walls of windows encompassing an open floor plan living and dining area with custom corner gas fireplace, lighting and window treatments. The gourmet kitchen, which completes this level, centers around a large island with 6 burner Viking range, Sub Zero refrigerator, dishwasher, cornerstone counters, and ribbon mahogany cabinetry. The upper level features a loft bedroom and office with panoramic views and custom bath. Other amenities include surround sound system wiring, radiant heating, Brazilian walnut decks, cherry hardwood floors, spacious in unit laundry room, one car garage parking, plus additional storage. Convenient to all upper market shops, restaurants, businesses and transportation. A special place to call home!