WOW Effect Produces Drama GaloreJune 4, 2016
We witness many renovations and transformation of spaces in Boston luxury real estate buildings, but once in a while, some amazing renovation pops up that overshadows all the rest. I tend to think of it as the “wow “ unit that is the end-all for all Boston luxury home renovations.
What’s on the top of my ‘wow factor’ list? The must see 70-72 Mt Vernon. This Beacon Hill building provides architecturally unique Boston luxury homes based on the design contribution of its historic façade. Richard Upjohn, a renowned New York architect, designed 70-72 Mt Vernon in 1847. Its stone façade masterfully employs elements drawn from the Italian Renaissance.
The spectacular, dramatic unit at 70 Mount Vernon Street was gutted and spectacularly renovated by a New York architect/designer and built by Payne Bouchier, the top Boston contractors. The result is an outstanding combination of preserving all the gorgeous architectural details of the building, namely the tall and curved fenestrations, cathedral ceilings with all the elegant contemporary touches to create this phenomenal and “dream-come true” Boston luxury home that is so different than anything else seen in recent years.
Boston luxury real estate buyers are tired of the “same-ol’-same-ol”. They want something different, OUT OF THE BOX that has a compelling WOW effect when you walk in. Everyone also wants a very livable, elegant space that supports a comfortable lifestyle in a building that has a live-in superintendant, fitness room and a phenomenal common roof-deck that has commanding views of the entire Boston skyline.