For $2.75 million, a Bay Village townhouse that will embrace the outdoors

Kelly Garrity – Boston.com correspondent

March 24, 2022 4:12 p.m.

It’s a season for outdoor spaces, and this Bay Village townhouse offers plenty. When completed, the three-storey house to be built in 134 Arlington Street. will feature both a ground floor patio (with gas, water and electric hookups) and a spacious roof terrace, ideal for lounging in the sun.

This rendering of the rooftop terrace shows an elevated view of the cityscape, with the Prudential visible in the background.  The roof terrace floor appears to be stone and there are two cylindrical stone tables with a chair set up at each in the foreground.  Towards the aft of the deck, a dining table with several chairs seated around it is visible.  There is a metal and wooden railing around the deck and several lush plants.
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The back of the house is charcoal gray in color, sandwiched between two light blue buildings.  There is a large dark gray or black colored fence surrounding the patio, which is illuminated by criss-crossing string lights on a handful of patio furniture.  There are several plants in the foreground and along the right side fence.
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The 1,872 square foot home, one of four similar properties under construction in the area, will offer three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a powder room. It hit the market March 18 for $2,750,000 and will be complete by the end of the year, listing agent Ricardo Rodriguez of Coldwell Banker Realty said.

Although the town’s smaller neighborhood is known for its charming brownstone and tree-lined streets, this property will strike a more modern chord. The kitchen, living room, and dining room will share an open floor plan, brightened by white walls and white oak floors. White is a theme throughout the space, with quartz on the island and countertops, white cabinets, and white panels on the kitchen refrigerator.

Three pendant lights hang above the island, which features a white quartz countertop and wooden stand.  There are three chairs set up on the island.  The walls on the right are covered with white cabinets, sitting under the white quartz countertop and hanging from the wall.  The floors are light colored white oak.  The front door is visible in the background on the left, and two windows are built into the wall to the right of it.
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The theme will continue in the living room, where a gas fireplace will feature a white stone surround and white built-in shelving. Glass patio doors in the corner of this room will allow natural light to further illuminate the space.

The dining room is in the foreground of this photo, with a modern chandelier hanging above a round table on a round rug.  There is a colorful abstract artwork on the wall behind.  The living room, which shares an open floor plan with the dining room, has floor-to-ceiling white built-ins and a gas fireplace with a white stone surround.  There is a white sofa and a coffee table set up in front of the fireplace.  There are glass doors in the back wall, through which the patio is barely visible.
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Upstairs, the master suite will include a walk-in closet and the adjoining bathroom will feature marble floors and walls, a spacious stand-alone shower and a quartz vanity with dual sinks. A multipurpose den, office, or playroom will make up the remainder of the second floor, with two additional bedrooms connected by a bathroom on the third.

The primary is bright, thanks to white marble walls and floors and white quartz countertops on the vanity along the right side of the room.  There is recessed lighting and three sconces hanging from the mirror, which takes up most of the wall above the vanity.  The vanity has two sinks.  The shower is visible on the left side opposite the vanity, with glass doors and marble floor and walls.
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Parking will not be a problem for buyers, at least when moving in for the first time. The property is sold with a valet service that will pick up and deliver the owner’s vehicle to the front door. The service will be prepaid for a period of time, Rodriguez said, after which residents can decide if they want to pay to renew it.

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