With captivating views for miles high in the sky of Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, this condo is two units seamlessly combined as one, wrapping around two sides of the building.

Listed by Michael Harper with MGS Group Real Estate, LTD, 1 Dalton Place, 5801 and 5802 is one of Boston's most luxurious addresses and penthouses, offering 58th floor expansive views from every single room.  "Wow" is definitely sure to pop into your head every time you look out.  There are, of course, blackout shades in case you want to sleep in on a Saturday or Sunday morning.

According to the MGS Group Real Estate website, the complete renovation of these two condominiums finished up late last year with a stunning renovation of the spaces, creating a five bedroom, eight bathroom, 8,000 square foot home.  By the way, six of those bathrooms have dreamy, marble baths.

It includes a spectacular white Onyx primary kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and a breakfast bar, with insane views of Boston.  Talk about living on top of the world.  The website adds that the informal dining and family room are exquisitely comfortable and welcoming, with a jaw-dropping formal living room offering an Art Deco inspired wall of glass that opens to a formal dining room, temperature controlled wine room, and access to a fully equipped catering kitchen.  There's also a balcony.

The solid white oak flooring throughout with stately moldings, surround sound, and those automatic shades and blackouts I told you about make for stunning living at 1 Dalton, which provides 24 Hour Four Seasons Hotel Services, two assigned garage spaces, and two valet spaces.

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Dreamy $38 Million Jaw-Dropping Boston Penthouse on the 58th Floor Has 24/7 Concierge

Listed by Michael Harper with MGS Group Real Estate, LTD, 1 Dalton Place 5801/5802 in Boston is two condos combined as one wrapping two sides of the building.

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