Featured Company: Churchill Properties of Massachusetts

Churchill Properties

123 Brimbal Ave, Beverly, MA | 122 Main Street, Suite 4, Gloucester, MA | 49 Union Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA | 169 Bay Road, Hamilton, MA 01982

1.833.MOVING.9 | www.churchillprop.com

Churchill Properties is a full service residential real estate firm offering excellence in brokerage services to Boston’s North Shore communities through our offices located in Manchester-by-the-Sea and Hamilton, Mass.  We are members of the elite Leading Real Estate Companies of the World network including 4100 offices and 130,000 agents in 65 countries worldwide. Our unique marketing and sales program utilizes multiple media channels and promotional activities including:

 

Featured Property: Annisquam, MA

The Stage Cove House is a direct waterfront property in Annisquam Village, just steps to the Cambridge Beach, including a private dock. Sweeping views over Wingaesheek Beach and the Annisquam Yacht Club. $2,500,000. 

 

 

Churchill Properties originally appeared as an Elite company in Unique Homes Spring ’19: Elite edition. See the ad here.

Massachusetts continues to attract settlement, centuries after drawing its first dwellers.

 

By Kristen Ordonez

 

Much like the early pilgrims who ventured across the ocean to towns like Plymouth, Massachusetts, homebuyers can find the journey to settle in a new home to be an arduous one. From the historic, scholarly cities of Boston and Wellesley to the island region of Nantucket, luxury agents are helping buyers discover the growing real estate prospects within Massachusetts.

 

Within the metropolitan areas of the state, including towns like Wellesley, Weston, Dover and Needham, businesses are the main attractions bringing people to the Metrowest section of Boston.

 

“This region has the largest amount of biotechnology companies in the country, in addition to superior healthcare, highly ranked hospitals, colleges and university,” according to Joni Shore and Jon Shore of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Wellesley.

 

Plus, colleges like Wellesley offer cultural events, lectures and opportunities, as well as the acclaimed Davis Museum. The Shore team notes that its clients come from all around the world looking for this type of access to culture. “The highly ranked schools and universities are a draw to the area,” says the duo. “Often families who send their children to school in the area prefer to invest in real estate.” These investments tend to be in new or updated homes with technological and sustainable living qualities. Homes like these at the top of the market are usually priced much higher than other suburban areas, with the highest listing at $18.5 million.

Sold for $4,000,000

Sold for $4,150,000

Sold for $5,770,700

Apart from the collegiate neighborhoods, the coastal regions of Massachusetts have their own enticing attributes that attract homebuyers, specifically outdoor living and recreation. Whether buyers prefer sailing around the bay or fishing in the ocean or lake, real estate along the water perpetuates both luxurious comfort and relaxed entertainment.

 

“When living on the South Shore you experience life as if you are on vacation 12 months a year but without vacation traffic,” says Liz Bone of MacDonald & Wood Sotheby’s International Realty, who works primarily within cities like Duxbury, Marshfield and Pembrok. This staycation-style of living is ideal for the market, Bone says, as it has brought a more diverse demographic of buyers to the region. “I find that we are being discovered every day and when someone drives through our quaint communities, each community offers a different experience and appeal,” she notes.

 

In terms of pricing, Bone adds that though each community differs, generally homes below $500,000 are bought by first-time buyers, while properties sold at $900,000 are bought by people moving west from the city areas. “[They] find that you can purchase more for your money the further south you travel away from the bustle of Boston,” says Bone.

 

Outdoor amenities and resort-style living dominate Nantucket Island, a premier resort area of New England, which attracts a wide international market, according to Gary Winn of Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty. “Each area on Nantucket has its own distinct and different market and price points,” says Winn, who notes the market offers a variety of properties within a larger spectrum of price points. For example, a beautiful house with a guest cottage, pool and cabana in the highly sought-after Cliff area can be available for about $8 million, which is quite low compared to other top Nantucket properties priced at around $30 million.

 

Photos courtesy of Gary Winn

Churchill Properties

49 Union Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 01944 | 169 Bay Road, Hamilton, MA 01982
1.833.MOVING.9 | www.churchillprop.com
Churchill Properties is a full service residential real estate firm offering excellence in brokerage services to Boston’s North Shore communities through our offices located in Manchester-by-the-Sea and Hamilton, Mass.  We are members of the elite Leading Real Estate Companies of the World network including 4100 offices and 130,000 agents in 65 countries worldwide. Our unique marketing and sales program utilizes multiple media channels and promotional activities including:

Featured Listing by Churchill Properties

MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA, MASSACHUSETTS

Owl’s Nest

Owl’s Nest is a grand residence set on 4.7 acres, with commanding ocean views. Magnificently renovated, this residence has spacious rooms with high ceilings and spectacular original details including finely carved mantelpieces over each of the 6 fireplaces.

$3,700,000.

 

Churchill Properties originally appeared as an Elite company in the Unique Homes Spring ’18: Elite edition. See the page here.

With leasing and construction progressing swiftly at Greater Boston’s newest waterfront development, the property’s North Building is over 65 percent leased.

Hines, developer of Meriel Marina Bay, the newest and most dynamic luxury waterfront apartment community in Greater Boston, has announced the launch of leasing for the South Building portion of the development with immediate move-ins available. The South Building features the remaining 163 units of the project’s 352 luxury apartments. Leasing at Meriel Marina Bay is progressing at a steady rate, with the North Building over 65 percent leased.
Located on a scenic seaside peninsula just a few miles south of Boston, Meriel Marina Bay is a mixed-use development comprised of two, 5-story buildings. The development includes garage parking, approximately 20,000 square feet of premier ground-level retail space, a newly-completed extension to the Marina Bay Boardwalk, four elevated courtyards and over 10,000 square feet of diverse amenity offerings housed in both the North and South Buildings.
The South Building’s interior amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a club room with lounge seating and a catering kitchen, a private conference room, and indoor bike, paddleboard and kayak storage. All Meriel Marina Bay residents will have access to amenities in both the North and South Buildings including an extensive array of outdoor areas for residents to entertain and unwind, including three courtyards overlooking the marina that are equipped with a heated outdoor pool, outdoor kitchens, numerous barbecue grills, wet bars, fire pits and deck swings.
Meriel Marina Bay is pet-friendly community that offers residents a range of activities to enjoy with man’s best friend. Take advantage of Squantum Point Park, located directly adjacent to the property, serving as an added neighborhood amenity that welcomes pets and features a two-mile Riverwalk trail. Pets will also be pampered at Meriel Marina Bay with the fully equipped Bark ‘n’ Bubbles pet spa located within the South Building.
“Meriel Marina Bay’s North Building is seeing a fantastic response from renters attracted to the property’s extraordinary views and easy access to Downtown Boston, and we are confident that leasing will continue at a strong pace with the release of the South Building,” said Sean Sacks, director at Hines. “The launch of this next phase is a key milestone for the project and the continued evolution of the Marina Bay community.”
Featuring a wide variety of thoughtfully designed layouts including studios, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom homes, the apartments at Meriel Marina Bay offer breathtaking views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor.
Each home includes spacious open layouts with oversized windows and wide plank flooring throughout the main living areas. Bright kitchens feature stainless-steel appliances, center islands with breakfast bars, quartz countertops and European-style soft-close cabinets. Apartments also include large walk-in closets, soaking tubs, walk-in showers, and a full-size washer and dryer. Most apartments also feature oversized balconies or private patios.

Meriel Marina Bay is move-in ready and features a wide assortment of apartment homes ranging from around $2,100 to $4,600 per month.

Photos courtesy of Meriel Marina Bay

A fantastic escape from a long day at work, Bell Olmsted Park is located across the street from Olmsted Park, a gorgeous public park with a beautiful serene pond — definitely a favorite for locals.

Bell Olmsted Park is a LEED Silver luxury community, with 196 beautifully designed apartment homes in an ideal Boston location. The community is comprised of a 5-story building, two elevated courtyards, and both surface and garage parking facilities.
Featuring a mix of luxury apartment living, verdant green spaces and vibrant city streets, Bell Olmsted Park offers residents bright and spacious studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom homes. Amenities include a coffee lounge, pool and sun deck, state-of-the-art fitness center, resident lounge, private dining room, bike storage, full-service concierge and more. There is more than 23,000 square feet of space devoted to resident amenities.

Bell Olmsted Park is a leading residential community based in Jamaica Plain that offers best-in-class service and amenities to its residents, along with direct access to Boston’s Longwood Medical Area via the nearby MBTA Green line,” said Evan Pires, the regional manager for Bell Partners, Inc.
Adjacent to Metro Boston Transit Authority trains and buses, Bell Olmsted Park’s location provides distinct advantages to its residents. “The building is situated in a vibrant neighborhood, with nearby dining, retail and entertainment options only steps away, and Brookline Village shops just minutes away,” Pires said. “Residents can also take advantage of one of the most beautiful parks in New England, Olmsted Park.”

Prices range from $2,440 to $6,050.

Photos courtesy of Bell Olmsted Park

New York Designer, Glen Coben has completed the re-design of the Boston-based Ames Boston Hotel, spearheading the design of the hotel’s lobby, The Library and Cultivar restaurant.

The revitalized 15-story, 114-suite Ames Boston Hotel merges the past, present and future, offering a blend of modern style and old-world sophistication. Glen blended his designs with the many preserved, original features of the hotel, including the lobby’s tiled mosaic arched ceiling and a marble staircase that runs from the first floor to the roof.
The renovated lobby features sleek new check-in stations and a casual seating area accented by warmly-toned wood shelving and trim pieces. Adjacent to the revamped entryway is The Library, which boasts the same eye-catching, mid-century design scheme that begins in the lobby and serves as communal workspace.

The 114 guestrooms incorporate modern and timeless elements with a refreshed chic color palette that evokes a sense of calm and peace.
Glen’s design for Cultivar, an upscale restaurant, was inspired by Chef Mary Dumont’s vision of cuisine. Located on the ground floor of the hotel, Glen designed the 88-seat dining room to combine natural-rustic materials with an upscale, refined aesthetic, to reflect Dumont’s modern garden culinary approach.

Beginning with the hydroponic Freight Farms garden on the 55-seat outdoor patio, horticulture pervades the décor throughout with tree branch-inspired chandeliers and wooden butcher block tabletops.
The 12-seat bar features a long slab of live-edge wood and custom black steel sculpture by Ray Ciemny, entitled “Swarm of Bees.” Upstairs, Cultivar’s 90-seat private dining space can be divided into two distinct rooms, accommodating up to 140 standing guests.

Photos courtesy of Galdones Photography and VRX studios inc.

Whether it’s a beautiful cottage looking out upon the Atlantic Ocean from Martha’s Vineyard, a luxurious island mansion on the shores of Nantucket, or even an idyllic, historical home with bay views on Cape Cod, the shorelines of Massachusetts are appealing locations for buyers looking for a luxury, waterfront experience.

By Kristen Ordonez

Photo courtesy Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty

Gary Winn, Broker at Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty, knows all too well about the benefits of purchasing a waterfront home, specifically in Nantucket. “I can’t speak for all of Massachusetts, but buying waterfront property on Nantucket is a great opportunity and a great investment.”

Similar to other regions of New England, waterfront properties in Massachusetts aren’t limited by a small inventory, but instead face difficulties in finding room to expand. As Winn mentions, a stretch of land with water frontage is rare because “they’re not making any more” of them. However, this fact opens up the opportunity to either purchase an existing waterfront home with a long history, or start from the ground up by refurbishing or building a new construction. As featured below, many of the most expensive waterfront properties in Massachusetts are original mansions or homes that have been around for decades, as well as fully renovated estates that are new to the shore.

Nantucket and other shore towns in Massachusetts offer an array of opulent estates for the most discerning buyers, providing exclusive lifestyles that are not available elsewhere. “When you come to Nantucket, although you may not be travelling far, you really feel like you’ve gone someplace,” says Winn.

If you want to buy something for $10 million or more in Massachusetts, then here are your options:

$42,500,000
4 Middle Valley Road and 48 Shimmo Pond Road, Nantucket
Designed by renowned Jacobsen Architecture, the Harbor Hill Estate on the Shimmo waterfront features luxurious amenities, state-of-the-art systems and exceptional execution on an elevated harborfront, 4.5-acre parcel with private beach stairs.
Listed by Donna Barnett of Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty

$35,000,000
260 Polpis Road, Nantucket
With over 60 acres and unobstructed views over Polpis Harbor, this Swain’s Neck estate is situated on a peninsula and potentially the island’s most private family retreat.
Listed by Jonathan Radford of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

$32,750,000 to $28,500,000
72, 76 and 78 Pocomo Road, Nantucket
Unique waterfront compound with 300-degree dramatic views, privacy, direct access to a gorgeous sandy beach, boat moorings and multiple dwellings, including a main house, studio, 2-bedroom cottage, 6-car garage, pavilion and guesthouse.
Listed by Gary Winn, Bernadette Meyer, and Craig Hawkins of Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty

$24,500,000
22 & 24 Easton Street, Nantucket
Perfectly situated on the inner harbor waterfront in the heart of Brant Point, this spectacular property boasts 120-plus feet of waterfront and one of only three private deepwater docks on the island.
Listed by Edward Sanford of Great Point Properties

$19,995,000
13 Squam Road, Nantucket
This oceanfront, private compound was designed for the discriminating buyer to enjoy the island of Nantucket with a main house, thoughtfully designed outdoor living areas and a private boardwalk that leads to Squam Beach.
Listed by Chris Kling of J. Pepper Frazier Real Estate

$19,995,000
97 Tilippi Run Street, Cape Cod, Chatham
Boasting one of the most spectacular properties on the Cape Cod shoreline, this shingle-clad, 6-bedroom estate is poised on 1.9 acres and majestically resides over the Atlantic Ocean, Monomoy
Islands and Nantucket Sound with 10,974 square feet of living space.
Listed by Christopher Rhinesmith of Pine Acres Realty

$19,950,000
119 and 119R Eel Point Road, Nantucket
An outstanding property consisting of 2 homes, each sitting on nearly 2 acres; offered together, the main house, studio and cottage overlook 4 acres of oceanfront real estate on the north shore of Nantucket Island.
Listed by Gary Winn of Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty

$19,750,000
46 Easton Street, Nantucket
The most authentic, unrestored Old Nantucket homestead available on the island, “Auburn Cottage” is available for new owners for the first time in its history. This truly is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own an iconic island landmark.
Listed by Bill McGowan of Lamacchia Realty, Inc.

$19,525,000
40, 41 & 43 Ocean Avenue, Nantucket
Located just a short distance from the center of Main Street, “The Sheiling” is an elegant home with many custom details throughout and panoramic ocean views from almost every room.
Listed by Jeanne Hicks of Lee Real Estate

$19,500,000
7 Starbuck Neck Road, Edgartown
A rare offering in one of Edgartown’s most coveted neighborhoods, this exclusive, 1.2-acre estate has spectacular water views of Edgartown Harbor, Edgartown lighthouse and Nantucket Sound from three sides of the house.
Listed by Thomas Wallace of Wallace and Co. Sotheby’s International Realty

$19,250,000
79 Turkeyland Cove Road, Edgartown
Custom-designed by Bradenburger Taylor Lombardo Architects from San Francisco, and built by reputable island builder John Early, this unique and lavish home is in a league by itself.
Listed by Thomas Leclair of LandVest

$18,900,000
192 and 187 Mishaum Point Road, Dartmouth
At the tip of Mishaum Point, Robert A.M. Stern created a Shingle-style masterpiece that is perfectly sited to embrace the full scope of its 270-degree ocean views and features handcrafted details throughout.
Listed by Robert Kinlin of Robert Paul Properties

$17,500,000
The Oaks, 49 Margin Street, Cohasset
The Oaks, a private 9.41-acre peninsula with 1,800 feet of ocean frontage and a protected 112-foot deepwater dock, is a magnificent 20,000-square-foot Georgian Revival mansion that has been renovated to the highest standards.
Listed by Jonathan Radford of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

$16,995,000
45 Hulbert Avenue, Nantucket
The iconic Brant Point property is complemented by native Rosa Rugosa, a lush side and front lawn for entertaining and a 6-bedroom home, which boasts a balanced blend of yesteryear and today’s modern amenities.
Listed by Laura Fletcher of Great Point Properties

$16,950,000
50 Oyster Watcha Road, Edgartown
Ideally and prominently positioned on the southernmost peninsula of Oyster Pond, this idyllic compound offers over 1,200 feet of private waterfront on Oyster Pond and access to over 2,200 feet of Atlantic beach.
Listed by Peyton Wallace of Wallace and Co. Sotheby’s International Realty

$16,800,000
Kragsyde, 27 Smiths Point Road, Manchester
Finished in 2015, this modern stone and glass estate is a spectacular waterfront property that combines uncompromised ocean views with breathtaking modern architecture, contemporary convenience and unsurpassed luxury.
Listed by Darin Thompson of Stuart St. James, Inc.

$15,250,000
2 and 4 Morse Street, Edgartown
Multi-lot waterfront family compound consisting of two primary homes of equal quality and a separate studio/office, all with dramatic views of Edgartown Harbor, the Lighthouse, and Katama Bay.
Listed by Twanette Tharp of The Tharp Group

$14,500,000
96 Beach Road, Edgartown
This dramatic compound is set amidst 150 acres of conservation land. Completed in 2010, and offering almost 10,000 square feet of living space, this 5-bedroom, 7-bath custom home affords every amenity with exceptional finishes.
Listed by LandVest

$14,500,000
33 Proctor Street, Manchester
A rare opportunity to own a waterfront family compound consisting of 2± acres on Manchester Harbor. With 325± feet of water frontage, the property offers direct boating access to Manchester Bay and beyond.
Listed by Lanse Robb of LandVest

$13,995,000
8 Lavendar Lane, Nantucket
Stunning 280-degree panoramic and unobstructed water views can be enjoyed from this Eel Point location. The house and cottage sit on 5.5 acres and have direct beach paths to some of the island’s most ideal beaches.
Listed by Chris Kling of J. Pepper Frazier Real Estate

$13,900,000
421 Main Street, Osterville
Overlooking the beautiful waters of East Bay and Nantucket Sound sits this sophisticated yet intimate waterfront estate that has been completely upgraded from stem to stern with the highest-grade
materials and exceptional craftsmanship.
Listed by Robert Kinlin of Robert Paul Properties

$13,450,000
19 East Tristram Avenue, Nantucket
The quintessential Dionis waterfront property featuring an
attractive 4-bedroom, 4-bath home, high elevations allowing for expansive views of Nantucket Sound, and a wonderful bath and beach house.
Listed by Edward Sanford of Great Point Properties

$12,900,000
55 Eel Point Road, Nantucket
One of Nantucket’s most beautiful homes in one of Nantucket’s most valuable locations! Immaculate 5-bedroom, 5-bath residence on 2 acres with a rare backyard beach path.
Listed by Steve DiFrancesco of Hunter, Reed and Company

$12,500,000
27 Ocean Bluff Drive, New Seabury, Mashpee
This truly exquisite home has easy access to the flawless white sandy beach and is situated close to all the activities of Popponesset, New Seabury country club and golf club.
Listed by Paul Grover of Robert Paul Properties

$12,500,000
10-54 Sipson Island, Orleans
Sipson Island, a 25-acre landmark on the eastern coast of Cape Cod, is presented for sale in its entirety for the first time in generations and features several year-round dwellings and an extensive private beach.
Listed by Paul Grover of Robert Paul Properties

$12,250,000
17 Squam Road, Nantucket
With 180 degrees of spectacular ground-floor ocean views, few opportunities arise to find another rare 5-acre waterfront parcel like this one.
Listed by Susan Chambers and Juliet Hunter of Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty

$11,950,000
13 Kingsbury Lane, Orleans
This secluded 4.4-acre waterfront estate overlooking Pleasant Bay features a new 8,500-square-foot residence with magnificent views of a bay studded with islands.
Listed by Robert Kinlin of Robert Paul Properties

$11,250,000
260 North Bay Road, Osterville
Capturing the luxurious spirit of Oyster Harbors, a private gated community, this stunning Royal Barry Wills waterfront residence features elegant interiors with rich details, extraordinary views and 275 feet of water frontage.
Listed by Robert Kinlin of Robert Paul Properties

$11,000,000
4 Gosnold’s Way, Chillmark
A rare opportunity to own one of Chillmark’s premier waterfront
locations. Enjoy over 22.75 acres of scenic, natural landscape from this unique parcel.
Listed by Gerret Conover of LandVest

$10,995,000
520 Shore Road, Chatham
Sand Bars is the largest waterfront parcel on Shore Road and offers stunning, elevated views of Chatham Harbor and the Atlantic.
Listed by Christopher Rhinesmith of Pine Acres Realty

$10,800,000
“The Whale,” 849 Main Street, Vineyard Haven
Affectionately known as “The Whale” and owned by the same Vineyard family for more than 60 years, this West Chop waterfront home on 1.62 acres in Vineyard Haven is a true Martha’s Vineyard classic.
Listed by Carol Shore of Coldwell Banker Landmarks Real Estate

$10,750,000
46 Shimmo Pond Road, Nantucket
“High Shimmo” is ideally situated at the end of Shimmo Pond Road, creating a private oasis accented with private beach and sweeping views of the harbor, the channel, and out to Nantucket Sound.
Listed by Edward Sanford of Great Point Properties

$10,750,000 or $20,000 a week
53 South Water Street, Edgartown
Harborfront on South Water Street, this 4-bedroom home is impeccably landscaped right down to the water’s edge. A quaint boathouse for kayak and fishing pole storage, plus a deepwater dock complete this special village home.
Listed by Gerret Conover of LandVest

$10,750,000
32 Ocean View Avenue, Edgartown
Located on exclusive Ocean View Avenue, this custom contemporary home offers panoramic views of Edgartown Harbor and Chappaquiddick Island.
Listed by Thomas Leclair of LandVest

$10,650,000
205 Eel Point Road, Nantucket
This waterfront wonder represents an opportunity to own 2.9 acres on the well-protected Madaket Harbor in Dionis. Enjoy beautiful sunsets, over 130 feet of beach, and water sports right out your back door.
Listed by John McGarr and Kristen Gaughan of William Raveis

$10,500,000
“Cliff Cottage,” 22 Quitsa Lane, Chillmark
Originally built in 1850 and remodeled by the current owners, “Cliff Cottage” enjoys one of the most picturesque settings and water views on Martha’s Vineyard and reflects today’s lifestyle and amenities.
Listed by Thomas Wallace of Wallace and Co. Sotheby’s International Realty

$10,000,000
32 Boldwater Road, Edgartown
This amazing property offers open living areas, countless unique features and an abundance of glass windows and doors facing the water and the beautiful landscaped grounds.
Listed by Gerret Conover of LandVest

This story originally appeared in Unique Homes Summer 2017. 

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Leasing has launched for Meriel Marina Bay, the newest and most dynamic luxury residential building in Quincy, according to Hines, a global real estate investment firm. Located on a scenic seaside peninsula just a few miles south of Boston, Meriel Marina Bay delivers luxury waterfront living and diverse amenities, paired with the convenience of easy access to I-93 via car, a complimentary shuttle to the Red Line North Quincy MBTA station and a water ferry to downtown Boston.
Meriel Marina Bay is a mixed-use development comprised of two, five-story buildings featuring 352 luxury apartments with ample garage parking and approximately 20,000 square feet of premier ground-level retail space ideal for dining establishments and specialty boutiques. Featuring a wide variety of thoughtfully designed layouts including studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, the apartments at Meriel Marina Bay offer breathtaking views of the Boston skyline, Boston Harbor and the vibrant Marina Bay boardwalk. The Meriel Marina Bay development will nearly double the size of the existing public boardwalk and further enhance Quincy’s vibrant Marina Bay neighborhood that features condominiums, retail and restaurants, as well as a 686-slip marina.
“Meriel Marina Bay is extremely unique in that it offers residents the best of both worlds – a pristine oceanfront home with easy access to Boston in under 30 minutes,” said David Perry, senior managing director at Hines. “As the last major development planned for Marina Bay, we aimed to exceed market expectations in both the design of this property and the range of amenities. It is an extraordinary waterfront location deserving of a best-in-class residential community.”
Each apartment home includes spacious open layouts with oversized windows and wide plank flooring throughout the main living areas. Bright kitchens feature stainless steel appliances, center islands with breakfast bar, quartz countertops and European-style soft close cabinets. Apartments also include large walk-in closets, soaking tubs, walk-in showers and a full-size washer and dryer. Many apartments feature dual-sink vanities and a majority of the apartment homes have either oversized balconies or private patios.
Built with serenity and lifestyle in mind, Meriel Marina Bay offers a multitude of high-end amenities. Residents are able to exercise in one of two state-of-the-art fitness centers with separate cardio and yoga studios, bask in the sun on the stylish sundeck or relax in the heated swimming pool.

Featuring an extensive array of outdoor areas for residents to entertain and unwind, Meriel Marina Bay includes three courtyards overlooking the marina that include areas equipped with an outdoor kitchen, BBQ grills, wet bar and fire pits. Indoor amenities include two club rooms with a flat screen TV, catering kitchens and lounge seating, a cyber café with Wi-Fi, two conference rooms, a separate games and entertainment lounge, and storage areas for bikes and kayaks. Pets are also pampered at Meriel Marina Bay with the Bark ‘n’ Bubbles pet spa and grooming station.
“We are elated to be a part of this very extraordinary project. Meriel Marina Bay will offer a distinct way of life that can’t be found in the surrounding cities near downtown Boston,” said Allie Sullivan, regional portfolio manager at Bozzuto Management Company which manages the building. “Meriel Marina Bay will be a one-of-a-kind living experience offering a resort-like lifestyle with exclusive tranquil ocean front views, for those who demand a special place to call home.”
Boasting breathtaking views of the Boston skyline, Marina Bay, and Dorchester Bay, Meriel Marina Bay is move-in ready and features an assortment of apartment homes ranging from approximately $2,100 to $4,600/per month.
For more information about Meriel Marina Bay, visit their website or contact the on-site leasing team at 617-459-4040.

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