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Millennium Tower penthouse about 600 feet above Boston on sale for $14.95M

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Naturally, the 59th-floor three-bedroom makes a lot of use of its views

Sweeping views of downtown Boston from a living room window. Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

The 4,172-square-foot Penthouse 4A at Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing is roughly 600 feet above Boston, a perch very, very few other residences have ever reached in Boston. No surprise: Its 685-foot building was for a time the tallest residential U.S. tower north of New York City (it’s still up there).

The penthouse is on sale through Douglas Elliman’s Haley Cutter and Pamela Cutting for $14.95 million. It comes with three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, modern everything, two garage parking spaces, and ceilings reaching more than 14 feet in places—all the better to take in probably the biggest draw of all, the views.

Bonus: The penthouse was featured in the Denzel Washington movie The Equalizer 2 from 2018.

A long wet bar with a fridge.
A dining room with a table and a chandelier and a bank of windows behind it showing sweeping downtown views.
A large living room with lots of furniture and sweeping downtown views from large windows.
A modern kitchen with a massive island.
An office with a desk and a chair, and a bank of shelves as well as sweeping downtown views.
The end of a long bedroom, with a flat-screen TV, a couch, and shelves.
A modern bathroom with a soaking tub.
A snug bedroom with a bed taking up most of it.
Glittering downtown buildings from 600 feet up.