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South End duplex with its own roof deck asks $1.5 million

The luxury spread in a 120-year-old building includes plenty of exposed beams and natural light

An open living room with furniture and a fireplace, and exposed beams on the vaulted ceiling.
The building dates from 1900.
Photos via Compass

The 1,264-square-foot Unit 3 at 53 Rutland Street in Boston’s busy, busy South End includes vaulted ceiling in the open living room-dining room-kitchen area as well as plenty of exposed beams (if that’s your sort of thing). There’s also a ton of natural light.

But the crowning feature of the duplex penthouse retailing now for $1.5 million is just that: a private roof deck with views of downtown Boston. The condo also comes with deeded parking, central air, and in-unit laundry.

As for that tag through Compass’ Adam Geragosian, it’s on the pricier side for the South End, at least according to the latest available stats. A report that tracked closed deals at the end of 2019 showed a median condo sales price in the neighborhood of $975,000. Stay tuned for start-of-2020 figures.

Another shot of that living room, with a run of windows visible now.
The condo has four rooms total.
A kitchen with two counters and a closed door at the end of them.
There’s raised breakfast bar too.
A bedroom with a bed and two windows.
The condo’s asking price is $1,186.71 a square foot.
A bathroom with a vanity that ends with the toilet, and next to the toilet is the shower.
There are two and a half bathrooms.
A roof deck with furniture, and there are skyscrapers in the distance.
That roof deck.