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Boston's 13 Most Gobsmacking Roof Decks for Sale

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As Curbed Boston's first-ever Outdoors Week 2014 romps along, it's time to check out Boston's best-est roof decks up for trade right this second. These run the gamut from townhouse toppers, such as those at the Benjamin Mansion and 77 Revere Street, to condo appendages at the likes of Union Wharf and the Heritage on the Garden. Some of these prime puppies are going fast, though, as is the custom in the city's mad-cap housing market, with deals already under agreement or pending. Still, get a free gander while you can.

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23 West Cedar Street

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The 5,341-square-foot townhouse has been on the market for three months at $5,350,000.

77 Revere Street

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This 2,842-square-foot townhouse has been on the market for barely two months asking $2,699,000. It includes a deck with a wet bar and entertainment system.

88 Beacon Street, #3

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The 3,857-square-foot condo dropped in early January for $6,950,000

Benjamin Mansion

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The 8,450-square-foot townhouse has been on the market forever (currently at $13,950,000) with that heated lap pool on the roof.

Burrage Mansion, #4

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The 5,865-square-foot penthouse at the Burrage includes a terrace that itself includes a hot tub. Asking: $10,700,000.

Heritage on the Garden, #803/809

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The terrace off this 3,689-square-foot combined unit is smackdab in the center of the building. The whole shebang is asking $9,500,000.

360 Newbury Street, #806

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This 3,027-square-foot condo hit the sales market barely two weeks ago, and includes the only private outdoor space in the building.

69 North Margin Street, #PH

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This 1,000-square-foot duplex dropped earlier this month for $1,050,000.

Union Wharf, #TH18/19

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This 4,573-square-foot, combined-unit spread has not one, not two, but four water-front-facing decks. It wants $6,200,000.

Wilkes Passage, #401

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The 2,173-square-foot spread asking $2,900,000 includes a 900-square-foot, landscaped deck.

22 Joy Street

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On the market since October, this 3,096-square-foot, four-story townhouse is asking $2,499,900. It includes a deck off the second floor.

50 Battery Street, #306

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The 1,400-square-foot condo asking $1,995,000 includes two decks. It looks to be under agreement. Sorry.

193 Beacon Street, #1

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The deck for this 2,062-square-foot condo is on top of the building's garage. The whole shebang has been asking $1,879,000 since early April.

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23 West Cedar Street

The 5,341-square-foot townhouse has been on the market for three months at $5,350,000.

77 Revere Street

This 2,842-square-foot townhouse has been on the market for barely two months asking $2,699,000. It includes a deck with a wet bar and entertainment system.

88 Beacon Street, #3

The 3,857-square-foot condo dropped in early January for $6,950,000

Benjamin Mansion

The 8,450-square-foot townhouse has been on the market forever (currently at $13,950,000) with that heated lap pool on the roof.

Burrage Mansion, #4

The 5,865-square-foot penthouse at the Burrage includes a terrace that itself includes a hot tub. Asking: $10,700,000.

Heritage on the Garden, #803/809

The terrace off this 3,689-square-foot combined unit is smackdab in the center of the building. The whole shebang is asking $9,500,000.

360 Newbury Street, #806

This 3,027-square-foot condo hit the sales market barely two weeks ago, and includes the only private outdoor space in the building.

69 North Margin Street, #PH

This 1,000-square-foot duplex dropped earlier this month for $1,050,000.

Union Wharf, #TH18/19

This 4,573-square-foot, combined-unit spread has not one, not two, but four water-front-facing decks. It wants $6,200,000.

Wilkes Passage, #401

The 2,173-square-foot spread asking $2,900,000 includes a 900-square-foot, landscaped deck.

22 Joy Street

On the market since October, this 3,096-square-foot, four-story townhouse is asking $2,499,900. It includes a deck off the second floor.

50 Battery Street, #306

The 1,400-square-foot condo asking $1,995,000 includes two decks. It looks to be under agreement. Sorry.

193 Beacon Street, #1

The deck for this 2,062-square-foot condo is on top of the building's garage. The whole shebang has been asking $1,879,000 since early April.