Technology mogul Michael Dell, known for founding the successful computer company Dell Technologies, has put his stunning Boston condo on the market, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.
Location and Features
Situated atop the renowned Four Seasons Private Residences One Dalton Street, this exceptional property occupies a generous 7,557 square feet on two levels. Located on the 61st floor of the city’s highest residential tower, it offers breathtaking panoramic views of Boston’s skyline near the Prudential Center.
Priced to Impress
Although the asking price for this esteemed residence is high at $34 million, it is not the most expensive in the building. Another penthouse holds that title, listed at a whopping $38 million, making it the priciest property in all of Massachusetts.
Dell’s condo showcases luxurious elements and unparalleled attention to detail. The living area, enclosed by floor-to-ceiling glass windows, allows residents to bask in panoramic city views. The dining area also offers stunning vistas of the sparkling water, providing an awe-inspiring dining experience.
The primary suite grants exclusive access to a private balcony. Other noteworthy features include 11-foot ceilings, exquisite wood flooring, intricately designed lighting fixtures, and customized handiwork.
A significant highlight is the expansive 570-square-foot grand terrace that boasts a double-height ceiling and a cozy outdoor fireplace. Additionally, there is a private balcony spanning 50 square feet, providing residents with an outdoor retreat to soak in the ambiance of the city.
Purchasing this magnificent penthouse comes with access to all the exceptional amenities provided by the renowned Four Seasons. These include world-class services and facilities, all conveniently covered by the monthly homeowners association fee of $27,240.
The Impressive Portfolio
It’s worth mentioning that Dell already owns another luxurious penthouse at Boston’s Millennium Tower, which he purchased for $11 million. His astute business acumen allowed him to create a fortune, founding his private computer company in 1984, and taking it public just five years ago.