The main living area on the middle level in Unit 23 has a lovely flow-through layout featuring hardwood floors, contoured walls and ceilings, specialty lighting, plus lots of windows with inspiring views.

Waterfront living can’t get any sweeter than a copious harbor-side unit at Constellation Wharf in Charlestown. With more than 2,650 square feet of living space spread over three floors, two private decks and two deeded parking spaces, this elegant home is easy to fall in love with. It is listed for $1,729,000 through Karen Colombosian of Douglas Elliman Real Estate and Myles Couyoumjian of the Colombo Group.

The main living area on the middle level in Unit 23 has a lovely flow-through layout featuring hardwood floors, contoured walls and ceilings, specialty lighting, plus lots of windows with inspiring views.

A bright and airy U-shaped gourmet kitchen, remodeled in January, showcases a stainless Bosch range (cooktop/oven), dishwasher, oven and beverage cooler, Samsung French door refrigerator, lots of white cabinets, including a pantry with roll out drawers and lustrous quartz countertops with a decorative backsplash. Eye-catching wavy lighting hangs above the peninsula with seating for two or three people. A breakfast nook overlooks the serene views of passing ships in the harbor.

A pretty chandelier sits over the table in the adjacent dining room with space for a buffet or china closet.

The step down living room features a wood burning fireplace to warm you on a cold winter’s eve, track lighting to highlight your art work and a wall of windows with a sliding glass door to provide lots of natural light as well as exquisite views of the marina, harbor and city skyline. The sliding glass door opens to a nicely sized private deck for sea-side entertaining.

A half bathroom, adorned with a marble vanity and marble floor, sits nearby.

The upper level is dedicated to the sleeping chambers.

The master bedroom is fashioned with a wall of closets large enough to discreetly store a television set behind the sliding doors when not in use, if desired, and still have room for clothing and accessories. Twinkling city lights dancing in the night in the adjacent wall of windows adds to the ambiance

A hallway leading to the master bathroom includes a long marble-topped vanity and a custom closet with four sliding doors, outfitted with double-tiered dowels, roll out shelves for shoes, plus a separate closet with a high bar for hanging longer clothes.

The luxurious bathroom also has a marble vanity with lots of cabinets and a linen closet.

The oversized walk-in shower is nicely tiled and has a fixed shower head along with a hand-held shower wand.

The hallway between the master suite and the second bedroom is brightened by a skylight and adorned with yet another linen closet.

The second bedroom has a built-in desk/dresser unit and large double closets. The private bath includes a marble-topped vanity. The tub/shower combo has a partial glass door.

On the lower level, lovely French doors open to a family room that also has a fireplace with a white mantle surround and a wall of glass with sliding doors opening to another private deck with more impressive views of the harbor.

The third bedroom is nicely sized and has a picture window with picture-perfect views. This room is currently being used as an office.

As with the other bathrooms, the lavatory on this level has also been recently remodeled and has a marble-topped vanity and a tub/shower combination. There is also an area for a full size washer and dryer.

A stunning stained glass side-light window beside the wooden door creates a dazzling display in the nicely-sized tile-floored foyer.

A lighted crawl space under the stairs is outfitted with carpet and insulation to keep everything clean and dry - a perfect location for storing luggage, sports equipment, holiday decorations and/or other paraphernalia.

There’s a lot of curb appeal at Constellation Wharf. In addition to the ever-changing harbor views, there are colorful plants and shade trees lining the property. There is also a thin ledge against the dwelling for the home owner to place colorful plants and ornaments and a wooden front door on the entryway for seasonal decorations to welcome you and your guests home. Furthermore, there is space to grow seasonal produce and fragrant flowers on the upper and lower decks, if desired.

Constellation Wharf is a (pet) friendly, active, gated community and has a guard on duty around the clock. Although parking is always at a premium in Boston, parking at Constellation Wharf is standard. This home comes with two dedicated parking spaces for the residents with additional parking spots for the guests.

For those who prefer to use public transportation, a nearby water shuttle goes to Long Wharf and the Financial District as well as the airport. There is also a free bus that transports you to hospitals at the Navy Yard and other participating facilities around the city. The MBTA provides bus service to North Station and beyond as well.

Beautified with parks, enriched by harbors and seasoned with history, Charlestown is a quiet oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the City, yet close enough to enjoy the cultural and social opportunities that Boston has to offer.

“You can sleep with your windows open at night and hear seagulls, not fire engines,” Colombosian said. “It’s like a private residence in a secure neighborhood. For someone interested in waterfront living, it’s a very good value.”

For more information and a private showing, contact Karen Colombosian of the Colombo Group at 617-519-6453 or or Myles Couyoumjian of the Colombo Group at 978-604-7055 or

An open house is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 29.