Radiant in Residential

Get a fanciful home outfitted with radiant floor heating

Tue, 03/19/2013 - 12:53

In Boston, like most of the Northeast, there is piles of the snow flowing down from the sky. It seems Mother Nature is having her way with the region once again and letting the white stuff coat the streets. For many locals, the love of the snow has decreased in the wake of constant winter storms and they are taking cover once again in their homes. 
For some on Beacon Hill, this means cozying up in a condominium. A luxury condo has recently been listed as for sale and it offers potential homebuyers the perfect solution to the chill of yet another winter storm - radiant floor heating. The Boston Patch reports that the property, located at 107 Chestnut Street, Unit 2, is 2,040 square feet in size and is being listed at $1,850,000. Conveniently just two blocks from Charles Street and near the Public Garden, Boston Common and Esplanada, this home is ideal for Bostonians.
The 2.5 bathroom condo features radiant floor heating throughout the space, according to the news source. In Boston, where the winter winds come whipping around the street corners, outfitting a home with an effective and efficient heating system is key. Radiant floor heating fills every corner of a home with gentle warmth that will promote comfort even in the coldest winters. 
According to the news source, the condo is also outfitted with a fireplace for ambiance and atmosphere, a kitchen with marble counter tops, custom countertops and top-of-the-line appliances. When the property was refinished, contractors and remodelers made sure to incorporate the use of traditional architectural details and the best in modern amenities.