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real estate news perfect parcels FROM SEASIDE TO MOUNTAINTOP, THESE ARE PROPERTIES YOU'LL WANT TO VISIT. by jessica laniewski N ew England is heating up this summer, and so is the real estate market. Whether you are looking for an urban retreat, a place to get your feet sandy, or acres of woodland, the options are endless. Mr. Mistral R eal estate developer Paul Roiff knows a sure bet when he sees one. The co-owner of Columbus Hospitality Group—which counts the restaurants Mistral, Mooo, and Sorellina among its holdings—renovated his home in the 7,000-square-foot penthouse in the Albert A. Pope Building at 221 Columbus Avenue and listed it for sale. A residential roof deck or expansive patio is rare in Boston, but Roiff's apartment boasts 3,500 square feet of ter- raced gardens with spectacular downtown views plus a five-zone irrigation and snow- melt system, so the space can safely be used through all four seasons. The 3,500-square-foot interior lets you bring the party inside with six rooms and three bedrooms on two floors. The master bed- room features a spacious walk-in closet, and the marble master bath is kitted out with a whirlpool tub and four-jet shower. Residents can head downstairs for dinner at Mistral or cook at home in the kitchen, which is finished with Brazilian black granite, mahogany cabinets, a Gaggenau double wall oven, and Bosch stovetop. The sleek décor is by interior designer Celeste Cooper of Boston-based Repertoire. Unit 800 is offered by Amy Jacobs of Otis & Ahearn Real Estate for $7,200,000. 617-645-6902; It Takes a Village Na suites ntucket's White Elephant expands with The Inn at the White Elephant Village, opening for guests in late July. With 20 units—14 and six deluxe guest rooms—on South Beach Street, the new inn along with the existing White Elephant Residences will make up the new White Elephant Village. As part of the expansion, the village will have its own lobby with reception, concierge, a fireplace, gift shop, and business center. Nantucket Island Resorts, which owns the White Elephant, selected local interior designer Kathleen Hay to bring a warm, inviting feel to the 126 The pool at the White Elephant Residences Dexter's Inn in Provincetown inn's rooms. Oversize windows bring the outside in and draw attention to the neu- tral palette and wainscoting. Rooms feature HD flat-screen televisions and Pratesi linens. Guests will have access to the Village's heated pool and cabanas, fit- ness center, and complimentary bicycles. 19 South Beach St., Nantucket, 508-228-1500; Smart Stay T Mountain Lodge's new South Wing are available for purchase. Units in Stowe 221 Columbus Avenue ravel to the tip of the Cape and stay at the renovated Dexter's Inn, the first boutique hotel in Provincetown. Owned by designer Kevin O'Shea (formerly on the corporate design team for Morgans Hotel Group) and his partner, David Bowd (COO for André Balazs Properties Hotels), the inn will complete renovations in spring 2013. But this summer guests can enjoy nine brand-new rooms with curated installa- tions of artwork assembled by O'Shea, hardwood floors, and C.O. Bigelow bath- room products. O'Shea also renovated the sundeck and gardens, so you can take in views of the Pilgrim Monument Interior designer Kathleen Hay in the sunshine. 6 Conwell St., Provincetown, RI, 508-487-1911; Stowe Away T he new South Wing at Stowe Mountain Lodge is now open for full ownership, including studio and two-bedrooms units. (Fractional ownership also is available in the penthouse levels, where residences range in size from 2,000 to 3,500 square feet with two, three, or four bedrooms, starting at $219,000.) Spruce Peak Realty is offering packages to would-be owners to experience Stowe Mountain Club before buying. The Front Four Package includes two rounds of golf at the 18-hole, par-72 course and a $200 credit at 21,000-square-foot the spa South Wing Packages for $999. The feature a studio with either two rounds of golf or a $200 spa credit for $499, or a two-bedroom unit with either two rounds of golf or a $200 spa credit for $799. 7320 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT, 877-977-7823; BC photography by jeffrey allen (white elephant); robert hare (221 columbus); rick lew (stowe)

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