By Coldwell Banker Global Luxury By Coldwell Banker Global Luxury | November 9, 2022 | Home & Real Estate Sponsored Post
As a trained attorney with a background in finance, downtown Boston-based Coldwell Banker Global Luxury real estate broker Neda Vander Stoep has a methodical approach to luxury real estate that gives her a leg up and creates a seamless experience for her clients.
“Having worked at a big accounting firm prior to real estate, I truly honed my client service skills and was able to use those skills to service my client base as I transitioned to real estate,” she says.
When it comes to luxury real estate, it’s all about creating and maintaining relationships. Vander Stoep knows this, and her loyalty to her clients is unwavering. Having strong values and stellar communication skills with her clients is what keeps them coming back.
“I pride myself on my commitment to ethics and my dedication to my client’s needs,” she says. “The vast majority of my business is from past clients and client referrals, which speaks for itself.”
With over a decade of serving the downtown Boston market under her belt, Vander Stoep knows what makes a Boston property special. From waterfront and skyline views to historic buildings and trendy flats, Boston real estate has a lot to offer, and Vander Stoep’s background and knowledge of the market make her a trustworthy authority for buyers and sellers looking to invest in the area.
This renovated Midtown loft has the perfect layout for entertaining.
Encompassing gorgeous views, splendor and history, three of Vander Stoep’s current listings incorporate the best features Boston real estate has to offer. This chic, 2-bed, 2.5-bath loft in Midtown, located in the iconic, historic Edison building, is the epitome of stylish luxury.
Just under 4,000-square-feet, the unit has a truly unique layout with oversized windows, polished concrete floors and multiple areas to entertain. “It is a must-see high-end custom renovation with almost 15-foot ceilings—you have to physically walk the space to truly appreciate it and take in its grandeur,” Vander Stoep says.
Along with the loft’s overall beauty and impeccable design, the timeless renovation includes a mirrored built-in bar, a lofted lounge area and a Wenge wood dining platform. The one-of-a-kind features and expansive spaces in this residence make it an exceptional listing.
Vander Stoep’s current listing on Beacon Street has a gorgeous view of the Charles River Lagoon.
Accommodating the desire for views, this 2-bed, 2.5-bath unit on Beacon Street features large windows and a private balcony overlooking the Charles River Lagoon. The home’s sizable peninsula island with ample seating, separate bar area and bedroom-turned-dining room make it an ideal space for entertaining. Not to mention, the primary en-suite bathroom has heated floors—luxury at its finest.
The corner residence at The Marlborough offers city views from the living room and the common roof deck.
The third property is the sun-filled seventh floor corner residence of The Marlborough, located in Boston’s historic Back Bay. With oversized windows looking out on everything from Fenway to the Charles River, this 2-bed, 2-bath home offers both history and views. Along with the sophisticated interior of the unit, the building itself features updated amenities and common areas. “There’s a magnificent common roof deck with panoramic views of Back Bay and beyond,” Vander Stoep says.
Looking ahead, Vander Stoep is optimistic about the 2023 market. “The market was heavily favored for sellers over the past couple of years, but there seems to be more of a balance now,” she says. “Boston continues to have a robust and strong economy, and I am hopeful for a solid Spring 2023 market.”
The strength of Boston’s local job market and economy is actually one of the most influential reasons people want to invest in the city’s real estate market, according to Vander Stoep. “With the volatility of the equity markets, many buyers are realizing that real estate may be a better and safer investment than other alternatives,” she says.
To learn more, please visit www.NedaVanderStoep.com.