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The private terrace off Unit 1010 at 234 Causeway St. in the North End is 1,200 square feet. National Floor Plans and Photography

Just in time for spring, a four-bedroom condominium in Boston’s North End with a 1,200-square-foot terrace has hit the market.

Listed at $4,850,000, Unit 1010 at 234 Causeway St. is on the 10th floor of the Strada 234 building and offers 2,899 square feet of living space, including three full baths and one half bath.

“People are coming back into the city and vaccines are rolling out,” said Tina Bacci, a broker with RESIS Global Advisory Group and the listing agent on the property. “We’re feeling a lot more action with city properties, especially in the higher end.”

And properties with outdoor space are drawing buyers amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “I think outdoor space has become very important to people that live in urban environments,” Bacci said.

The terrace off this unit is lined with raised planting beds and towers over the buildings across the street, offering a view that spans from Logan International Aiport to Boston Harbor to Back Bay, according to the listing.

Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows span the dining area and the living room, which has a separate viewing space. The condo features reclaimed wood and textured finishes, as well as built-ins and high-end lighting and window treatments. The kitchen beckons conversation with the chef, offering a curved island with bar seating,  as well as three refrigerators, three ovens, and a 100-plus-bottle wine cellar.

The primary bedroom suite comes with the same floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as access to the terrace. A spacious Interlübke dressing room offers plenty of storage space, while the adjoining bathroom has a steam shower and hot tub.

“It has a lot of features that you’ll find in a single-family home in the suburbs,” said Bacci, citing the laundry room with the double washer and dryer setup and the pantry. “This is the kind of thing you’d see in a 6-, 7-, 8,000-square-foot home in Weston or Wellesley.”

The unit comes with three valet parking spaces and two storage units. The building also has 24-hour concierge service and a fitness center.

The lower portion of the building dates to 1906, but three units were combined to create this home in 2003. The building rose to fame as the Sunshine Biscuit Co.’s Boston factory, then known for snacks like Cheez-Its, Hydrox, and Vienna Fingers. In the latter half of the 20th century, the building was a Stop & Shop bakery and then a storage facility for the supermarket chain.

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