‘Open-concept bathroom’? Boston condo has bathroom with no door or walls — and it’s for sale

Adelicia Caree

This newly renovated condominium in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston requires an open mindset about privacy. To get into the main bathroom on the first floor, you do not need to twist a doorknob or slide a door — because there is no door. Or walls. The bathroom is […]

This newly renovated condominium in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston requires an open mindset about privacy.

To get into the main bathroom on the first floor, you do not need to twist a doorknob or slide a door — because there is no door. Or walls. The bathroom is a free-flowing “open-concept bathroom,” which apparently has become a trend in bathrooms over the past couple years, according to Elle Decor.

“Open-concept bathroom” in Jamaica Plain condo (MassLive Real Estate Listing/Boston Trust Realty Group)

On one hand, you’ll never not know if the bathroom is occupied. On the other hand, people will be able to see you when you’re in the bathroom. If you’re cool with that, there’s plenty to love about this fresh on the market JP condo, but it comes with a steep price tag of $899,000.

"Open-concept bathroom" in Jamaica Plain condo

“Open-concept bathroom” in Jamaica Plain condo (MassLive Real Estate Listing/Boston Trust Realty Group)

The condo boasts 2,001 square feet, most of which is filled with new hardwoods. There are also new stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and plenty of sun-filled windows. The bi-level condo is located along the orange line corridor and a walk to Forest Hills is under two minutes, according to the Boston Trust Realty Group listing.

Plenty of folks have weighed in on the open-bathroom concept on social media.

The only thing the condo is missing is a buyer with an open mind, listing agent Robert Nichols tells Boston Magazine.

“It could work if folks, you know, don’t mind having it open like that and just can live freely and enjoy it to its full potential,” he told the magazine.

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