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881 East 1st Street #306 -
Boston MA 02127
3rd Floor Unit, South Boston Loft
Date Rented: August 12, 2017
Square Footage: 1375 SF±
2BR/1BA floor plan
Contact us about this listing
Onnelly: 617.512.1591
or Kathleen: 617.386.9110
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This loft is an ideal canvas for open plan living.

Please Note:

Landlord requires tenant to have renters insurance policy for time of occupancy.

* Fee(s) include: Broker Fee (equivalent to 1 month's rent), Move In/Out Fee (if applicable) and, a $33.90 Credit/Criminal Report charge (per application copy of photo I.D. required).

** Additional fees may apply if your employer uses a 3rd party verification service for employment and salary.
Located on the 3rd floor, this unit is one of 32 in a modest-sized, elevator building with high owner-occupancy.
9 large, high-efficiency, double hung, industrial-style windows give the loft a super-bright exposure with northern and western views.
The loft easily accommodates multiple living areas for dining, reading, listening to music, watching TV or simply relaxing.
9 foot-high ceilings and the open floor plan add to this loft's sense of space + light.

The heavy timber columns with their original cast iron lintels have been restored, recalling this loft's industrial past.
Original rock maple + oak flooring has been polished and preserved throughout the loft.

Gas forced hot air heating and central air conditioning are ducted throughout the loft.
A unique addition to the loft is a 35,000 btu gas fireplace, operable via remote.

Built-in maple cabinets, a 9 foot-long granite mantel and sconce lighting complete the fireplace design.
The open, galley-style kitchen is a natural focal point for entertaining at home.

The kitchen features plenty of maple cabinets and a full suite of stainless steel appliances, including: double door refrigerator with ice maker, compactor, dishwasher + disposal.
The open, galley-style kitchen is a natural focal point for entertaining at home.
3 Halophane lights provide bright task lighting within the kitchen.
A stainless steel gas stove forms the centerpiece of the work bench that separates the kitchen from the main space.
Adjoining storage closets house the loft's utilities, i.e., hot water system, heating/AC unit and laundry facilities.

The stack washer/dryer is a Maytag high efficiency unit.
The main bedroom features double glass French doors, a walk-in closet and a ceiling fan.
The bathroom features tile flooring, tub/shower unit, vanity and dress mirror.

An alcove has now been enclosed with a door, creating a real 2nd bedroom and/or home office/study.
As a 2nd bedroom, the space can readily accommodate a queen-size bed with side tables. The room also features a large double door storage closet.
View from inside the Master Bedroom looking out into the main living space towards the kitchen.
Additional storage can be found with the units large coat closet, found right at the entrance of the unit.
Square Footage: 1375 SF±
2BR/1BA floor plan
Exterior view of the 881 East 1st street loft condominiums.

Commuting solutions:

To downtown, the financial district, Amtrak train connections, the interstate bus terminal, ferries, the waterfront -- Take the #7 MBTA bus at the corner and you're at South Station (Red T Line) in minutes.

To Newbury Street, visiting Copley Square, or the South End -- Take the # 9 MBTA bus and leave your car behind.

881 East 1st street is also convenient to I-93, the Mass Pike and Boston Logan Airport.
Exterior: 881 East 1st Street #306
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Location: 881 East 1st Street #306
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Contact us about this listing
Onnelly: 617.512.1591
or Kathleen: 617.386.9110
email icon Send listing to a friend
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