100% true loft living — perfect for the loft enthusiast! Converted to lofts in 1997 and updated in 2015, this is one of the Leather Districts larger loft spaces.
Located on the 2nd floor with a two-sided exposure, this unit is one of 26 in a modest sized elevator building. Red brick party-wall features the original steel fire doors, recalling this loft's industrial past.
Modern, clean lines can be found in the kitchen design and throughout the space. 100+ year old southern pines floors through out the loft as well as bricks and bead board ceilings.
The kitchen is the central point to the loft. Also featured in the loft space are two bedrooms and two full baths.
Red brick party-wall features the original steel fire doors, recalling this loft's industrial past.
Unique extra large bay windows flood the space with natural light, offering urban views. Heating is provided by forced hot water through a stack of steam pipes that skirt the window bay banquets.
The loft also features central air conditioning.
The first of the two full bathrooms features a large soaking tub, vanity and storage.
With over 2100 SF± of usable space, the loft readily accommodates multiple living areas for in home office space or for an additional sleeping area.
The second of the two full baths features a shower, vanity and toilet.
Exterior view of the 107 South Street loft condominiums, in the heart of Boston's historic Leather District.
Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation and lead to the building's elevator.
The steel door entrance to the unit from the 2nd floor common area hallway. Adjacent to the entrance is a 46 SF± private storage closet, deeded to this loft.