Located on the 2nd floor with a southwest-facing exposure, this loft is one of 26 residential units in a modest sized elevator building.
Converted in 1997 and then updated in 2014, the relative rawness of this space offers the prefect urban loft experience.
Large windows, painted brick and painted beams are part of the historic charm of this 100+ year old building.
Included in the rent is the heat. Heating is via a steam radiator. Cooling comes from a fixed window A/C unit.
The original Southern Pine wood floors are over 100 years old and have been polished and preserved.
The open kitchen is complete with honed granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets for storage.
The openness of the space allows an open dining area completed with overhead lighting and adjacent to the kitchen.
Adjacent to the lofts main living area is the lofts sleeping area. For privacy, a sliding barn door has been installed, adding character to the space.
11½ foot-high ceilings and the open floor plan exaggerate this loft's sense of space + light.
The bedroom is large enough for a queen size bed with side tables. Additional storage is available above the bedrooms walk in closet.
Part of the renovation to the loft is a walk in closet, complete with shelving and drawers.
Updated bathroom with new tiles and flooring. Vanity, task lighting and mirror complete the renovation and updates.
Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation and lead to the building's elevator.
The Leather District is located between Chinatown, South Station and the Financial District.
Exterior view of the 107 South Street loft condominiums, in the heart of Boston's historic Leather District.