Located on the 6th floor, this is one of 10 loft condominiums in a medium sized elevator building.
The heavy timber columns with their original cast iron lintels have been restored, recalling this loft's industrial past.
Architecturally designed and renovated in 2013, the chefs kitchen features a 12' honed quartz island that seats 6.
Custom cabinetry, stainless steel counters and Thermador appliances including a beverage refrigerator.
The kitchen is open to the large living/dining area.
The open concept of the living/dining area allows for a large dining table, perfect for entertaining.
The brick details and timber beamed ceiling, recalls the lofts industrial past.
Stairs to the master suite and private roof deck feature custom designed stainless steel rails.
Designed to allow additional light into the kitchen, architects left the ceiling open with beam details.
In addition to the Master Suite, the second level also features a den with access to the private roof deck.
Master Suite features west light and a two sided gas fire place.
The Master Suite over looks the roof deck.
Master Bathroom features a double vanity.
Also featured in the Master Bath is a large walk in shower.
Located on the main living area is a second bedroom with an en-suite full bathroom.
Second bathroom has been updated with modern fixtures.
Exclusive to the loft is a 485 SF roof deck.
The roof deck features an irrigation system, an outdoor kitchen with a built-in gas grill, a sink and a refrigerator.
The roof deck has been landscaped with a sea grass around the decks perimeter.
View from the deck back in to the den featuring glass sliding doors.
A view of 108 Lincoln Street, located in Boston's Historic Leather District.
The Leather District is adjacent to South Station, The Financial District, Chinatown and Downtown.