111 Beach Street #5D

'Live "up top" in this exceptionally appointed
The interior structure of the loft creates a natural 'dining room' alcove adjacent to the open kitchen area.
Currently used as a 2nd living/lounge room, the bedroom suite features 2 deep-cut windows (118482, South_210_4_4-23.jpg, "Currently used as a baby crib, the 2nd bedroom/den can also serve as a private study and/or home office.
Access to the building is secure via a lobby entrance intercom system.

Residents enjoy the convenience of access with a personal FOB (key card) computerized system.
Common area hallways have been left open + exposed recalling this building's industrial past.
Adjacent to the kitchen area is a wall-mounted Iron-A-Way ironing center.
Adjoining the main living space is the entrance to the loft's possible 'formal' bedroom suite.
Adjacent to the entrance of the loft are the rest of the unit's amenities, i.e. (9629, East1st_881_503-27.jpg, "Adjacent to the entrance of the loft are the stairs leading to the upper level of the loft.
The high ceilings, exposed brick + beams and hardwood flooring lend industrial charm to the contemporary look + feel of the space.
A ramp provides easy disabled access to the main building entrance.
The office towers of Boston's Financial District provide a spectacular backdrop to the private roof deck views.
'Another option could be to open the bedroom suite and/or 2nd living/lounge room to the main space with the simple demolition of the partitioning wall.'
At approximately 200 SF±, the loft's private roof deck is an ideal outdoor retreat.
A private roof deck is a rare amenity with most of the lofts in the Leather District.
Residents also enjoy the benefits of an in-building fitness room and additional storage bins located in the basement.
Potential exists to expand the roof deck area by an additional 200 SF± and/or build a head house structure for additional living space.
A modern, galley-style kitchen is open to the main living space.

An extended (221782, Lincoln_116_6B_15-06.jpg, "A modern, galley-style kitchen with a custom-built center island is open to the main space.

The center island includes additional storage cabinets (49662, Lincoln_150_4B-14.jpg, "A modern, L-shaped kitchen is open to the main living space.
A weather secure, skylight/hatch provides easy access to the private roof deck from the unit below.
The lobby houses secure, off-street mailboxes for the entire building.
Alternatively, the formal bedroom suite and/or 2nd living/lounge room could serve as an ideal home office or private study.
The sleeping area and/or den also features a twin-door storage closet with space-organizing closet built-ins.
The bathroom design is complete with a black granite-topped vanity plus mirror and bright task lighting.
Sitting on-top of the building's rubber membrane roof, the deck represents only half of the total 'roof space' deeded to this loft.
The ironing center includes a fold-away ironing board, power for the iron + iron storage.
Granite counter-tops, tiled backsplash and custom-milled wood cabinetry creates a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
Unique to this kitchen is the externally-vented extractor hood above the gas-fired stove top of the Thermador oven/range.
Additional stainless steel appliances include a side-by-side microwave, refrigerator (10811, Court_Square_Press_211-38.jpg, "Additional storage and laundry facilities are housed within 2 closets by the entrance to the loft.
Next to the entrance of the sleeping area and/or den is a storage closet, currently used as a kitchen pantry.
The wooden treads of the open-riser stair system provide a sturdy surface for the descent back into the loft.
'Located between Chinatown and the Financial District
'Located on the top floor with in-unit access to a private roof deck
The lobby provides a dramatic first impression to the 111 Beach Street loft condominiums.
Additional building security is served by 6 security cameras linked to a central recording device.

Security cameras are viewable via the internet and recordings are held for 4 weeks.
'Also convenient to the Commuter Rail
4 deep-cut, southwest-facing windows fill the loft with abundant natural light.
The loft's den is currently used as the main sleeping area within the loft and, is large enough to accommodate a king-size bed with side tables.
The bathroom features tile flooring and a jacuzzi tub/shower unit with granite tile tub surround.
111 Beach Street is located on the corner of Beach Street and Utica Street, in the heart of Boston's Leather District.
A refurbished elevator provides direct access to each floor from the lobby below.
A professional chef series Thermador gas-fired oven/range forms the center-piece of the extended work bench.
A twin-door storage closet is located by the open-riser stair system in the formal bedroom suite and/or 2nd living/lounge room.
The entrance to the unit from the 5th floor common area hallway.
This unit is one of 45 in an elevator building with high owner occupancy.
The utility closet houses the hot water system, air handling unit for heat/AC (14751, Lincoln_Plaza_412-32.jpg, "The utility closet houses the loft's AC/Heat air handling system and a stack washer/dryer unit.
The entrance hallway to the loft provides access to the loft's other amenities, e.g. (56773, Court_Square_Press_110-23.jpg, "The entrance hallway to the loft provides access to the rest of the unit's amenities.
A custom-built, open-riser stair system provides direct access to a private roof deck from within the unit.

Date Sold: November 30th, 2009
  • Top Floor Unit, Leather District Loft
  • 1+BR/1BA floor plan
  • 1085 SF±

Condo Fees: $320/mo. includes heat/AC, water + sewer, C.A.M., security, exercise room, master insurance and professional management.

R.E. Taxes: $4,862.16/FYR2010 without residential exemption.

  • On Street or Monthly Rental
  • Pet Friendly Building
  • Private Roof Deck