Downtown Boston living at its finest in this 'cute-as-a-button' pied-à-terre studio at the Beach Street Lofts
The building was built in 1899 and was then converted to condos in 2005.
Natural daylight comes through three large windows that face east.
In addition to the partial heat/AC, cooking gas is included in the monthly condo fee.
This beautiful space is ideally located in Boston's historic Leather District Neighborhood with excellent proximity to Downtown, Chinatown, FiDi, Fort Point and Seaport neighborhoods.
Please Note: Photos are from a previous photo shoot.
The space easily accommodates multiple living areas for dining, listening to music or simply relaxing and watching television.
The sleeping alcove can readily accommodate a queen-size bed with side tables.
You could place a free-standing shelving system to separate the sleeping alcove from the main living space.
A modern galley kitchen, complete with a full complement of stainless steel appliances.
Granite counter-tops and custom-milled wood cabinetry creates a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
Adjoining the main living space is the loft's full bathroom.
The bathroom features granite tile flooring and a tub/shower unit with granite tile tub surround.
The bathroom design is complete with a black granite-topped vanity and mirror.
Adjoining the main living space are the rest of the unit''s amenities.
The utility closet houses the loft's hot water system, additional storage space and a Bosch Axxis series condensation stack washer/dryer unit.
The entrance to the unit from the 5th floor common area hallway.
Common area hallways have been left open + exposed recalling this building's industrial past.
A refurbished elevator provides direct access to each floor from the lobby below.
The lobby houses secure, off-street mailboxes for the entire building.
Residents also enjoy the benefits of an in-building fitness room and additional storage bins located in the basement.
The lobby provides a dramatic first impression to the 111 Beach Street loft condominiums.
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.
Additional building security is served by 6 security cameras linked to a central recording device.
A ramp provides easy disabled access to the main building entrance.
This unit is one of 45 in an elevator building with high owner occupancy.
111 Beach Street is located on the corner of Beach Street and Utica Street, in the heart of Boston's Leather District.
Located between Chinatown and the Financial District, and close to South Station, Fort Point and Seaport neighborhoods.
Also convenient to the Commuter Rail and the Bus Terminal.