116 Lincoln Street #4A

The common area hallway leads residents to the building's passenger elevator.
Lobby entrance features an intercom system and an elevator for easy disabled access.
Central AC is ducted throughout the loft with heating via forced hot water baseboards, fired by oil.
Other original features include the ornate pressed tin ceiling and painted steel columns, recalling this loft's industrial past.
Currently separated from the main living space with an open shelving system, the sleeping alcove could be readily converted into a private bedroom with the construction of a simple wall and French doors for access.
The bathroom also features a laundry closet with a newly installed stack washer/dryer unit.
Detail of the wall mirror, recessed task lighting and double washbasin sinks set into the ornate granite counter top.
Standing at the full bathroom suite entrance with the sleeping den/home office to the left and the open galley-style kitchen to the right.
Additional cabinetry, an electric oven/range and over-the-range microwave are integrated into the other half of the kitchen design.
The construction of a walk-in entrance storage closet has created additional wall space for a small home office area adjacent to the sleeping alcove... see floor plan schematic below.
'Located next to Chinatown in the historic Leather District
The bathroom also features the convenience of a separate shower stall with a glass swing-door and marble tile stall surround.
The full bathroom is super bright via multiple recessed lights, and features marble tile flooring and a deep soaking Jacuzzi tub.
Polished granite countertops and the all-white cabinetry creates a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
Enjoy 100% pure loft living in this classic studio loft located downtown in Boston's historic Leather District
The alcove area is large enough to accommodate a wall of closets and a king-size bed with side tables.
The entrance to the loft from the 4th floor common area hallway.
A modern galley-style kitchen with a bright, twin track lighting system (99944, Atlantic_717_7A-11.jpg, "A modern galley-style kitchen with an extended work bench is open to the main living space.
'Currently used as a baby crib
A wall of six newly installed over-sized Pella windows floods the space with bright natural light.
Located on the 4th floor, this unit is one of 15 in a modest sized elevator building with high owner-occupancy.
The addition of a storage cabinet with built-in Murphy bed or, simply a pull-out sofa bed (5124, Lincoln_108_2B-09.jpg, "The additional, purpose-built storage (18416, Chestnut_Hill_165_11-31.jpg, "The additional closets along the hallway house the unit's amenities, i.e. (5357, Sleeper_15_203-08.jpg, "The additional counter space serves as the ideal breakfast bar.
Located between the galley kitchen and the alternative sleeping den or, home office (153428, Lincoln_108_5B_11-20.jpg, "Located between the kitchen and adjoining dining area is the loft's in-unit laundry closet and half-bathroom.
Elevator is serviced routinely, ensuring quick and reliable operation.
One half of the kitchen features a wall of all-white cabinets, granite counters (11297, South_210_8_3-27.jpg, "One Lincoln provides a stunning backdrop to the north-westerly views from the upper floor units.
The interior layout of the loft forms a separate alcove area adjacent to the main living space, ideal for a bedroom nook.
'The building is professionally managed and features life safety systems
'Looking across the galley-style kitchen towards the newly constructed walk-in entrance storage closet.'
Twin, two-door storage closets are incorporated into the alternative sleeping den design.
The walk-in entrance storage closet provides ample floor-to-ceiling storage solutions... a superior addition to the amenities within the loft.
The original hardwood floors are over 100 years-old and have been polished and preserved throughout the loft.
The city skyline view from the six southwest-facing windows is dominated by the Ritz-Carlton millennium towers and the new Archstone Boston residential building.
The building features secure, off-street mailboxes.
The original L-shaped ¾ partitioning wall, as shown in photos above (10313, Lincoln_116_6A-10.jpg, "The original maple hardwood flooring is over 100 years old and has been polished and preserved.
Converted 12 years ago and subsequently renovated, this loft is an ideal canvas for open plan living.
Other improvements to the bathroom include the wall mirror with bright recessed task lighting, a custom vanity with double washbasin sinks and ornate granite counter.

Date Sold: May 13th, 2008
  • 4th Floor Unit, Leather District Loft
  • 1+BR/1BA floor plan
  • 1078 SF±

Condo Fees: $488.13/mo. includes heat, water + sewer, C.A.M., master insurance and professional management.

R.E. Taxes: $3,575.64/FYR2013 with residential exemption.

  • On-Street or Monthly Rental
  • Pet Friendly Building
  • Steps to Local Parks + Shops