The clean lines and modern finishes make this galley-style kitchen a definitive example of contemporary kitchen design.
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The kitchen workspace features tile flooring
Granite countertops atop custom-milled cabinetry creates a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
The stove-top / oven range includes the additional feature of a deep fryer.
An externally vented extractor hood completes the stove-top design.
The stove-top / range features an extra wide roasting oven.
The kitchen's all stainless steel appliances include brands such as Sub-Zero, Gaggenau and Bosch.
Adjacent to the kitchen work space is a an informal dining / breakfast deck.
The informal dining / breakfast deck can easily accommodate a table set for 4.
Stairs lead up to a 4th level of home entertainment space — the roof deck.
Auxiliary air-conditioning is provided by fixed AC units.
At nearly 500 SF± the roof deck is the ultimate urban outdoor retreat.
Unique to this deck is the 4 person hot tub, yet plenty of space remains for dining or just lying around sun-bathing.
The roof deck was constructed from scratch using pressure treated mahogany wood.
Its southern exposure ensures plenty of day-long sunshine.
The south-western view along Beach Street takes in some of the neighboring condominium buildings, the old Terradyne building and Chinatown beyond.
The western skyline is dominated by the Ritz-Carlton Millennium Towers and the new Archstone Boston residential apartment building.
The north-westerly aspect features the State Street building at 1 Lincoln Street, the borderline between the Leather and Financial Districts.
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4 skylights at the apex of the space cast brilliant, day-long natural light down 3 stories to the games room / entry level of the loft.
With a vertical elevation of over 30 feet the loft's interior design takes on an M.C. Escher - like spatial dynamic.
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The internal structural design of the loft allows natural light to cascade down from the apex," past the informal dining / breakfast deck and 'cigar mezzanine'
'The "cigar mezzanine" is unique within the loft because of it''s self-venting smoke exhaust and
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The final steps down to the entertainment / games room / entry level of the loft.
On entry to the loft one is struck by the 30 foot vertical rise and the alternative living spaces the unit can accommodate.
The entry to the loft is a parlor level space that enjoys the industrial charm of exposed brick + beams.
The media center is located within the entertainment, parlor level.
Original wood flooring," brick walls and wooden beamed ceilings make this home entertainment space a veritable 'man-cave'.'
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No luxury is spared with the inclusion of a full service wet bar.
Behind the wet bar is the loft's lower level amenities, i.e.
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'The 2nd bathroom features tile flooring
The walk-in shower stall is finished with mosaic tile stall surround.
The 2nd bathroom also includes the laundry with a side-by-side washer/dryer unit.
Stainless steel sink + faucet detail of the full service wet bar.
Special attention has been paid to the track lighting systems throughout the loft.
The unique character of this loft is testimony to the close collaboration between designer + architect.
The front entrance to the unit from the 4th floor common area hallway.
The loft enjoys exclusive use of a storage closet located on the 4th floor common area hallway.
The unit is accessed via an elevator that is serviced routinely.
The lobby of the 134 Beach Street loft condominiums has been finished with durable flagstone floor tiling and provides direct access to secure off-street mailboxes.
The front entrance to the 134 Beach Street lofts features a secure intercom system.
134 Beach Street is located between Atlantic Avenue + South Street, in the heart of the Leather District.
'Located between Chinatown and the Financial District