'Downtown living comes into its own in this modern urban loft.'
Converted in 2002 and recently renovated, this loft is the perfect canvas for open plan living.
The interior design of the loft forms a natural bedroom alcove within the main living space.
The bedroom alcove features a built-in, twin-door storage closet.
'Adjacent to the bedroom alcove is a full bathroom ensuite.'
Bathroom features tile flooring and a tub/shower unit with subway-style tile tub surround, pedestal sink and mirrored vanity cabinets.
Adjacent to the entrance of the bathroom is the unit's laundry facilities, featuring a stack washer/dryer unit.
The original concrete flooring has been polished and sealed throughout the loft.
Gas forced hot air heating and central air conditioning are ducted throughout the loft.
'A modern galley kitchen also serves as the loft''s entrance hallway.'
A private den adjoins the kitchen area, adjacent to the entrance of the loft.
Alternatively, the den could serve as a bedroom or a private study/home office.
The entrance to the loft from the 4th floor common area hallway.
Adjoining the 4th floor common area hallway is a storage annex deeded to this unit.
2 new elevators provide residents with direct access to the lobby.
The entrance lobby of the 453 Washington Street loft condominiums.
Significantly, the building conversion retained the original marble entry and mosaic tile throughout the common areas.
The building lobby features secure, off-street mailboxes.
The pristine marble staircase is a dramatic first impression to the residences at the 453 Washington Street lofts.
The main entrance to the 453 Washington Street lofts.
Access to the building is secure via a lobby entrance intercom system.
Exterior view of the 453 Washington Street loft condominiums - in the heart of Boston's Downtown Crossing.
Monthly rental parking is available at the Ritz-Carlton Millennium Towers, just a short walk down Washington Street.