453 Washington Street #5C

Converted in 2002 and subsequently renovated, this space is an ideal inner city retreat.
The main entrance to the 453 Washington Street loft condominiums.

Access to the building is secure via a lobby entrance intercom system.
The 1st-of-2 bedroom suites adjoins the main living space from the formal dining room.
The building lobby features secure, off-street mailboxes.
Alternatively, the 2nd-of-2 bedrooms can serve as an ideal home office or private study.
The bright south-easterly exposure bathes the space with natural light.
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.
The pristine marble staircase is a dramatic first impression to the residences at the 453 Washington Street lofts.
The entrance hallway is brightly lit with custom task lighting and deep-cut, southwest-facing windows delivering natural light.
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The bathroom design is complete with a pedestal sink, floating glass shelf and vanity mirror and medicine cabinet.
Super polished concrete flooring gives this downtown residence an urban edge.
Deep-cut, southwest-facing windows fill the formal dining area with natural light.
Contemporary urban living is fully realized in this downtown Boston, Dexter Ditson loft-style condo.
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'The 2nd-of-2 bedrooms can easily accommodate a queen-size bed and additional sitting areas.'
'Located on the 5th floor
'In addition to being pre-wired for cable + satellite TV
2 elevators provide residents with direct access to the building's lobby.
The deep-soaking jacuzzi tub is complemented by a hand-held shower head.
Significantly, the building conversion retained the original marble entry and mosaic tile throughout the common areas.
The entrance lobby of the 453 Washington Street loft condominiums -- The Dexter Ditson building.
The twin-door storage closet features wardrobe built-ins and houses the unit's heating + AC air handler.
Featured within the loft's entrance hallway is a modern, recently renovated galley-style kitchen.
'The 2nd-of-2 bedroom suites adjoins the kitchen area
Whether it's cocktail hour or breakfast the next morning, the formal dining area is a perfect entertainment space.
The walk-in storage closet is finished with numerous space-organizing built-ins and doubles as the loft's food pantry.
Gas forced hot air heating and central air conditioning are ducted throughout the loft.
The full bathroom features ceramic tile flooring and a tub/shower unit with tile tub surround.
Opposite the 1st-of-2 bedrooms is the entrance to the unit's full bathroom.
Adjacent to the bathroom entrance is an in-unit laundry closet, which houses a stack washer/dryer.
The 2nd-of-2 bedrooms also features a built-in walk-in storage closet.
Among the upgrades to the kitchen are black granite counters, new upper + lower cabinets with under-cabinet lighting.
The 1st-of-2 bedrooms can readily accommodate a king-size bed with side tables and additional furniture pieces.
Original warehouse details include flared concrete columns, recalling this building's industrial past.
The entrance to the loft from the 5th floor common area hallway.

Date Sold: November 23rd, 2010
  • 5th Floor Unit, Downtown Crossing Loft
  • 2BR/1BA floor plan
  • 1055 SF±

Condo Fees: $348/mo. includes C.A.M., heat, hot water, central AC, insurance and professional management.

R.E. Taxes: $3,337.21/FYR2010 with residential exemption.

  • Monthly Rentals Available
  • Pet Friendly Building
  • Steps to Boston Common