This unique tri-level space is part of the original building of the Sanctuary Lofts condo conversion project.
Originally constructed in 1870 and converted to lofts in 2000, this is one of 17 in a small elevator building.
The 1st level of this triplex loft easily accommodates multiple living areas that are perfect for dining, reading or entertaining.
Posts, beams and brick uniquely customize the space and makes for an ideal creative environment.
Tenant is responsible for all utilities except for water and sewer. Gas forced hot air as well as cooling are ducted through out the loft.
The open kitchen forms a natural focal point for entertaining at home.
The commercial grade gas cook-top features an externally vented extractor hood.
The additional appliances are also in stainless steel.
Adjacent to the kitchen is the first of the two full bathrooms. The layout was designed to feature plenty of storage options.
The bathroom also features tile flooring and a bathtub.
View of the stairs leadings up to the second level.
Adjoining the main living space is a separate step down area with 2 twin-door storage closets.
Large enough to accommodate a queen-size bed, the guest area can easily be screened-off to form a bedroom. The space can also be a tv watching area.
Open riser stairs lead from the 1st level to the upper level amenities of the loft.
Gas forced hot air heating and central air conditioning are ducted throughout the space.
The 2nd level mezzanine provides a separate living area from the main space below.
Many residents have set this up as a bedroom suite.
Storage solutions abound on the 2nd level mezzanine.
A full bathroom suite adjoins the 2nd level mezzanine space.
A full bathroom suite adjoins the 2nd level mezzanine space. The 2nd full bathroom features cherry vanity cabinets, twin washbasins and large dress mirror.
The bathroom also features tile flooring, a shower stall and a twin-door linen closet.
The bathroom suite jacuzzi is large enough to accommodate 2 people.
A 'ship's ladder' leads to the 3rd level mezzanine.
A view from arriving on the 3rd level mezzanine.
The 3rd level mezzanine easily accommodates additional living possibilities, like a study or a sitting area or storage.
The majesty of the ceiling supporting beams recall this loft's canonical past. All 3 levels of this extraordinary space feature hardwood flooring throughout.
This loft enjoys exclusive use of a private balcony and is perfect for outdoor entertaining.
The 2nd level mezzanine has direct access to a private balcony.
The balcony offers wonderful views of the Boston city skyline.
A large coat closet adjoins the unit's main utility room. The utility room houses a full-size stack washer/dryer as well as the units mechanicals.
Common area hallways are well lit and routinely maintained.
Each floor is accessed via a large capacity, high-speed elevator.
The building features an elevator and state-of-the-art safety alarm + sprinkler system.
The lobby has been tiled with slate for added durability. Sanctuary Lofts are professionally managed.
The building features secure, off-street mailboxes. Access to the building is secure via a lobby entrance intercom system.
The main entrance at 60 Tufts Street to the Sanctuary loft condominiums.
Exterior view from the corner vantage of Tufts Street and Cross Street.
There is additional deeded locked storage in the basement and the loft comes with one partially covered off street parking space. Trash is brought to the buildings dumpster.
Centrally located and within minutes to Union Square, Sullivan Square T, and mere blocks away from new Green Line Washington Street T station. Within close proximity to Assembly Square, shops, restaurants, and theater. Easy access to downtown Boston.
This Floor Plan shows the first level of the unit.
This floor plans shows the layout of the 2nd level mezzanine.
Floor Plan of second level and third level mezzanine in the unit.