Located on the 6th floor, this loft is one of 32 units in a medium-sized elevator building with high owner occupancy.
Central AC is ducted throughout the space and forced hot water heating, delivered via baseboards
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Super-polished, hardwood flooring has been laid throughout the loft.
A galley-style kitchen with center island is open to the main living space.
The center island design is complete with cabinets and drawers for additional storage.
The custom build-out of the loft allows the lounge room to be separated from the kitchen/dining area by sliding pocket doors, hidden within a 3/4 wall.
The lounge room adjoins the kitchen/dining area and enjoys a bright south-westerly exposure.
The view from the lounge room looks over the neighboring Leather District roof tops to the State Street building beyond.
Alternatively, the lounge room can be closed-off
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French doors separate the bedroom suite from the rest of the living space.
Since this loft was photographed, the wood floors within the bedroom suite only have been replaced with carpet.
Two, twin-door closets provide ample storage within the bedroom suite.
Leading off from the bedroom suite is a walk-through storage closet.
The walk-through storage closet is built-out with custom shelving + hangars.
The walk-through storage closet continues to the full bathroom.
The full bathroom features tile flooring and a tub/shower with tile tub surround.
The front entrance to the 6th floor loft condominium unit.
The minimalism of the common area hallways lends industrial chic to the look + feel of the building.
Each floor is accessed via a freight elevator-sized elevator.
The elevator is large enough to accommodate a baby grand piano. Please Note: All residents, whether owners and/or tenants must coordinate their move with the buildings management company.
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Located in the historic Leather District, situated in close proximity to South Station, the MBTA Red Line, FiDi, Fort Point and Seaport neighborhoods.