Robb Cohen Team | Engel & Völkers | Boston
EV


Boston
$649,000

MLS Number: 71658502   
Type: Condo | Villa | Townhome
Neighborhood: Leather District
Location: 111 Beach St
Boston , MA
Beds: 2  |  F. Baths: 1
Style: Mid-Rise, Loft
Approx. SQFT: 1095 sq. ft. ($592.69/sq. ft.)
Acreage: 0.03 (1095 sq. ft.)

Sensational New York Style, Brick & Beam Industrial-Modern Luxury Architectural Loft is well located in the trendy & chic Leather District. This oversized 1095sqft, 1bd, 1bth PLUS huge sep den, study, office, nursery or 2nd bdrm offers a flex flr plan featuring a custom-made glass garage door for functional divisioning of the living area. Housed within two late 19th Century brick post & beam structures originally built to serve commercial purposes for the Textile Industry this home showcases 12' ceilings, wide plank maple flooring, tall windows & exposed beams & brick. A stylish S/S, granite kitch w brkfst bar & cherrywood cabintry is open to the living area. Large Mbr w high ceilings & oversized windows has full width closet, Lux granite bath is spa-like w Restoration Hardware touches & a Jacuzzi style tub. Low condo fee of $367 incl 2 elevators, fitness rm access, c a/c, w/d & lrg priv strg locker! Close to Seaport, Financial District, Transp. Rntl garage prkng is avail in the area

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Appliances
Range,  Dishwasher,  Disposal,  Compactor,  Microwave,  Refrigerator,  Freezer,  Washer,  Dryer

Amenities
Public Transportation,  Shopping,  Park,  Walk/Jog Trails,  Medical Facility,  Bike Path,  Highway Access,  House of Worship,  Marina,  Private School,  Public School,  T-Station,  University

Directions
Atlantic or South St to the most desirable Beach St-In Boston's True Loft Area,The Leather District

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»»Lat: 42.3584
»»Long: -71.0597
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