On the Market: 150 Lincoln Street, 4C

A factory-style loft is listed in the leather district.

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150 Lincoln Street, 4C
Price: $729,000
Size: 1,365 square feet
Bedrooms: 0
Baths: 1

In Boston’s Leather District, near South Street, between the Financial District and Chinatown, and named for housing Boston’s leather industry in the late 19th century, a light-filled corner loft with an open layout is for sale.

The Lincoln Street property has all the markings of traditional, factory-style buildings. It boasts 12-foot high beamed ceilings, brick walls and hardwood floors, large industrial windows, and exposed pipes. In the kitchen area, dark, contrasting cabinetry and stainless steel appliances frame two corner walls, with room to add a dining table or island. A thick fabric curtain partitions the bedroom from the spacious living area. An interior window divides the kitchen from the hallway, and the bath features a large shower.

The property, built in 1900, is in a mid-rise building that includes a common roof deck.

For information visit maxwell-associates.com or contact Onnelly T. Parslow,617 482-1239.

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