The South End Loft for Everyone Who Loves Boston Brick
You don’t have to walk far to learn one of Boston’s main building materials, as layers of red brick have defined the city’s streets for hundreds of years. Here, in a dreamy South End brownstone, brick is, for good reason, the standout feature.
The one-bedroom home on Dartmouth Place has brick walls and brick floors throughout—even in the bathroom. Brick spans to the cathedral ceilings in the living room and loft area, and it adds warmth in the kitchen and dining area.
In addition to brick, the space has other loft-like characteristics that make it special: high ceilings, large windows, and industrial steel accents. A dark wood staircase and railing lead to a loft with hardwood floors and built-in bookshelves. Other design details include open shelving in the kitchen, and a distinct light fixture above the dining room table.
The home is available for rent on Airbnb. It sleeps four and can be reserved for $149 per night.
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