Five Apartments for Rent with Soaring Ceilings
Apartment hunting in Boston is overwhelming for a whole slew of reasons—heavy competition, pricing, and spiraling out of control on Craigslist are just a few of them. So, for your convenience, we’re highlighting a few Zumper listings with one unique characteristic. This time it’s high ceilings: an apartment attribute that’ll appeal to lovers of exposed beams, and maybe some tall folks, too.
Below, peruse five apartments for rent in Boston with soaring ceilings.
1. 441 Shawmut Avenue #4, the South End
Rent: $2,700 per month
This adorable loft-style penthouse in the South End has a breakfast bar, an open floor plan, and in-unit laundry. There are sliding panels in the loft and 13-foot high ceilings to boot.
2. 12 Stoneholm Street, the Fenway
Rent: $3,200 per month
A short walk to Boylston Street, this two-bedroom in the Fenway boasts large front-facing windows and hardwood floors. It leans on the luxurious side, but offers plenty of exposed beams and a spiral staircase.
3. Lincoln Street, Financial District
Rent: $8,280 per month
This ultra-luxe condo is situated right near South Station. The master bedroom fits a king-sized bed. The place boasts oversized windows, especially tall ceilings, and exposed wooden beams, making for a true loft-like atmosphere.
4. 156 Porter Street, East Boston
Rent: $2,600 per month
Not only is this apartment a short walk from Airport Station, but it has wall-to-wall windows and a long deck that stretches the entire length of the unit. The open loft has a sleeping alcove and views of a nearby park.
5. 63 Melcher Street, Fort Point
Rent: $3,600 per month
This modern, industrial loft in Fort Point boasts exposed duct work, exposed beams, and plenty of brick. There’s also access to a roof deck and in-unit laundry.