For Sale/Rent

On the Market: A Rarely Available North End Loft

It's inside the oldest cast iron building in New England.

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

120 Fulton Unit 4E, North End
Price: $829,000
Size: 890 square feet
Bedrooms: 1
Baths: 1.5

It’s not every day you get the chance to live inside the oldest cast iron building in New England. Built in the 1850s, the architecturally stunning McLauthlin Building was once home to the McLauthlin Elevator Company. More than a century later, the place was divided into condominiums—and now, unit 4E could be yours.

The brick-and-beam corner unit in the North End sizes up to 890 square feet, boasting soaring ceilings, huge windows, a wood-burning fireplace, exposed brick, and hardwood floors. Beyond the open-concept living and dining area, there’s a small lofted office space. There’s also a newly renovated kitchen, in-unit laundry, and central air conditioning. Best of all? The Harborwalk is steps from the building’s front entrance.

For information, contact Mark Savage, Engel & Volkers Boston, evusa.com.

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

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Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

Photo courtesy of Engel & Volkers Boston

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