On the Market: A Subterranean Hideaway in the North End
This rarely available brick-and-beam condo is steps from the waterfront.
120 Fulton Street Unit DE, North End
Size: 1,035 square feet
Built in the 1850s, the North End’s historical McLauthlin Building is one of the oldest cast iron structures in New England. It was once home to the McLauthlin Elevator Company, but now the building now exists as condos—and this subterranean one could be your new hideaway.
The two-bedroom home for sale is rarely available. It sizes up to just over 1,000 square feet, and has ceiling-height windows that look up to street level. The open-concept living area offers an office alcove, and beyond it, an eat-in kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances. The brick-and-beam condo is steps from the waterfront, too, in case the mood strikes you to venture above ground for a bit.
For information, contact George Jedlin, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, elliman.com.
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