On the Market: A Live-Work Loft for Artists Only
This South End studio boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and a huge common roof deck.
355 Northampton Street #201, South End
Size: 985 square feet
Artist’s lofts tend to fetch a pretty penny in Boston’s insane housing market, but this studio for sale isn’t exorbitantly priced for once. That’s because it’s a City of Boston-designated artist space. It’s only open to buyers who hold a current BPDA Artist Certificate. Buyer income is capped at $57,900 for one resident or $66,200 for two.
Even if you don’t fit the criteria to live here, the loft is still worth ogling. It’s a first-floor corner studio, offering concrete floors, soaring ceilings, exposed pipes, and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. An open-concept kitchen overlooks the living and dining areas, and behind them, a sleeping nook is enclosed by curtains. There’s a deep walk-in closet in the studio, too, plus central air conditioning, in-unit laundry, and access to a huge common roof deck.
For information, contact Melony Swasey, Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty, goodbostonliving.com.
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