On the Market: A Concrete and Chic Condo in the Leather District
A spa-like bathroom and original industrial touches grace this massive one-bed.
Size: 1,318 square feet
Just across the Channel from Fort Point and a pleasant stroll to the lantern-lit streets of Bay Village or the buzz of Downtown Crossing, the historic Leather District neighborhood is slightly tucked away yet in the middle of it all. Situated on one of these perfectly placed blocks, this pristine mid-rise is the ideal venue to regale a dozen of your favorite friends, or lounge around lazily. The expansive one-bed’s open-concept interior is interrupted by a single flared column, matched by original concrete ceilings dating back to 1900. A wall of whitewashed brick continues the industrial motif, and is punctuated by three extra-wide windows with dazzling skyline vistas.
In the exposed kitchen, a granite-topped island can serve as a broad prep space or a casual dining table with barstool seating. A French-doored Sub-Zero fridge, stainless dishwasher, and trash compactor also grace this ergonomic eat-in. An open alcove shower and soaking tub offer bathing options, and melt into the bathroom’s granite floors and counters. Maybe we’ll stay in this weekend.
For information contact Roxane Mellor, William Raveis Real Estate, raveis.com.
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