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Charlestown bowfront penthouse a Boston Brahmin bonanza

Is Beacon Hill beyond your budget?
Would the Back Bay break your bank account?
Would the South End soak your savings?
Is a bowfront penthouse in a historic neighborhood still your dreamboat?
Don’t give up the ship just yet.
Just check out the 880-square-foot, 2-bedroom Unit 3 at 88 Russell St. in Charlestown, where a mere $379,000 will treat you to many of the luxuries found in all of the above: oversized windows, gleaming hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, a woodburning fireplace, an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a private deck with breathtaking city …

Bright loft penthouse in Brighton brick rowhouse

Cypress Road in Brighton, a.k.a. Market Court, may recall Beacon Hill’s Louisburg Square or the South End’s Victorian residential squares in its English mews stateliness, but this old-school image belies the new-age studio loft feel of 4 Cypress Road’s penthouse Unit 405, now offered at a price well below either of those high-end communities: $215,000.
Furthermore, with the unit’s low 3% down-payment (approximately $1,165/month at a 5.4% 30-year fixed interest rate), it’s an affordable alternative to renting as well as living on the Hill or at the End.

The 623-square-foot, 1-bed unit …

A ship-shape unit at Lewis Wharf

Lewis Wharf at 28 Atlantic Ave. was built in 1840 by a company of shipping merchant traders on the site of Paul Revere‘s silversmith shop and John Hancock‘s warehouses. It was from here that these merchants launched their great clipper ships to bring back tea, spices, furs and other exotica from all over the world. In 1972-73, Carl Koch & Associates renovated this handsome Quincy granite warehouse into 95 residential condominiums.
Among these is Unit 316, offered at $659,000. This 825-square-foot, 1-bed unit exposes the old building’s brick walls and Georgia …

Lofty luxury in Fort Point Channel condo

The oversized windows, high ceilings and large floor areas of this 1911 factory warehouse at 33 Sleeper St. in South Boston now bring lofty light and space into the 89 residential units the building now houses. The 848-square-foot, 1-bed Unit 402, offered at $440,000, is no exception.

Two of the oversized windows fill the living-dining room with bright sun and great water views. Original exposed ceiling beams add a Colonial Boston touch.

The fully updated kitchen takes you away from the industrial rough of the old factory and into the designer refinement …

Custom condo at Fort Point Place

Fort Point Place, a pair of condo-converted 19th-century brick factory-warehouses in South Boston’s Fort Point Channel/Seaport District, has a 1,690-square-foot, 2-bed, 1-bath loft-like corner unit with all the space and exposure you need to custom-design your living space according to your loftiest dreams.

Offered at $675,000, Unit 503 at 21 Wormwood St. has a hardwood-floored open plan and exposed brick walls and wood posts and beams for limitless living, finishing and furnishing possibilities. The six-window corner exposure sheds plenty of light on your home planning, as well as …

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