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Loft in converted Chelsea schoolhouse on sale for $425,000

Soaring ceilings come with the one-bedroom spread as does the original hardwood floor from 1900

A living room-dining room-kitchen area beneath a dramatically soaring ceiling. Photos courtesy of Boston Harbor Real Estate and Anfuso Imaging

Unit 306 at 220 Spencer Avenue in Chelsea is the product of the conversion of a Tudor-style building from a Catholic school into condos.

As such, the condo is a capacious affair, with exposed beams helping prop up a high ceiling that peaks over the living room-dining room-kitchen area. The 1,147-square-foot spread in the elevator building includes one bathroom and one bedroom, and there’s central AC too.

Jeffrey Bowen of Boston Harbor Real Estate has the listing in the property now known as Keen Lofts. There’s one caveat: It’s only open to “certified artists” for its first 30 days on the market (which end in under two weeks now). After that, it’s anybody’s game. The asking is $425,000—which would be a steal a few miles southwestward in Boston.

The same area from a different angle, showing the peak of the ceiling.
A kitchen with a ceiling that slopes diagonally.
An open dining room with a table and chairs, and the ceiling slopes over it.
A bedroom with a bed next to a narrow entryway leading to the room’s closed door.