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Capacious Fort Point one-bedroom with plenty of natural light asks $950,000

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The unit is one of four dozen in a leather goods warehouse turned office building turned boutique condo

A living room with very high ceilings and very big windows, with furniture and exposed beams and ducts.
High ceilings and lots of light are not uncommon in Fort Point’s converted buildings.
Photos via Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Warren Residential

The leather goods warehouse turned office building at 319 A Street in Fort Point was reborn in 2016 as a 48-unit boutique condo. Given that provenance—especially the early bit dating from the early 20th century—it’s no surprise that that conversion produced capacious numbers such as Unit 511.

The cavernous one-bedroom, one-bathroom with seven large south-facing windows for gobs of natural light is on sale for $950,000 through Kiernan Middleman at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Warren Residential.

Along with plenty of brick and beam and that ceiling height, the condo also comes with access to a stylish roof deck. And Fort Point remains one of the most pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods in the Boston area.

An open kitchen with very high ceilings and two stools in front of a counter.
The kitchen is less than five years old.
The view over a couch into a room with floor-to-ceiling shelves.
The condo is 820 square feet, and adds to its space via clever shelving.
Another view of that capacious living room, with the couch facing the TV.
There’s room to break up the living room into different functions.
A small bedroom with a bed and three large windows.
The bedroom especially features the condos large, southern-facing windows.
A bathroom with a shower with a partial glass door.
The bathroom includes a soaking shower.
A long, somewhat narrow roof deck with views of skyscrapers in a city’s downtown area.
And then there’s that downtown-facing roof deck to share with the rest of the building.