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North End loft with 21-foot ceilings and a roof deck retails for $742,000

The bilevel spread also has a washer-dryer

An open living room-dining room with furniture, and it’s next to an open kitchen, and there’s a spiral staircase featuring prominently.
The condo is one of 12 in the Seamans House Condominiums.
Photos via Douglas Elliman

The 816-square-foot Unit 5-5 at 287-295 Hanover Street in Boston’s achingly historic North End is in a building with bones in the 1880s.

The one-bedroom condo also has 21-foot ceilings and a snazzy spiral staircase as well as stairs to a small private roof deck with expansive city views. There’s central air and a washer-dryer too.

As for the price—$742,000 through Douglas Elliman’s Danielle D’Ambrosio—that's kind of par for the course in Boston condos now. A report culling closed condo deals in December found the median price to have been $705,000. What’d you think?

Ceiling view from a very high ceiling over a squarish living room.
The HOA fee is $460.50.
A bedroom loft with a bed next to a railing, and there are stairs in the foreground leading upward.
There’s one bathroom too.
The view of a cityscape and skyline from a roof deck.
Somewhere out there is Boston Harbor too.