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Fort Point loft that tossed ‘nonessential’ walls asks $1.2 million

The condo with 18-foot ceilings is an excellent example of the sort of housing found in the historic Boston enclave

A living room with big windows and furniture, and the ceiling is very high.
The condo is part of a 2004 conversion.
Photos via Coldwell Banker

Lofts are indeed easier to find in some areas of Boston than in others. Fort Point is one of those neighborhoods.

Case in point: Unit 206 at 25 Channel Center Street. The 1,398-square-foot condo features 18-foot ceilings and a wide-open floor plan. The Coldwell Banker listing, in fact, says that “nonessential internal walls have been removed to allow an organic flow.”

The spread has one bedroom and two bathrooms; and the $1.199 million tag includes a garage parking spot. What’d you think?

An open living room-kitchen area facing the kitchen counter, which has stools in front of it; and there is a metal staircase to the side.
The HOA fee is $679.
A kitchen with two counters and a narrow passageway between them.
The kitchen has a particularly ample supply of cabinetry.
An open dining room with a table and chairs, and there are very large windows.
The condo is near the Fort Point Channel and much of downtown Boston.
A long bathroom with nothing across the shower.
The condo has two full bathrooms.
A bedroom with a bed, and a short railing next to it.
The lone bedroom is open too.