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Fort Point studio with walk-in closet and a Murphy bed on sale for $625,000

The capacious place highlights just the sorts of homes available in the slender Boston enclave

A long, narrow, and bright studio with furniture and ending with a large set of shelves.
Here’s the long view of much of the studio with the Murphy bed at the end.
Photos via Conway Cityside

Fort Point is one of the best Boston neighborhoods for nabbing a loft. Unit 207 at 319 A Street highlights that reality, one born of an industrial past full of capacious buildings originally used as warehouses and factories.

The condo—for sale now through Conway Cityside’s Tia Zaferakis for $625,000—runs to only 565 square feet, but it makes the most of that space via high ceilings, large windows, a walk-in California closet, and a Murphy bed that frees up that much more room in the loft.

The 45-unit conversion of 319 A Street wrapped as recently as 2016, too, so spreads such as Unit 207 still retain a new feel. And, as for that price, it’s actually at the southern end of the Boston condo spectrum. The latest Greater Boston Association of Realtors figures put the city’s median condo sales price at $700,000.

A longer view of the same studio with the narrow kitchen and its counter visible.
And here’s the even longer view of the slender setup—kitchen included.
A large bathroom with a stacked washer-dryer next to the toilet.
The lone bathroom is spacious enough to comfortably fit a washer-dryer.
The end of the studio, with an exercise bike set up next to a stack of shelves.
This is the studio’s de facto bedroom.
A bed as opened from those shelves, and it’s next to the exercise bike.
And here’s its Murphy bed down.
A close-up of the mid-point of the long studio, with the bed down and a sectional couch next to it.
The condo’s HOA fee is $580.27.
A small walk-in closet with shelving.
The California closet’s a walk-in.