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153 Milk St #3B Boston, MA 02109 (Downtown Boston) See your commute times

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 full Bathrooms
  • 20 Days on Trulia
  • Multi-Family Home
  • 1,050 sqft
  • Built in 2012

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2 bed, 2.0 bath, 1050 sqft, $3,700
153 Milk Street lofts have been the mainstay of loft-living in the Financial District since the building's conversion in 2012. Gracious floor plans take advantage of the high ceilings and oversize windows. One and two bedroom apartments offer luxury and style in this historic building and excellent location. Boutique finishes include high-end appliances, laundry in-unit and master suites. Apartment 3B is a split-bedroom 2 bed 2 bath with corner placement. A central living room and eat-in-kitchen provides for an excellent shared living space or use the corner bedroom as a living room for... a show stopping 1 bedroom residence. The location affords amazing access to the city - just minutes from the North End, Seaport and Downtown. The Milk Street Lofts are the perfect FiDi residences to call home.
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Information last updated on 07/12/2016 12:00 AM
    • Price: $3,700
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • 2 full Bathrooms
    • Multi-Family
    • Refrigerator
    • Dishwasher
    • Garbage Disposal
    • Microwave
    • Washer
    • Dryer
    • Status: For Rent
    • Heating: Forced Air
    • Built in 2012
    • Neighborhood: Downtown Boston
    • MLS/Source ID: 72010428
    • Zip: 02109
    • 1,050 sqft
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