Wilkes Passage, a 159-unit full-service loft condominium at 1313 Washington St. in Boston’s South End, boasts a 2,029-square-foot, 3-bed, 2-bath unit as large and lofty in spirit as the building itself, offered at $1,595,000.
The roomy, tray-ceilinged foyer alone attests to the sense of independence and command of your castle to keep the unit gives you.
The living-dining room reaches far and wide along a sweep of window-wall views of the historic South End, up and over a sequence of tray ceilings and beams, and back to a raised sunny sitting area conducive to cocktails, conversations, and creativity in room arrangement.
The open kitchen boasts the longest and chicest island counter you’ve ever seen, with a raised stainless steel breakfast counter on the main granite one. Parallel to the bar is another granite counter lining up a full range of state-of-the-art appliances and custom frosted-glass cabinetry with under-cabinet lighting along one wall for culinary convenience.
At the left-hand end of the kitchen is an intimate breakfast area with a broad, deep view that stretches from the South End into the Back Bay, with the landmark John Hancock Tower towering in the distance.
The unit also boasts a master suite with views of the Boston skyline and Wilkes Passage’s common courtyard. The en suite marble bath features a twin-sink vanity and a multi-head steam shower.
Common building amenities
Common amenities include underground parking (two deeded spaces for this unit), an elevator, a common courtyard and roof deck, and a 24-hour concierge. Wilkes is pet-friendly and is located beside one of the South End’s only dog parks.
Situated in the South End’s hot, hip SoWa (South of Washington) district, Wilkes Passage is also a passage to a vibrant neighborhood. Across the street is a Boston Sports Club with a pool. Performances and art exhibits come alive at the Boston Center for the Arts, the Calderwood Pavilion, and Commonwealth Shakespeare Company. Fitness, dog-running and playtime are plentiful in Ringgold Park, Rotch Playground and Peters Park. Have a cup of coffee at Franklin Café or Francesca’s Espresso Bar. Dining options include South End Formaggio, Mela Modern Indian Cuisine and Addis Red Sea Ethiopian Restaurant. Continue your education at Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. Shopping is nearby at 7-Eleven on Berkeley Street, which directly links you to more shopping, dining and entertainment in the Back Bay.
For more information on this spectacular unit, or to arrange a private showing, contact Yoni Haiminis at (617) 304-1400 or firstname.lastname@example.org