$639,000

List Price

346 Congress St Boston #512, MA 02210

0 bed | 1 bath | 708sqft | $3,801 est. monthly cost

$7,988

Your Est. Savings

Home Information and Amenities

2 Rooms

0 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

0 Parking

Light-filled and inviting studio residence in the Seaport's desirable FP3 building! With stunning contemporary finishes, large windows, and high ceilings, this home caters to a luxurious lifestyle in one of Boston’s hottest neighborhoods. This FP3 loft boasts a state-of-the-art kitchen with stainless steel appliances and sleek Arclinea cabinetry. In addition to the magnificent in-unit amenities, FP3’s lobby offers space for social gatherings and also showcases the work of local artists on a rotating basis. What’s more, three of Boston’s finest eateries, Sportello, Menton, and Drink are located within the building. FP3 is conveniently located minutes to all major highway access, the Financial District and everything the Seaport District has to offer such as SoulCycle, the ICA, and ICON Movie Theater. Now is the chance to make this spectacular Seaport property your home!

  • Property type

Condominium/Co-Op

  • # of Bedrooms

0

  • # of Bathrooms

1

  • # Number of Units

92

  • Year Built

1899

  • Size

708

  • Lot Size

0

  • HOA

$491

  • Basement

N

  • Heating

Forced Air

  • Total Parking

0

  • Roof Material

Unavailable

  • Flooring

Unavailable

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