This former grain warehouse, located on a side street three blocks from the heart of Porter Square, embraces loft living with a twist. The focal point of the newly converted town house-style condominium is a multiseason center courtyard with a radiant-heated stone floor, a stacked-stone fireplace, and wooden trellis.
Listing agent Robin Repucci said, “It feels like you’ve been whisked away to Santa Fe or Tuscany, not Cambridge.’’
The courtyard is accessed by contemporary bi-fold doors off the dining area, offering easy indoor/outdoor living. The open floor plan is light and airy, though the living room channels a cozy, tucked away vibe.
The spacious contemporary kitchen features sleek white cabinetry, high-end appliances, and an island. A contemporary floating staircase, which runs up the middle of the home, is constructed from custom ironwork and accented with treads made from beams reclaimed from the building’s original architecture.
The second floor has three bedrooms and sliding barn-style doors, and the top-floor room offers a deck and en-suite bath. The lower level works as a den, media room, or playroom.
A heated two-car garage and electric car hookups make this an even more unique opportunity.
Robin Repucci, Compass, 1073 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 617-388-3312, robinrepucci.com