There is nothing ordinary about this creative, classy, contemporary 2,103-square-foot loft duplex located in the Channel Center, a flourishing area within the Seaport/Fort Point District and within easy reach of all that South Boston has to offer.

If you’re looking for a home that fits into the category of “something entirely different,” then Unit 403 at 25 Channel Center St. is well worth your consideration.

There is nothing ordinary about this creative, classy, contemporary 2,103-square-foot loft duplex located in the Channel Center, a flourishing area within the Seaport/Fort Point District and within easy reach of all that South Boston has to offer.

25 Channel Center Street is comprised of 76 deluxe units offering a variety of floor plans and features, embraced in a building that is not only fabulous, but is kind of a "best kept secret." Solidly constructed from the ground up in 2004, this eye-popping, ultra-contemporary building, juxtaposed with a brick and beam condo-converted warehouse, has floor-to-ceiling steel windows.

With recently updated oak flooring and contemporary designer lighting fixtures throughout, Unit 403 – on the fourth and fifth floors – is listed by James Souza of Donnelly + Co. for $1,749,000.

Residences and guests are warmly invited to this home as they enter the fourth floor foyer. The open floor plan is absolutely stunning, providing plenty of flexibility for your lifestyle while facilitating ease of expenditure and convenience of conversations.

The Great Room has a large sea of windows running from top to bottom along the outside wall.

No need to pull a long string to lower or raise the window shades – that is done automatically with a push of a button. A jumbo ceiling fan is ready to work in tandem with the central air/heat or alone to circulate the air. In the winter, turn the fan on counter-clockwise; in the other seasons, use clockwise.

The adjacent kitchen/dining area provide an interesting space to coordinate cooking, consuming and conversing.

There is plenty to like about the kitchen. The honed granite counters sparkle and the Viking appliances are a joy to use. Among the topnotch Viking tools are a four-burner gas stove (with hood vent) and oven, a refrigerator and microwave. The cabinets have a clean, carefree current look. The shelves are open or come with gorgeous glass fronts.

The recessed lighting is very effective, supplemented by the elongated ceiling light over the breakfast bar/peninsula. An adjacent custom designed built-in desk sits nearby. The distinctive lighting over the dining room table is adjustable, providing ambience while also meeting the personal proposals of the diners.

Accessible from the Great Room sliders, this is one of the few homes with a double-sized deck. Whether you’re enjoying el fresco dining or relaxing with a beverage, the views are always amazing. You can get an up-close and personal view of the neighborhood, look across the street to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, and expand this awesome vista to include the fabulous Blue Hills region. It’s also fun and exciting to watch the planes leaving and making their descent to Logan Airport, imagining where all the people are coming from and going to. To awaken all the senses, take a deep breath and enjoy the sea air that permeate you.

The bedroom on this floor has chic pendant lighting, a jumbo walk-in closet and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the double-sized deck extending colorful vistas of the ever-changing out-of-doors. The en suite bathroom features a tub-shower. This space would be ideal for children or guests.

To complete this fourth floor ensemble, a handy vibrant powder room and coat closet sit adjacent to the foyer.

One of the appealing features on the fifth floor is the large loft overlooking the Great Room and beyond through the expanse of windows. Spacious enough to use as an open study/office, a sewing-craft nook or a sitting area, the space includes a built-in desk and plenty of shelves.

The master bedroom is unique in its style and flavor. It’s a pretty open space and has a ceiling fan plus chic lighting. It has not one, but two jumbo walk-in closets, each with steel-wrapped sliding double doors. Both custom closets include ample lighting plus a cedar wall to keep the contents fresh.

One of the closets is long and narrow and has a door leading out to the hallway, which makes moving items into and out of storage for, let’s say, a business or vacation trip, very easy. This space is also flexible and can be transformed into a media/game room, an office or other options to match the desire of the new owner. One could even remove the wall to enlarge the bedroom, perhaps creating a lovely sitting area. And if the metal doors, for example, aren’t your style, it’s easy to make any changes to accommodate personal preferences. Just let your creative imagination go wild!

The spacious en suite bathroom contains a walk-in shower and tub.

The laundry facilities are conveniently placed on this floor.

The new owner will have a direct access garage parking space close to the elevator and 24-hour concierge services with a maintenance staff.

Channel Center Street is a private street encompassing several Channel Center buildings. This separate association provides beautiful seasonal plantings/landscaping and snow removal – which means pleasing gardens are ready to enjoy and the parking areas will be plowed out long before the city handles its job.

The Channel Center captures the true spirit representing the utmost in urban living. The location of the home is idyllic, “residents love the more quiet location” and ideal, “it’s only a short walk to all the craziness,” says Souza.

The Channel Center – adjacent to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center – is near the heart of the sizzling and effervescent Seaport/Fort Point neighborhood – home of the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and Fan Pier – and the burgeoning popular South Boston – home of a hidden treasure - Castle Island, hosting historic Fort Independence, the legendary Sullivan’s and also nearby is picturesque Carson Beach.

Put your passion into action at your new home at 25 Channel Center Street, Unit 403. It’s just a short walk to an array of fun and fancy dining at restaurants, cafes and coffee shops, plus the eclectic theater, dance, music and art arenas. It’s a hop, skip and a jump to a variety of indoor and outdoor fitness pleasures such as Everybody Fights, a luxury boxing themed gym by George Foreman, The Lawn on D, the wonderful and long Harborwalk, recreational parks and beaches, in addition to everything else the electrifying Fort Point/Seaport have to offer. Public transit and local highways are also close by for further adventures. South Station, the Financial District, Boston Harbor and Seaport Blvd. are all nearby.