On the Market: A Former Horse Stable in JP
14 Meehan Street, Jamaica Plain
Size: 3,804 square feet
This building was once used as a horse stable, and most recently, it was a yoga studio. Now, the space could be yours to transform. Built as Meehan Stable in 1896 by the founder of nearby Doyle’s Café, the structure boasts three diverse levels. The first is a one-car garage, the second is a spacious artist’s studio, and the third is a three-bedroom apartment.
Windows cover three of the building’s walls, flooding the loft-like space in natural light. There’s plenty of exposed brick to be found, as well as inlaid wood flooring. The building is zoned as local industrial, so small business owners can oversee operations from the second floor—which has an office nook, full bath, and kitchenette, while living on the third floor—which offers an airy open floor plan.
For information, contact Josh Brett and Susan Scheele, Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty, jpbestagent.com.
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