On the Market: A Lively Loft in a Restored Jamaica Plain Brewery
This rare unit won’t be on the market for long—hops to it!
Size: 1,042 square feet
Situated just next to the Jamaica Plain-Mission Hill border, this two-bedroom abode is a metropolitan paradise for any beer fanatic or exposed brick enthusiast. A carved stone reading “ABC” rests just above the residence’s double arches, greeting guests with its history. Once the decades-long home of the American Brewing Company, and later used for storage, in 2007 the industrial building was reimagined as 79 luxury lofts. Now, you can kick back and crack open a craft brew in one of these sought-after units.
The building itself offers priceless perks like garage parking, elevator access, and storage space. A lovely cobblestone courtyard sits in the center of the building, complete with gas grills for cooking up the perfect counterpart to your summer ale.
Yet somehow the loft itself is equally appealing. Should you decide to make dinner indoors, the open kitchen’s stainless appliances, large island with a breakfast bar, and abundant custom-built shelving ensure it doesn’t feel like a chore. All around the loft, exposed brick walls and soaring ceilings are the yin to the yang of several vibrantly hued walls. Bamboo floors ground the opposing color palettes, and reflect the light that streams through the unit’s oversized windows. Above it all, a lofted bedroom offers the ultimate vantage point to look down at your cool new digs.
For information, contact Josh Brett, Nextdoor Realty Team, 251heathst.com
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