On the Market: An Incredibly Cool Loft in Jamaica Plain
The open-concept condo lives in JP's chic American Brewery Lofts building.
251 Heath St. #225, Boston
Size: 1,319 square feet
We’ve never scrutinized each corner of our homes as much as we have these past five months, when our places of residence suddenly became our workplace, Friday night destination, and everything in between. With all that time spent staring at the same four walls, it makes sense to want a place with some architectural oomph—and this hip JP loft delivers.
Housed in the American Brewery Lofts building, the unit has held onto the many brick walls from its hops-scented days. Those, and the gorgeous wood floors and ceilings prime the blank canvas that is this wide open loft waiting for a new owner to zhuzh it up all over again. There are a few other fixtures that come with the loft, which make it a place you’ll gladly gaze at all day long, even on move-in day. The show-stealing stained glass dome, for one, dangles above the kitchen and serves the three-pronged purpose of creating a dropped ceiling illusion, illuminating the cook space, and acting as a dazzling focal point.
The 15-foot ceilings are another ingrained perk, as are the built-in shelves scattered around the condo from the living room to just-renovated bathroom, where green fish tail tiling and gold faucets make for a swanky shower room. As for outdoor space? The building’s courtyard is still open to residents and stocked with grills for summertime use.
For information, contact Mike Wood, Nextdoor Realty Team, Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty, unlimitedsir.com.
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