An Extremely Cool Loft in Jamaica Plain
The open-concept apartment lives in JP’s stylish American Brewery Lofts constructing.
251 Heath St. #225, Boston
Dimension: 1,319 sq. toes
We’ve by no means scrutinized every nook of our properties as a lot as we’ve got these previous 5 months, when our locations of residence abruptly grew to become our office, Friday night time vacation spot, and every thing in between. With all that point spent staring on the similar 4 partitions, it is sensible to need a spot with some architectural oomph—and this hip JP loft delivers.
Housed within the American Brewery Lofts constructing, the unit has held onto the various brick partitions from its hops-scented days. These, and the attractive wooden flooring and ceilings prime the clean canvas that’s this extensive open loft ready for a brand new proprietor to zhuzh it up another time. There are a number of different fixtures that include the loft, which make it a spot you’ll gladly gaze in any respect day lengthy, even on move-in day. The show-stealing stained glass dome, for one, dangles above the kitchen and serves the three-pronged function of making a dropped ceiling phantasm, illuminating the cook dinner area, and performing as a stunning point of interest.
The 15-foot ceilings are one other ingrained perk, as are the built-in cabinets scattered across the apartment from the lounge to just-renovated toilet, the place inexperienced fish tail tiling and gold taps make for a swanky bathe room. As for outside area? The constructing’s courtyard remains to be open to residents and stocked with grills for summertime use.
For data, contact Mike Wooden, Nextdoor Realty Staff, Limitless Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, unlimitedsir.com.