'Live creatively inspired in this one-of-a-kind residential conversion loft.'
Built in 1910 as a furniture upholstery shop, this space was completely renovated into a residential loft in 2004.
"This loft is 1-of-2 units in a free-standing building that includes a 1535 SF± adjoining commercial space.
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(12828, East1st_881_505-04.jpg, "This loft is a perfect canvas for open plan living.
Among the numerous upgrades throughout this property are the custom closet built-ins
Individual furniture items may be included in the sale for an additional price.
Unique to this space is the garage-style roller door that opens to the outside, transforming the living room into a covered terrace.
Newly installed cross-cut bamboo flooring is featured throughout the unit.
The extended breakfast/entertaining bar serves to delineate the kitchen area from the rest of the living space.
Ceiling-mounted line voltage track lighting and downlighting are featured throughout the loft.
The galley-style kitchen is complete with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry and white concrete counters.
An electric, white ceramic glass stove-top is mounted into the concrete countertop.
Whether it's cocktail hour or breakfast the next morning, the kitchen + extended countertop are a natural focal point when entertaining at home.
The kitchen features modern appliances including european brands such as Bosch + Dacor.
Adjacent to the kitchen/dining area is the entrance to the bedroom suite.
The bedroom is large enough to accommodate a king-size bed with side tables
A glass panel atop the custom-built storage closets allows additional natural light to filter through from the main space.
A sealed window of glass blocks allows westward light to fill the bedroom suite.
Adjacent to the kitchen/dining area is the entrance to the full bathroom.
The bathroom has been remodeled into a utilitarian, yet luxurious amenity.
The vanity features a custom concrete washbasin with wall-mounted fixtures and dress mirror.
The bathroom features black slate floor tiling and bright task lighting.
'Adjacent to the "wet area" of the bathroom is a full-size stack washer/dryer unit.'
'The "wet area" of the bathroom features a gel-sided Jacuzzi tub underneath a skylight.'
The open shower stall features both a rain showerhead + handheld and black slate tile stall surround.
A sealed glass block feature wall allows natural light to fill the bathroom.
Adjacent to the kitchen/dining area is a rear entrance/exit that opens to the off-street parking strip.
The strip of land adjoining the loft is large enough to accommodate 2 off-street tandem parking spaces.
The garage roller door can be operated electrically via remote control.
An open stairway leads down to the loft's lower level, basement space.
As a basement space, the lower level of the loft serves both storage and recreational purposes.
As a storage venue, the basement can accommodate any manner of personal effects that can fit down the stairway.
Alternatively, the basement serves as an ideal band practice venue removed from any neighboring noise complaints.
Traversing the basement stairway back-up to the main living space.
The front/street entrance to the loft at 132 Bucknam Street.
The loft is a converted residential unit within a free-standing building located on the corner of Bucknam + Locust Streets in Everett.
Location: 132 Bucknam Street," Everett MA
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