21 Sep Charming, Historic Loft Style Condo for Sale! 54 Green St. Leominster, MA 01453
54 Green St. #107, Leominster, MA 01543
Offered at $179,000
Adams Home Team, Keller Williams Gateway
About This Lovely Home
This Unique, lovely and well maintained, one bedroom loft style condo is located in a historic building, The Wellington, previously the Wellington Piano Case Company.
This home offers the charm of exposed brick & granite and includes hardwood floors throughout the main living area and kitchen. The main living area also has a soaring ceiling, large walk-in storage closet, and a breakfast bar that looks into the good-sized galley kitchen… which includes all appliances!
It’s just a step up to the full bathroom with an in-unit stackable washer & dryer and a large bedroom with double door closet. Note that All of the windows in this unit have battery/remote operated blinds.
This is a secured entry building with a dedicated mail room, 3 parking spots as well as a large lot for guest parking. AND, Pets are OK!
The outdoors offers a private greenspace for residents, private fire pit and picnic tables, not to mention the building is steps away from the Doyle Field/Park with Track, Playground and Sports Fields! The brand new local Rail Trail will have a private dedicated entrance for Wellington residents!
All this within Walking Distance to Downtown, Shopping, Dining and Events. Ultra-Convenient to commuter routes! Own a piece of History while enjoying an active lifestyle !!
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About The Wellington
The Wellington Piano Case Company Building is an historic building at 54 Green Street in Leominster, Massachusetts. The four story brick building was built in 1895 by Frank E. Wellington, who manufactured piano cases for upright and grand pianos. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. It underwent conversion to residences in 2002.
About Lemonster, MA
By 1737, the area of Leominster had gained enough residents to be incorporated as a separate town. The town of Leominster was officially incorporated on June 23, 1740. Around the time of the Civil War, Leominster was a major contributor in the Underground Railroad. The Emory Stearn Schoolhouse and the John Drake home, led anti-slavery campaigns and helped house fugitive slaves. In Leominster’s early existence, the town was primarily a small farming community, but towards the beginning of the 19th century, the economy quickly shifted into manufacturing. The town became a regional transportation hub around 1800, with the opening of the Fifth Massachusetts Turnpike and the connections of the Union Turnpike and Cambridge and Concord Turnpikes in 1808. However, manufacturing in Leominster was truly made possible by the opening of the Fitchburg Railroad that ran through North Leominster and into Boston, and the Fitchburg and Worcester Railroad that ran through the center of town. By the 1850s, paper mills, piano makers, and comb manufacturers had established factories along the Monoosnoc Brook and Nashua River. While the earliest settlers in Leominster were primarily of British ancestry, many immigrants soon gathered to work in Leominster’s expanding factories. The first group of immigrants was primarily Irish, followed by the French Canadians and the Italians into the early 20th century. These new waves of immigrants caused the population to surge from just 2,069 in 1840 to 19,744 by 1920. On November 2, 1915, Leominster was officially chartered as a city. For More on the History of Leominster, MA please click HERE
More Information about #107-54 Green St. Leominster, MA 01453
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Missy Adams, Realtor
Keller Williams Gateway
20 Trafalgar Square Suite 101
Nashua, NH 03063
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