Under $650k, two-bed in former Charleston Chew factory

Kelly Garrity — Boston.com correspondent September 14, 2021 1:00 pm When models in this Everett

When models in this Everett setting up was converted to residences in 2006, brokers handed out Charleston Chew bars in their revenue places of work, a nod to the building’s past daily life as a factory for the chocolate-protected nougat treats. 

Though unit 402 at 43 Charlton St. may possibly not occur with free sweet, it does present future prospective buyers a manufacturing unit-chic glance, with brick walls, wooden-beamed ceilings, and uncovered piping all over the 1,146-sq.-foot place. The two-bed room, 1-toilet unit is on the market for $649,900. 

“Because it was an aged factory, the total building and all the models have a really neat and exclusive brick-and-beam really feel to it,” said the unit’s listing agent, Robin Doherty of Keller Williams Realty Boston Northwest. “It has the loft-type really feel that generally you would see in New York Metropolis or in the additional manufacturing locations of Boston.”

The loft-style apartment has an open up flooring plan encompassing the kitchen, dwelling place, and eating location, as very well as bamboo flooring through. The house fills with pure gentle from 7-foot-tall windows and a slider in the eating space to a private balcony. Pendant lights dangle from the 11-foot ceilings. 

The kitchen gives stainless-steel appliances (like a gasoline stove), a white quartz countertop, and an below-mount sink. The metallic cabinets above the sink pull up, including to the factory come to feel. Drawers in the decreased cabinetry offer a excellent space to keep compact appliances and dishware.

The primary bed room is at 1 stop of the condominium and will get purely natural light-weight from a panel of a few home windows set in the uncovered-brick wall. It also has a tailor made walk-in closet with wooden built-ins.

The rest room has ceramic tile on the floor and surrounding the blend tub/shower.  A mirrored drugs cabinet hangs higher than a one-sink vanity with a produced stone countertop. 

The other bed room and an more room without having a closet sit at the other of the device. The seller employed the further place as a bed room and the bedroom as an business office, Doherty explained. “It genuinely could be employed as a a few-bed room, or a visitor home easily, and you definitely have a nice major place of work house divided out. Even however it is a loft-type open layout, the way that the unit is, there really are three distinct, separate rooms.”

The device will come with a washer and dryer and two parking places. 

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