Want to Live in a 1900’s Brick Firehouse Conversion in Plymouth, MA? Here’s Your Chance!

by Jamey MortonFebruary 15, 2018

This Three-Story Stunner Is Ready and Waiting for the Right Buyer

Were you that kid back in kindergarten who said you wanted to be a firefighter when you grew up? Do you own a Dalmatian dog you call Spot? Do you dream of sliding down poles and dressing quickly in the middle of the night to rush off to save someone from a burning building? Have you seen the 1990s movie Backdraft more than twice?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, then this may be the perfect home for you.

Fresh on the market in Plymouth, Massachusetts for just under $800,000, this beautiful converted firehouse is move-in ready with four bedrooms and three full baths. It’s a completely-remodeled, three-story beauty, waiting for just the right buyer — someone who appreciates everything you might be able to turn a historic firehouse into if you had the time, patience, energy and budget.
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What About the Pole?

This three-story beauty is made of strong, durable, highly-insulating brick, and it has decks on both the second and third floors. The property features easy-to-maintain grounds and is located just a short walk from downtown Plymouth, the beach, and the waterfront, too.

The building was completely gutted and renovated in 2002 and has a contemporary, open feel with ten-foot ceilings and eight-foot custom oak doors throughout. The main space has a twenty-two-foot loft and a cathedral ceiling loaded with exposed yellow-pine trusses.
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But What About the Pole?

The home’s three full bathrooms are each a work of art, complete with their own retro tubs and showers. The master suite features its own stunning bath and a walk-in closet for a complete wardrobe and changing room experience.

The home’s kitchen is fully gourmet and comes with top-of-the-line stainless appliances, including a six-burner commercial-grade gas stove with a hood fan. The kitchen also features maple cabinets, a huge pantry, and a connected laundry room.
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Seriously, What About the Firehouse Pole?

The first floor of the home features a massive heated garage — big enough for five fire engines — with an oak floor and two original, fire engine-size, ten-foot garage doors. The first floor also has a separate, complete one-bedroom apartment.

The home’s basement has a workout room, workshop, a second laundry and plenty of storage for whatever. The entire home has an abundance of excellent natural lighting. All of the plumbing, heating, insulation, and the home’s roof were replaced as a part of the renovation. And where there was once a pole, there is now a custom-built spiral staircase.
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Everything You’d Ever Want in a Firehouse-Turned-Home

This stunning, remodeled, turn of the century brick firehouse in Plymouth, Massachusetts comes with everything you might ever want in a home. It’s got a great location, an abundance of rooms spread out over three floors, more storage than you might ever use, two decks, and a separate apartment for a renter or a grandma.

Basically, this firehouse comes with everything you could want, except a fire pole and a Dalmatian. You can supply your own dog, of course. Putting in a pole, however, you’ll have to discuss with your insurance agent.

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About The Author
Jamey Morton
Jamey has been a writer since he discovered science fiction and fantasy in the fourth grade. His early love for all things strange and mysterious has translated into a passion for writing about haunted mansions and other intriguing topics related to real estate and homeownership. Jamey loves nothing more than finding a medieval castle in the middle of New Jersey or a chalet on the coast of Florida. When not researching otherworldly real estate, Jamey can be found writing his series of outer space horror novels in his home in Seattle.

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