The beauty of this splendid 3540+/- SF loft is in the historic details of the 1880’s: high beamed ceilings, cast iron columns, brick walls, huge oak-framed windows looking out on a vintage Franklin Street. Grace and space define the 58+/- foot living-dining room with pale hardwood floors, gallery-sized walls and wood-burning fireplace. A library (or bedroom) with floor-to-ceiling bookcases lies adjacent. Open chef’s kitchen has restaurant stove, large pantry, custom cabinetry, and with its large granite island and bar area is designed for entertaining. The oversized Master Suite has a dressing room and sumptuous marble bath with separate steam shower, two sinks, brick wall and timbers. Private guest room has full marble bath. Other features include gracious foyer, half bath, washer/dryer, 3-zone A/C, basement storage and video intercom security. The Sugarloaf Warehouse, circa 1882, is an intimate residential condominium on a prime cobblestone street, offering exceptional loft living.