An Iconic Building Swept In American History

Brent Tartamella

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A rare opportunity to be a steward of an iconic building on one of the most famed streets in American history that celebrated its 170th birthday this past summer. This is where famed legends with the names like Macy, Folger and Starbuck all received their claim to fame.

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Perched high on Main Street with Harbor views the third-floor quintessential pied-a-terre is an extraordinary Nantucket location. The apartment has a kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, comfortable living room, and one and one-half bathrooms.

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The entry foyer is located on the 2nd floor and consists of a 1/2 bath, murphy bed, storage space, and stairwell that leads to the 2nd floor of the apartment (the building’s 3rd floor). The property comfortably sleeps four and attracts seasonal and weekly rentals throughout the spring, summer and fall months.

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Entering 33 Main Street on the first floor, this property has dual access from both Main and Federal Streets with incredible visibility, oversized windows with 14’ ceilings and a vast amount of pedestrian passerby traffic. The accessible lower level features full ceiling height with a total of just over 2,000sq. ft. and entry from Federal Street.

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The second floor features prime space and access to a one-bedroom pied-a-terre that is highlighted by incredible views of the heart of downtown Nantucket. The building went through extensive renovations in 2008 with updates in 2016. The possibilities for this space abound…. from Main Street alone over 500,000 people pass by in a season.

Address: 33 Main St, Nantucket, MA 02554

Price: $7,500,000

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

View the listing here.

For more information, contact Brent Tartamella at  508-901-0191 or [email protected].

Brent Tartamella is the exclusive agent representing the Nantucket, Massachusetts real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of his listing here.

Images courtesy of Brent Tartamella

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