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1900 Warehouse – Kingston, MA

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Added to OHD on 11/21/11   -   Last OHD Update: 7/25/22

3 Maple St, Kingston, MA 02364

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  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 5184 Sq Ft
  • 0.43 Ac.
Property is not currently used as a single family home. "TOWN CENTER DISTRICT" (Mixed Use) zoning does allow for single family home usage. This iconic property may be converted to single family. Just imagine the possibilities! Formerly the Edgar W. Loring, Inc. Cranberry Screen & Warehouse. A beautifully crafted & architecturally detailed building both exterior & interior....scalloped shingles, gabled roof, & iconic Weathervane Cupola, brick columns & archways in the cellar, exposed rafters.
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Ryan | <span class="wpdiscuz-comment-count">447 comments</span>
Ryan | 447 comments
11 years ago

Wow, I would have assumed this was built as a barn/carriage house if I hadn’t read the description. Very cool building with lots of possibilities.

Loretta Wheatley | <span class="wpdiscuz-comment-count">1 comments</span>
Loretta Wheatley | 1 comments
Reply to  Kelly, OHD | 14951 comments
7 years ago

I love this warehouse. It has endless potential. Its cool when you see it in person. Its centrally located in Historuc Kingston. Beautiful setting.

Barbara | <span class="wpdiscuz-comment-count">62 comments</span>
Barbara | 62 comments
Reply to  Ryan | 447 comments | 447 comments
11 years ago

Ditto! Wouldn’t this property be a fun project?!

Jim | 8100 comments
11 years ago

A Thanksgiving themed entry – a former cranberry warehouse near Plymouth Mass. Cool. It would be fun to turn this into a workshop/residence. For me, it wouldn’t look a lot different than it does now.

Kevin ONeill | <span class="wpdiscuz-comment-count">184 comments</span>
Kevin ONeill | 184 comments
11 years ago

I also restore old sports cars as a hobby. I would love to park them in here live upstairs and go down and see them at night, maybe do some tinkering. ( I know I’m kinda weird)

Barbara | <span class="wpdiscuz-comment-count">62 comments</span>
Barbara | 62 comments

No, fooling? I’m a sports car and antique fanatic, too, so I can relate…LOL! 🙂

John Shiflet
John Shiflet | 6768 comments
11 years ago

Looks like a former carriage house, stables and manager’s quarters. (upstairs) I love those old sliding doors with original hardware.

toscar | <span class="wpdiscuz-comment-count">44 comments</span>
toscar | 44 comments
11 years ago


LOVE this……….what a wonderful project.

I don’t think that is weird at all Jim. Pretty cool if you ask me.



toscar | <span class="wpdiscuz-comment-count">44 comments</span>
toscar | 44 comments
11 years ago


whoops…I meant Kevin….I like Jim’s take on it also!


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