A rarely available charming Train Station built during the Gilded Age by Boston and Albany Railroad Company includes 129.97 feet railway track. Expansive open-plan space that has been beautifully renovated with wide plank oak floors, exposed wood beams, and original fully restored wood ceilings. Energy-efficient windows and doors were recently added plus updated electrical and plumbing. Stylish ADA-compliant bathrooms and granite curbing with concrete sidewalk make this beautiful building handicap accessible.This Richardsonian Romanesque building with Monson pink granite and Longmeadow brownstone has eyelid dormers and was designed by the Boston architectural firm Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge Co in the historic town of Warren. With the potential East-West rail extending Massachusetts rail lines to Springfield and Pittsfield, this iconic building near the local town green with plenty of parking spaces would be ideally located for any discerning business
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