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Listed by William Sherry of Residential Properties, Ltd.
Fire Station #4, also known as Collyer Fire Station, was constructed between 1887-1888 and opened for service in 1890. The building is a beautiful example of Queen Anne construction with its gabled roofs, bell tower, and various Victorian features. The red brick exterior was finished with incredible detail including sandstone trim at the windows and lintels. The extensive history of the building can be noted in the detailed terracotta work and the original name and date plaque that rests under a custom semi-circular window at the front gable. A bell tower sits above the building as a testament to the men and woman who served the city for close to 100 years. The building was nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. This unique building provides a host of possibilities! Currently outfitted as office space with an existing tenant on the 1st floor and a recently vacated 2nd and 3rd floor. Fire Station 4 is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Pawtucket history just a few minutes from downtown. Historically high NOI make this an excellent investment!

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