Building History

Constructed in the mid 2000’s, 599 Washington Place has been a local landmark for over a decade. Originally constructed as the South Shore Headquarters for The Animal Rescue League, no expense was spared. This architecturally-designed building and professionally landscaped grounds have won awards for its unique appearance and ability to meld into a secluded wooded setting. In recent years the facility has been unoccupied and longing for a new purpose. This renovation marks not only the revitalization of a beloved part of the community, but also a key addition to residential life in Pembroke.

Built to the highest standards, 599 Washington Place was designed and constructed to last for centuries. Commercial grade foundation, steel beams/trusses, oversized utility services and advanced wind and storm protection are just a few of the features used to erect the original structure. While maintaining the character and charm of this inspired facility, the renovation process updates all aspects of the building including completely new artisan-inspired interior finishes/features along with state-of-the-art Marvin windows and doors.