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Tri-Level Loft Abuts The Beltline, Asks $419,000

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At the Factory Lofts in Virginia-Highland, we find the dream domicile for an avid jogger who appreciates stylishly raw living quarters. These authentic, circa-1925 homes used to abut a kudzu-covered trail of sadness; now they're as close to living on the Beltline as you'll get without pitching a tent on it. This 1,600 square-foot unit, one of only 24 in the complex, is asking $419,000. You'll find three levels, connected by floating staircases, with sizable bedrooms boasting full bathrooms. Upstairs offers a private rooftop deck, with skyline vistas and perhaps the best view of Home Depot's roof in Midtown. Sleek, European styling abounds, especially in the kitchen, which is home to a stainless steel island. We've read Realtor commentary that warns of sound-permeable walls at these lofts, but otherwise it appears an urban oasis.
· 675 Greenwood Ave. NE Unit 110 [Estately]