In a postindustrial corridor just west of downtown Atlanta, this unit at the circa-1900 Allied Factory Lofts has the look of a hotel that tech moguls would covet.
The soaring, smartly executed space that still seems intimate is the personal home of its designer. And it shows.
According to the listing, the 1,756-square-foot pad was anointed “Best Loft in the City” by somebody, and its highlight — the sophisticated, handsome kitchen — was designed with gourmet cooking and catered cocktail parties in mind.
Like any good warehouse conversion, it has unique original features such as wooden beams, brick walls, and a sawtooth skylight. The Means Street location allows for walkability to places like Octane, bartaco, and Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand. Not to mention Georgia Tech.
Such qualities come at a premium, and the asking price of $465,000 (plus $365 monthly HOA dues) bags just two bedrooms and one and 1⁄2 bathrooms. But dazzling rooms they are.
- 500 Means St. Unit B [ATLANTA FINE HOMES SOTHEBY'S]