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For $550K, vast Castleberry Hill loft takes authenticity to the extreme

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Three-bedroom residence typifies the loft district’s industrial chutzpah—and then cranks it up a notch.

Photos of a massive Castleberry Hill loft for sale in Atlanta right now.
The listing’s “totally dramatic floorplan” description could be an understatement.
RE/MAX Metro Atlanta Cityside

Coming home to this immense Castleberry Hill loft would be like walking into a M.C. Escher lithograph. And your own personal factory.

One vast room after the next, this three-bedroom residence typifies the loft district’s authenticity—and then cranks it up a notch with touches that include the original elevator from what used to be a circa-1920 industrial building.

Elsewhere, find a subway-tiled bathroom (and another built of industrial blocks) that literally could be in a subway.

The listing’s “totally dramatic ... floorplan” description is hardly hyperbole. It’s tough to discern exactly how many levels this pad has, but it looks like five, including a rooftop deck described as “amazing” with downtown and Mercedes-Benz Stadium views. Sunshine floods in from a massive, circular skylight up there.

For having McMansion-size square footage (3,656), the listing price of $550,000 could seem exceptionally, well, reasonable. (That’s about $150 per square foot). Especially when monthly HOA fees are listed as a non-fatal $280. Perhaps heating and cooling costs are the catch.

The dining room seats 12. Several rooms are punctuated with walls of ancient brick. And the chef’s kitchen is a more recent update.

Per records, the loft conversion happened here on Peters Street in 1997, and the location counts a “Very Walkable” 73 WalkScore.

“This Castleberry home is must see for your intown buyer!” shouts the listing. And while it might not qualify as practical or cozy, it does indeed look like something to behold.