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For $425K, downtown Atlanta loft gives unique vantages on city

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Luckie Street property highlighted by soaring ceilings, enormous rooftop patio

A downtown Atlanta loft with cool views of older buildings.
Not your everyday ATL views.
Keller Williams Realty

Tired of the same iconic vistas of Bank of America Plaza or Piedmont Park from your balcony? This airy downtown loft with views and a patio that are hardly run-of-the-mill could be a wake-up call.

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit is atop relatively unsung 123 Luckie Street, a condo building with a sterling “Walker’s Paradise” 95 WalkScore that’s basically unbeatable in Atlanta.

Built in 2000, the unassuming five-story building has generous proportions within, and this 1,488-square-foot pad with what must be 12-foot ceilings (at least) on the main floor is no exception.

Priced at $425,000 last week, it represents a refreshing alternative to far pricier condos up the street in Midtown. It has a nouveau-industrial look softened by gleaming hardwoods, plus perks that include two parking spaces, at least one pro-grade closet buildout, and that righteous patio with Ferris wheel and Westin Peachtree Plaza vantages.

Granted, that outdoor lounge is accessed through the master bedroom, and what it lacks in secluded privacy it compensates for with sheer space.

Records show the loft hasn’t sold for nearly 11 years, back when it moved for $391,000.