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$450K Cabbagetown loft takes industrial-chic to the max

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Agent: “It's straight out of a magazine!!”

A renovated loft in Atlanta’s Cabbagetown Stacks Lofts that’s for sale.
The old distressed leather and ancient brick combo.
PalmerHouse Properties

Touted as magazine-quality and without equal, this recently renovated, industrial-chic Cabbagetown condo could be among the most stylish units The Stacks Lofts hath ever produced.

Big talk like that is rarely accompanied by fire-sale prices. Accordingly, records indicate Unit 225 might be the neighborhood’s first condo of comparable size to recently crack the $400,000 mark.

It counts two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and oodles of local history.

A pioneering adaptive-reuse property in Atlanta, the 500-unit landmark building—originally a 19th Century cotton mill—was transformed into lofts in the 1990s. It withstood a horrifying fire in 1999 and a tornado nine years ago this month.

Per the listing, in-home perks include that inimitable exposed brick, a custom wood wall, stunning views of the historic complex, and an added bonus room that could be an office, yoga studio, or wee gym.

Pertinent numbers: 1,312 square feet. $322 monthly HOA fees. And a $450,000 price tag.

Like other homes in the area, this condo’s claims of being steps away from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail are becoming more legit by the day.

“You will not find another home like this,” the listing agent boldly chimes. “It's straight out of a magazine!!”

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