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Spacious with character, downtown Atlanta condo seeks a reasonable $201K

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Straddling the line between downtown and O4W, this one-bedroom pad isn’t a bad deal, but the HOA fees are pretty steep

Industrial loft with dining and living spaces.
Industrial character abounds.
Better Homes & Gardens Metrobrokers

Built in 1974, this “industrial-style” loft near the downtown Connector features 11-foot ceilings, sporadic lighting, and large picture windows in both the living room and bedroom.

Sadly, those windows, which provide views looking north toward Midtown, do not open up to a balcony.

The space is well-planned, though, laid out in such a manner that there appears to be a true separation from room to room.

And with 1,105 square feet, the one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is roomier than many other intown condos at this price point.

The kitchen’s granite countertops are carried over into the bathroom, which is unfortunate since they clash terribly with the tile in the shower. The good news: It’s an easy fix, for those who see fit.

The unit does include one parking space and a storage room, plus a laundry room inside the condo.

The listing claims the building is within walking distance of the Beltline, which it technically is. Especially if you consider the Freedom Park Trail that connects to the Eastside Trail as part of the Beltline.

Building amenities include a fitness center, alleged Olympic swimming pool, business center, and 24-hour concierge, which buyers should expect given the hefty HOA fees of $509 per month.

In fact, the HOA commitment could be a stumbling block for buyers, even with the relatively affordable asking price of $201,000.