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This vast, multilevel, revised Castleberry Hill loft is asking $650K

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The neighborhood’s “quintessential industrial loft” doesn’t want for unique spaces and ceiling height

A photo of the interior of a Castleberry Hill loft.
The whiter, brighter main floor.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

At first blush, this cavernous home described as Castleberry Hill’s “quintessential industrial loft” appears to have been dramatically transformed since it first blipped the listings radar in October 2017.

That’s the power of fresh paint and paring down.

Revisions include white-painted ductwork that all but disappears now and a newly enclosed third bedroom with ensuite bathroom.

But the pro-grade kitchen features the most dramatic changes, where waterfall hard surfaces were added and cabinetry was actually subtracted. (The sink in the first-floor elevator shaft—a fitting touch for a circa-1920 industrial building—has also been nixed).

The result, overall, is a more cleanly modernized look. And a price hike of $100,000 over last year’s ask.

Few Atlanta lofts are so vast, and this one counts four bathrooms among its 3,900 square feet, including a subway-tiled john (with urinal) that could actually be in a subway.

Given the formidable ceilings heights (acrophobes beware), walking from the ground level to the rooftop deck would be a journey up through five different levels. At least sunshine from a massive skylight would light the way.

From the top, the futuristic origami that is Mercedes-Benz Stadium juts up nearby, and the skyline twinkles at night beyond. It’s Super Bowl party central, basically.

The loft traded a year ago for $550,000—the first sale in almost 20 years.

Back on the market this week, it’s asking $650,000.