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Asking $470K near Georgia Tech, this renovated, circa-1900 loft is slick

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Roomy despite its one-bedroom status, Westside pad is appropriate, says listing, for “seasoned entertainers”

A photo of the living room’s peek-a-boo television arrangement.
The living room’s peek-a-boo television arrangement.
Keller Williams Atlanta Realty North

Just west of Georgia Tech, Atlanta’s Means Street Historic District brims with authentic, converted warehouse buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries that offer inimitable cool as homes and offices.

And this recent listing at Allied Factory Lofts—a small, circa-1900 building of just 10 units—is certainly one of them.

Well-suited for singles or couples without friends and family, this flat lives big, as they say, for a one-bedroom unit. It counts a hair over 1,700 square feet across at least two levels, at least one spiral stair, and more storage than anyone really needs, as the listing puts it.

According to a previous listing, it boasts $90,000 in cabinetry alone, which is paired with Amish-smoked, hand-scraped hardwoods in most living areas. The kitchen and master bathroom (floor-to-ceiling marble, heated floors, in-ceiling speaker system) are dynamite.

Find two bathrooms overall—plus two dishwashers and a separate ice-maker “for seasoned entertainers.” Another hit at parties would surely be the rooftop terrace.

It’s asking $469,900, which includes two parking spaces (and $365 monthly HOA commitments).

It last traded, in largely the same condition, for $375,000 in September 2015.

The Means Street location allows for walkability to places like Octane, bartaco, and Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand. Not to mention Georgia Tech.