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Two-story, icy-white Castleberry Hill loft summons a cool $680K

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Peters Street unit counts more than 2,200 square feet, choice appliances, and one ice-cold aesthetic

An interior of a Castleberry Hill loft for sale in Atlanta right now.
Shoes off inside, please.
SOLID SOURCE REALTY

Just in time for Atlanta’s boiling dog days, this airy loft in a converted 1929 Castleberry Hill building is offering a color palette that could cool down the most overheated homebuying soul.

But is there too much arctic chill going on here?

Listed in recent days for $679,900, the contemporary end-unit flat is on walkable Peters Street, with a wide, two-car garage for loft dwellers who prefer to drive.

Inside, find a generous 2,208 square feet that feels much larger, thanks to cavernous living-room ceilings and light-inviting touches such as clerestory windows. No exact height is given in the listing, but we’re assured those ceilings are “extremely high.”

It offers three bedrooms, three bathroom and a main-level, shining-epoxy concrete floor with (thankfully) a heating system for frigid winter nights. The marvelous (but not exactly child-friendly) floating stairs, also concrete, lead to a double dose of master suites warmed by Brazilian walnut hardwood floors.

Another refreshing break from Antarctica comes with the deep-blue kitchen cabinetry by Leicht, accented wth stainless steel counters, a marble breakfast bar, and Miele and Sub-Zero appliances.

Logic says the strong 82 WalkScore will only climb when, or if, the Gulch mega-project materializes and the glacial Hard Rock Hotel project happens next door.