Finally, an Atlanta loft that urbanophiles and meatheads can agree upon.
Chockfull of medicine balls, vanity mirrors, and lat-building cable machines, this end-unit at Old Fourth Ward’s Stupdioplex community is being marketed as a potential home with primo walkability.
Positioned next door to Krog Street Market, with (basically) direct access to the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail, the location just might atone for an interior that’s anything but typical, although certainly flexible.
It’s listed, somehow, as a two-bedroom flat with a bathroom and a half among 1,068 square feet. One thing’s for sure: It’s a space that screams for a Big Ass Fan
Two sides are composed of exposed brick from the 1920s, and customizations include a platform suspended by what looks like rebar, where one could conceivably put a bed
Beyond ceiling heights, highlights include an unexpected balcony that overlooks a mini jungle and lawn, skylights, and style-appropriate stained concrete floors. Kitchens don’t get much more open-concept.
What’s more, the building boasts a not-shabby WalkScore of 84, dog run, and shadeless rooftop
The floating loft increases the square footage, as the listing points out, and that could ostensibly be extended or replicated for more elevated room. Provided that budgets would allow for such pricey things, after forking over the requested $399,900.
- 659 Auburn Ave Unit 201 [Nest Realty Atlanta]