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For $825K, ‘one-of-a-kind’ Midtown loft is close to top dining, shopping, other stuff

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Featuring a “rarely available floorplan,” this corner unit includes an updated kitchen and bath plus city views

Loft with kitchen and dark hardwood floors.
Clean and crisp in Midtown.
Above Atlanta

Overlooking Peachtree Street in a “highly desired boutique building” from 1951, this 2,850-square-foot corner option in Midtown takes a different approach to the traditional loft design.

The “one-of-a-kind designer loft” starts with a 36-foot-long gallery foyer, which also contains two of the three bedrooms plus one of the three bathrooms (the other two are en suite.)

The foyer gives way to the loft’s main living space, which is two living rooms divided by the kitchen.

Windows reign on two of the three walls, providing views of Saint Mark United Methodist Church and Midtown.

The listing states both the kitchen and master bathroom have been renovated, but the entire space does not seem dated to its 1951 origins.

Instead, it presents a clean, crisp, modern aesthetic with the white walls and ceilings, updated light fixtures, and dark hardwood floors.

There’s also plenty to do beyond the home, given that it’s within walking distance of shopping, dining, nightlife, and entertainment. And loads of it.

While the asking price of $825,000 looks to be on target for similar (huge) lofts and condos in Midtown, adding in the hefty HOA fees, which this particular building is known for, could be a deal-breaker for some potential buyers.

According to the listing, the monthly HOA fees are $1,200, but, at least, that does cover such building amenities as a 24-hour concierge, swimming pool with cabanas and fire pit, gym, club room, and guest suite.

HOA bummers aside, the home is quite spacious, comes with plenty of amenities, and counts a strong intown location, which could spell the right trifecta for urban buyers.