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Two-story Inman Park loft near Beltline, MARTA goes bold for $335K

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Condo hunters allergic to quirky need not apply

A photo of rustic window shutters in the dining room—why not?
A mirror with rustic window shutters in the dining room. Because why not?
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

Atlanta condo shoppers who’ve been yearning for a living-room vestibule coated in corrugated metal—it’s your lucky day.

Tucked in the back of a DeKalb Avenue complex called Inman Station, this Inman Park loft is a showcase of both quirkiness (see: ancient-looking bathroom vanity, surprisingly rustic window shutters, steel everywhere) and airiness.

For the sheer space—1,351 square feet and three bedrooms—the asking price of $335,000 (plus HOA fees listed as $255 monthly) could come across as reasonable. Especially given the neighborhood’s status as one of Atlanta’s most desirable.

Built about 20 years ago, Inman Station is a 29-home complex near Moreland Avenue, a stone’s throw from the Inman Park-Reynoldstown MARTA Station and a few blocks east of the Beltline.

With exposed rafters and ductwork and soaring ceilings, the experience is described as a rare opportunity for true loft living in IP, with more recent additions that include a half-bathroom (for a total of two and a half) and built-in storage.

The kitchen, with its stainless countertops and daring, immense backsplash, has clearly been modified, too, since the unit was finished in 2001.

Aspects such as a vessel sink, an open-concept bedroom, and frankly corrugated metal walls won’t be for everyone.

For a fun-loving pad that’s anything but cookie-cutter in a hip location, however, this one could be a winner.