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Airy Castleberry Hill property called the ideal Atlanta industrial loft for $300K even

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The Peters Street space includes a private rooftop deck atop the circa-1920 building, but just one bedroom

A huge loft with brick walls and a large gray sofa.
An updated look within century-old walls at 330 Peters Street SW #202.
Ansley Atlanta Real Estate; photography by Gold Lens Media

Condo hunters of Atlanta who covet inimitable walls of ancient brick and walkability to things like Atlanta United, Falcons, and Hawks games could be charmed by this latest offering at 330 Peters Street Lofts.

Listed with Ansley Atlanta Real Estate for $300,000 even, the space is called the “ideal industrial loft in Castleberry Hill,” with a price that might open the door to non-surgeons or people who aren’t athletes plying their trades down the street.

The compromise—not unexpectedly—is that the flat, for all its volume, has just one proper bedroom and bath. But the cool factor could help atone for that.

It might seem minuscule compared to an impressively huge loft in the same building that eventually sold in February for $651,000, but the floorplan is roomy, with just shy of 1,400 square feet, and ceilings that climb well over 15 feet.

The circa-1920 industrial building was converted into hip adaptive-reuse lofts about 20 years ago. The cherries on the cake are private rooftop decks with views that span from The Benz’s impressive geometry to Bank of America Plaza and beyond.

The bathroom has been thoroughly renovated, but the kitchen has not. Big old windows, like a general feeling of openness, abound.

The monthly HOA fees are listed as $270, and garage parking is included.

An old brick building with black cars parked in front of it.
The postindustrial exterior and preview of rooftop decks along Peters Street in Castleberry Hill.
A large airy loft with white and green walls.
View to the exit—and entrance to a laundry room—with decorative pillars in between.
A white walled office space tucked under a bedroom.
Tucked-away office space behind the spiral staircase.
A kitchen and dining area in a big loft.
Arched windows permit natural light over the kitchen and dining space.
A white bedroom with a wooden door.
Up to the lone bedroom and bath.
A bedroom area with open walls in a loft.
The bedroom’s open-walled approach.
A white bathroom with subway tile and a shower.
The renovated bathroom, now with marble and wood vanities.
A rooftop deck with a spiral stair opening below.
The spiral stair leads to this rooftop portal.
A rooftop with views to Atlanta.
Rooftop views across the neighborhood, to Midtown.