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Airy, updated loft overlooking Beltline’s Eastside Trail aims for $425K

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The location is prime, but could the single-bedroom, open-walled approach be an issue?

The interior of a loft for sale near the Beltline.
Ceiling heights that allow for a two-story glass wall.
Coldwell Banker

The terms “open-concept” and “airy” are overused in Atlanta’s listings lexicon, but neither would be off-base in describing this top-floor unit at Copenhill Lofts, offered this week for $425,000.

It’s not the only loft neighboring the Beltline’s Eastside Trail to offer impressive volume lately, but it again raises the question of how much Atlantans are willing to pay for what’s technically a one-bedroom.

Named for a former Atlanta neighborhood once located where the Carter Center stands, the 40-unit Copenhill Lofts was a frontrunner in the area’s multifamily boom when it opened in 2000. It wraps around a very zen courtyard, and views span from Freedom Park to the Midtown skyline.

This condo looks south toward Inman Park, with a two-story wall of glass that frames a generous, private balcony. It counts one and a half bathrooms, plenty of polished cement, a bonus space for an office or den, motorized blinds, and no shortage of sleek cabinetry across 1,385 square feet.

The updated kitchen’s waterfall quartz.

Records indicate the property has traded for as little as $133,000 in the dark days of 2010, but most recently it went for $340,000 in late 2016.

Substantial renovations—including a fresh kitchen with quartz countertops and two bathroom redos—have happened since then.

Other things to consider: the $467 monthly HOA and the single garage space allotted for the home.

But who needs automobiles when the Beltline’s next door, right?