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A block from the Beltline, Old Fourth Ward condo offers chance to ‘live tall’ for $320K

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Just don’t expect to close a bedroom door

A photo of a loft for sale right now in Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta.
Bonus points for T-Rex decor.
PalmerHouse Properties

Where Edgewood Avenue meets Randolph Street in the Old Fourth Ward, the Dynamic Metal Lofts building opened in 2004, replacing a longstanding recycling shop of the same name.

Back then, few could have predicted what’s happened to the neighborhood since.

This airy corner loft in the three-story building has had a front-row seat to O4W’s changes, being positioned a block from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail and just around the corner from Krog Street Market.

Beyond that, perks include a rooftop deck, secured parking, a mighty 89 WalkScore, two balconies, fresh paint, and a kitchen and bath remodel within the past year. Also included is what’s described as the ability to “live tall” beneath what appears to be 12-foot, exposed ceilings. (Being neighbors with Neapolitan pizzeria Ammazza doesn’t hurt, either.)

But the deal isn’t without compromises.

The building’s angular Randolph Street facade.

The unit is classified as a one bedroom—but that room is contiguous with several others. There’s a single bathroom, and square footage (871) that many Atlantans might consider tight, even for a condo.

The building includes 39 lofts—this corner-unit sale is described as a rare opportunity—and nine retail slots. The monthly HOA commitment for this particular flat is $309.

Per the building’s website, those dues cover natural gas, water and sewer, and TV/high-speed internet, in addition to maintenance and landscaping, of course.

The condo listed this week through PalmerHouse Properties & Associates for an even $320,000.

The lofty feel, off the entry into the kitchen and dining area.
The updated kitchen, with hard surfaces that almost match the polished concrete.
Glass-fronted cabinetry and an island lit from underneath.
The layout, in panorama.
The bathroom, with atypical sliding door.
The long narrow patio, over dedicated parking.
Views from the rooftop deck.