This new listing at Mathieson Exchange Lofts in the middle of Buckhead is being boldly marketed as a “little slice of NYC” and the premiere one-bedroom, one-bath floorplan throughout the building.
Speaking of the building, it’s a 16-story mid-rise with just shy of 100 units, built during Buckhead Village’s roaring nightlife heyday of 2001.
Most bars of the era might be long gone, but walkable options remain bountiful around here, as evidenced by the strong 90 WalkScore.
This particular offering has 1,015 square feet and a bedroom with a partial wall. The listing optimistically points out how that means access to the lone bathroom from the living room is direct.
No arguing with the loftiness of these 12-foot ceilings and concrete or the general awesomeness of the 700-square-foot patio. It might not be the most private space, but customizations include a wood deck, wiring for televisions, “high-grade turf,” and a new waterline for all sorts of purposes.
A personal storage unit comes with, and all light fixtures are staying, the listing notes.
The $389 monthly HOA fees gain access to a rooftop hang, gym, pool, and concierge. The asking price with Ansley Atlanta Real Estate is $474,900.
An added bonus, as the listing agent notes: “The best place to watch the sunset in Buckhead!”