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The ‘coolest loft’ in Reynoldstown is asking $399K

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Fronting the Atlanta Beltline, this 2006 dwelling is a modern rendition of a two-story loft 

Large two-story room with kitchen to the right, spiral staircase in the middle and floor-to-ceiling windows in the background.
The unit’s airy main living space.
Keller Williams Intown Atlanta

Don’t let the utilitarian brick exterior of this 2006 unit at Mill Town Lofts in Reynoldstown fool you.

Inside the 1,002-square-foot space, you’ll find all the characteristics shared by lofts of the era across the city. Think exposed brick walls, polished concrete floors, and high, arched windows.

The white and gray palette, steel staircase and railings, and exposed ductwork add a modern, industrial aesthetic to the loft, while the brick wall and wood cabinets bring touches of warmth to what’s promoted as the “coolest loft on the Beltline.”

Two bedrooms and two bathrooms make it suitable for singles, couples, or space-conscious families looking to make the move to intown living.

Recent updates include a new refrigerator, new dishwasher, and new washer and dryer.

Future residents could enjoy Atlanta’s warming weather from the private front deck or elevate their relaxation on the rooftop deck.

For monthly HOA fees of $349, the gated community’s amenities include a swimming pool, clubhouse, fitness center, and dog run.

Rooftop deck with wicker chairs, ottomans, and table.
Glimpses of the city’s skyline from the rooftop deck.

The unit also comes with two parking spaces. Given the home’s walkable proximity to the Beltline, Krog Street Market, dining, and more, it’s likely they’ll stay occupied often.

Listed with Keller Williams Intown Atlanta, the loft’s current asking price is $399,000.

Kitchen with dark wood cabinets, marbled black countertops, stainless appliances, and massive windows.
The kitchen features new appliances along with plenty of natural light.
Large two-story room with spiral staircase on the left, a large brick wall with arched windows in the back, and a kitchen off in the left back corner.
Thanks to massive windows, the loft is airy and bright.
And empty bedroom with large square window, two shelves on the left wall by the window, and a ceiling fan.
One of the two bedrooms.
A large empty room with a railing overlooking the living space below.
The upstairs bedroom opens to the living space below.
A bathroom with tub/shower combo, double vanity, and toilet.
One of the two bathrooms.
Exterior of three-story brick building with decks out front overlooking the parking lot.
The front deck overlooks the parking lot.