When it comes to Castleberry Hill real estate, “true loft living” is a phrase that’s often bandied about—and for good reason, given the neighborhood’s stock of historic residential conversions.
The listing description for this three-level pad on Mangum Street also deploys “gem,” which just might be equally appropriate.
Listed this week at $269,900, unit No. 12 at the historic, 12-unit Bottle Works Lofts building shows that Atlanta homes with inimitable character can still be had in the $200,000s in sought-after locales, for buyers willing to compromise in certain ways.
Keeping the price down, obviously, is the corner unit’s single bedroom and bathroom. But with so much volume from towering ceilings, and light from two-story windows, the space seems much larger than its 897 square feet.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building opened in 1914 and was converted to privately owned lofts in 1997, according to the Atlanta Intown Dwellings listing.
Today it counts Mercedes-Benz Stadium as a neighbor, along with the Reverb by Hard Rock’s bars and the under-construction, mixed-use Castleberry Park Apartments.
Beyond the walkable location, perks of living at Bottle Works include a stylish community deck in the backyard for dining, lounging, and socializing. Parking isn’t covered, but it’s gated.
Inside, there’s no shortage of exposed brick, lovely old flooring, and industrial-chic beams overhead. Monthly HOA fees are $262, per the listing.
The kitchen has been revived with quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. The lone shower also recently received some updating love.
“This loft is a gem!” the listing declares. And for buyers not seeking immense space or safe, generic style, that could ring true.
Head to the gallery for a closer look.
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