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170 Boulevard SE Unit H424
Atlanta, GA 30312
Welcome to the most elegantly remodeled home in The Stacks. Upon entering you will be struck by the light filled beauty of this true one-bedroom home. The soaring 15' + ceilings, massive industrial insulated windows, freshly painted brick walls, and recently refinished polished concrete floors provide true loft living. You'll love entertaining in this designer inspired, completely remodeled kitchen custom fitted with extra cabinets with soft close doors, new black stainless-steel appliances, quartz counter tops, tile backsplash, kitchen peninsula, modern spiral chandelier, and under counter lighting. Beyond its beauty, you'll appreciate the attention to detail and care taken to make this one of the most desirable homes in the community. The bathroom features a new vanity thoughtfully selected with lots of storage. Completely rewired with tons of additional lighting added throughout, a new HVAC (upgraded from 1.5 tons to 2 tons), and extra storage spaces created above the bathroom and bedroom closet, and custom window shades make this home completely move-in ready. The full-sized laundry room offers additional storage and the washer and dryer remain. Unit H424 is located on the quietest, most serene side of the building offering spectacular sunrises. Venture out to the rooftop deck where you'll be treated to vibrant city views and the most amazing sunsets. Originally built in 1885 as the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill, The Stacks is a gated community complete with an impressive fitness center, pool, and quaint courtyards. With easy access to I-20 and the downtown connector, you'll love being just minutes to the Beltline, Krog Market, Carroll Street, and all that Atlanta has to offer.
Listing courtesy of FMLS / Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International
Last updated Jan 19, 2022
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MLS# 6989800 —
Brick 4 Sides
Loft, Mid-Rise (up to 5 stories)
Patio And Porch Features:
2+ Common Walls
Brick/Mortar, Concrete Perimeter
Green Energy Efficient:
Green Energy Generation:
Beamed Ceilings, Elevator, Entrance Foyer, High Ceilings 10 ft Main
Cabinets Other, Kitchen Island, Solid Surface Counters, View to Family Room
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