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170 Boulevard SE Unit: H523

Originally built in 1885, the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill was repurposed at the turn of the 21st century into one of Atlanta's most unique residential buildings, The Stacks. Truly a one-of-a-kind luxury loft, this residence, referred to as The Tower, impresses with a unique combination of modern finishes and original details. Comprised of exposed brick, wooden beams and expansive iron windows, this home offers stunning architectural details and sweeping 360-degree views of Atlanta. The loft sits atop the oldest standing building from the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill and is known as the property's crown jewel. Enter through an arched doorway, the most incredible room in this loft is the massive living area. The original brick structure consists of four sides of brick, which creates a 25’ x 25’ living/dining space with 71+/- foot ceilings. At the top level of The Tower (approximately 40 feet above the existing main living area), massive, arched windows on all four walls create an unparalleled panoramic view. Completely gutted and re-imagined by Joel Kelly Design, the galley-style kitchen offers a 16-foot ceiling, travertine counters, custom-built maple cabinetry, Miele appliances, including a five-burner gas cook-top, built-in oven & warming drawer. Nine-foot-tall pantry offers a storage & recycling area. Tranquil primary suite features exposed brick walls, 16-foot ceiling & two window passages into The Tower. Spa inspired bath with poured-concrete sink atop maple cabinetry, frameless glass shower lined with travertine tile & multiple showerheads and a deep soaking bathtub. Walk-in closet with an Elfa closet system. Popular Cabbagetown location seconds to Krog Street Market, Ponce City Market, Atlanta BeltLine & tons of popular shops & dining!
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