Minutes from the Italian Market and Broad Street, a Hawthorne loft that just listed offers high ceilings and oversized windows that really embrace the industrial aesthetic.
The two-bed, three-bath home just dropped on the market for $399,000, and it’s a beauty to look at—especially for those who like the repurposed factory vibe. Inside, polished concrete floors lead into a sleek, stainless steel kitchen with granite countertops and frosted glass cabinets. Travel further into the place—and down a few steps—into the living area, which offers 18-foot ceilings with windows that reach to the top.
A steel staircase travels up to the second story, which has hardwood floors and glass walls separating the bedrooms from the balcony that looks out over the living space. The bedrooms themselves also have hardwood floors, as well as exposed piping and concrete ceilings that add to the industrial aesthetic.
The price of the home isn’t bad for the area, but the HOA fees might trip you up—they amount to nearly $800 per month. Still, the 100-year-old place is worth a look, at least for those ceilings.
- 1101 Washington Avenue, #106 [Thomas Dilsheimer, Coldwell Banker]