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Kensington home in converted Ribbon Factory asks $275K

It’s an industrial-style home with plenty of wood and brick

Kensington and its surrounding neighborhoods, are no stranger to industrial-style homes. The design, which often features elements like exposed beams and oversized windows, can be found frequently throughout the area.

That’s certainly the case in this home at 2551 Trenton Avenue, which just came on the market for $275,000 and offers up a prime example of the popular style

The one-bed, one-bath home sits in the 100-year-old repurposed ribbon factory in Kensington. The living area features soaring ceilings, which are accented by exposed wood and pipes. A brick wall on the far end of the room has 10-foot windows that let in plenty of light, while an open floor plan serves a reminder of the building’s factory past.

A sleek white bathroom and a bedroom—with yet more exposed beams—sit in the back of the apartment. There’s even a washer and dryer in the unit.

The home has seen a slight price hike since the last time it listed in 2010 for 205,000, and it requires HOA fees of $250 a month.

If you’re interested in checking it out for yourself, there’s an open house from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.