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Seriously chill street smart vibes pervade UNIT at the trendy Stacks Lofts in the Historic Cabbagetown neighborhood. The compact studio unit with high ceilings, original brick work and exposed ducts has everything you need for a comfortable, savvy retreat in the heart of one of Atlanta’s most sought after neighborhoods. Warm lighting and a luxuriously painted dark accent wall make the lofty space feel cozy, yet lend a distinct city air to the space. Chunky knits and neutral tones throughout the condo make the space seem larger than it is, and the original recessed window bathes the space in natural light. Real plants and Edison bulbs add to the eclectic feel of the condo, and maintain the city cool charm of this desirable Stacks Lofts condo. Though picturesque, the condo contains everything you will need, from a fully equipped “L- Shaped” kitchen with an island to a spacious walk in closet and separate laundry room. Even more convenient in a historic building, the condo is on the ground floor! Cabbagetown is one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods, carved out by employees of the former Fulton Cotton Mill, located in this same building. Today, it is known for local art galleries, live music, and hip eateries as well as historic architecture and a distinct Atlanta culture.
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Hip Cabbagetown is an artsy neighborhood with cozy eateries serving burgers and hot dogs, brunch and Southern specialties. Colorful 1800s mill cottages with double-height porches line the narrow streets, and striking street art covers the Krog Street Tunnel, tucked beneath rail tracks. Oakland Cemetery features lavish 19th-century memorials and the grave of “Gone With the Wind” author Margaret Mitchell. This is a great neighborhood with a funky vibe, which also includes the Cabbagetown District, a historic district listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.