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Bright Lincoln Heights loft with wall of windows asking $499K

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The building is a converted Art Deco warehouse, built in 1925

Photography by Daniel Dahler Photography

This Lincoln Heights loft is located inside a, "1925 art deco former paint warehouse designed by architects of the Mayan & Wiltern Theaters," and later remodeled by the firm Brooks + Scarpa.

The ground-level unit has two entrances, one off the street, and another within the building. Visitors entering this 1,440-square-foot loft through the central atrium inside the former warehouse will find themselves on the middle level of the residence, occupied by the kitchen, dining area, and in-unit laundry machines.

From there’s it’s a few steps down to the high-ceilinged living area, which faces out toward the street with a whole wall of windows, allowing lots of natural light inside the space.

Upstairs is the bedroom, a lot of closet space, and a full bathroom. (The whole unit has one and a half bathrooms.)

The loft includes two side-by-side parking spaces and access to the building’s amenities, which include a gym and barbecue area.

Listing price is $499,000.