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Historic Core loft next to Spring Street Park seeks $599K

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Exposed brick and hardwood floors in a historic building

Photos by Pierre Galant Photography; courtesy of Thomas Alexander/Alexander Premier Properties

Inside the 1912 Rowan lofts building, next to the Spring Street Park, this 900-square-foot condo offers a chance to live in a historic structure that’s walking distance from a host of Downtown hot spots.

The unit has a row of sash windows set in an exposed brick wall, underscoring the vintage feel of the space. Light hardwood floors and high ceilings combine to help the unit look spacious.

The modern kitchen features Italian cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Just beyond the cooking area is the bedroom, which is set off from the rest of the space by an actual wall—not always a given in lofts. The bedroom has an ensuite full bathroom that holds a stacked washer and dryer.

The building’s residents enjoy access to a larger outdoor patio, two spas, a barbecue area. The condo also comes with an assigned parking space.

The unit last sold in 2009 for $301,000. It’s now listed for $599,000, plus HOA dues of $483 per month.