This 2-bedroom loft in the Meter Building at 835 N. Wood in West Town just came on the market.
It has south and west exposure through its industrial windows.
The top floor loft has the features loft lovers crave including a ton of exposed brick walls, exposed duct work and 12 foot timber ceilings.
The kitchen has white cabinets and appliances.
It has central air, washer/dryer in the unit and garage parking.
While it is listed as a 2-bedroom, the walls for the second bedroom have been removed (the listing says they’re “easy to add”). But that leaves you with a large 1500 square foot wide open loft space.
What is better: listing it as a massive 1-bedroom loft or listing it with 2-bedrooms only to have it really be a 1-bedroom when buyers tour it?
Or are loft buyers too savvy to care?
Ivona Kutermankiewicz at Koenig & Strey Real Living has the listing. See the pictures here.
Unit #402: 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1500 square feet
- Sold in November 1993 for $139,500
- Sold in February 1999 for $195,500
- Sold in December 2000 for $256,000
- Sold in April 2004 for $342,500
- Currently listed at $385,000
- Assessments of $314 a month
- Taxes of $4309
- Central Air
- Washer/Dryer in the unit
- Garage parking included
- Bedroom #1: 25×14
- Bedroom #2: 14×12 (walls taken down)