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Fab contemporary Eastside loft chops $20K off asking price

Open-plan home with balcony and views in hopping entertainment area now $445K

If you've been dreaming about an O.G. 1980s loft created from a former warehouse but asking prices are a little out of reach, check out this great one we profiled in May. It just dropped its asking price $20,000.

This one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom space on in the heart of the East Sixth Street entertainment district can boast that it's a truly old-school loft conversion. The two-story building it's located in was originally a produce warehouse in the 1980s and was converted to the kind of open-plan residence typical of the loft style in 2007.

The two-story end unit measures 1,228 square feet and has with 16-foot ceilings upstairs and 10-feet ceilings downstairs. Its open floor plan means the only interior doors in the loft are to the bathrooms.

The loft has a big balcony space and downtown views. In what was once a working warehouse district, it now has entertainment options all around, including restaurants and bars, newer mixed-use buildings with ground-floor retail, and the eclectic offerings around the now-developing Saltillo Plaza and the existing commuter rail stop a couple of blocks away.

1305 East Sixth Street, Apt. 14 [Redfin]