BUILDING HISTORY: Opened in 1929, the church was designed by Louis Asbury, one of Charlotte’s celebrated pre-World War II architects inspired by Neoclassical and Gothic design. Asbury was one of Charlotte's first architects and, as the first North Carolina member of the American Institute of Architects, had a significant impact on the development of the organization in North Carolina. VILLA HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD: Nestled between 2 of Charlotte’s most popular neighborhoods, Plaza Midwood and NoDa, you'll enjoy the short walks to the Light Rail, Cordelia Park and excellent coffee shops, breweries, and restaurants. THE SPACE: The 2 bedroom, 2 bath loft boasts lots of natural light, beautiful decor and creative loft vibe in 967 sqft. Each room features a private desk and sitting area. The common area has a dining nook, bar with seating and plenty of plants. The building is very quiet as is the neighborhood with ocassional traffic sounds from the main street. This a sustainable home with extra care invested in high quality, natural and organic cleaning and beauty products, plastic-free alternatives, ethically certified linens, globally sourced artisan decor, renovated antiques and more. Please Note: This loft is on the second floor with no elevator. The side entrance takes you directly to the space up 3 short flights of stairs.
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