Unique. One-0f-a-kind. Eclectic. Urban. If cookie-cutter spaces in the ‘burbs are not for you, you have two options in the city of Dayton- buy a historic home, or buy a condo at Cooper Lofts. And there are loft spaces and there are loft spaces, but this is true loft living and that is very hard to find in Dayton. From the gleaming Oak floors, to the warm muted colors, open floor plan, exposed duct work and structural elements, huge windows and great views, Cooper Lofts #409 is unique even among unique spaces.
The first floor is open space with living room, dining room, and kitchen area. The kitchen is modern and clean, open but still warm and intimate, and has been updated with gleaming black granite counter tops. The counter tops, sink, and cook top are two years old. The east-facing window/wall lets in natural light and from the 4th floor vantage point, you can watch the sunrise or the city lights from the island. Those rich light Oak floors are carried throughout the lower level, blending the entire space together, while the pillars and ceiling detail create specific living areas. A remarkable space for entertaining guests or clients. Very hard to find in the city of Dayton, this is a true loft bedroom! Open to the first floor, and yet, not exposed, this loft space is where dreams are made. The vaulted ceiling and wall of windows keep this bedroom exciting and fun. Previous owner used this as an office and, like a true city-dweller, used the Murphy bed on the first level for sleeping. Even in this space, you have some flexibility with how you use it. The current owner uses the loft as both bedroom and office, and added original artwork by local Dayton artist Stephanie Williams to make the already eclectic space even more interesting. A large walk-through closet leads to the master bath.
Looking for details? www.CooperLofts409.com with give you a complete photo tour, then call Theresa Lussier, Realty Central, 937.343.1411.