Carved out of a 100-year-old building, this airy pad stylishly blends the past and the present.
A dazzling piece of Detroit history is now up for grabs. Located in what was once an early 1900's schoolhouse, the converted one-bedroom loft is chock-full of timeless charm, such as built-in cabinets that were once part of the original classrooms. A wall of windows also pulls natural light into the open space, which spans 1,360 square feet.
Originally known as the Nellie Leland School, the 1918 structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002, after which time the space was converted into residential apartments. Merging the past and present, the units boast ample modern amenities while maintaining original detailing and turn-of-the-century charm.
The apartment also comes with a private storage cage and designated garage parking, as well as access to the building's community rooftop deck. Scroll ahead to see inside the latest loft to hit the market, currently listed for $324,000.