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Pics from Around Our 135-Year Old Loft in Atlanta

My husband and I live in Atlanta's historic Cabbagetown neighborhood.

We're just a couple of miles from downtown and about a mile from the birth home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The building we're in was originally built in 1881 as the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill. It was the economic heartbeat of Cabbagetown until it shut down in the 1970s. In 1999, a developer bought the old building and turned it into lofts.

Living in Cabbagetown is like living in a history book. We love our home and wanted to share a few pics with you here.

(P.S. Be sure to check out the drone shot at the very end 🙀.)

B.T. Harman

Photos by my good friend Sterling Graves

 

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B.T. Harman


 
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B.T. Harman

 

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B.T. Harman


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B.T. Harman


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B.T. Harman


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B.T. Harman


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B.T. Harman


 
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B.T. Harman

 

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B.T. Harman


 
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B.T. Harman

 

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B.T. Harman


 

Here’s our place by air with the ATL skyline in the background. You can see the state capitol building (gold dome) up and to the left.


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