Square Feet

Michelle Hotchkiss, real estate agent and mid-century fiend, has square feet and a nose for great property. Each issue she brings us her pick of Tucson properties for sale. Photos by Casey Sapio


Where it is: Ice House Lofts just east of downtown Tucson.


Michelle Hotchkiss. Photo by Casey Sapio

Listed by: RE/MAX Catalina Foothills 

The damage: $260,000

How many square feet? 1350

icehouse6 You'll love it because: It's a fab living option if you want urban, which downtown Tucson is very much becoming. And if you ever dreamed of living in a chic and private, low-maintenance, full-amenities complex close to downtown, this is your first and best option.

When I was  a kid I always dreamed of being among artists and the cosmopolitan by moving to New York City and living in a big, spacious, industrial loft converted to my avant-garde, minimal living space.  But then I got there, and those places were drafty, cold, dirty, and expensive. Or in a bad part of Brooklyn.  Or you had to share it with seven other starving artists.

This is not that kind of loft. These are not incomplete, live/work artist-style lofts. This conversion is a well-planned, rare sighting in Tucson.

icehouse4 Here comes the but: While it's "lofty" and spacious for a one bedroom, it's best suited for a bachelor pad. There's not much privacy, except for in the gorgeous custom master bathroom, designed by Tucson-based Baker + Hesseldenz.
* For more on Michelle, read her Atomic Tucson Facebook page or contact Michelle Hotchkiss, a RE/MAX Catalina Foothills Realty agent, here.




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