Inside of what used to be a Masonic Lodge, this nearly 1,000 square foot condo offers one bedroom and one bath. But don’t let the small number of rooms fool you. Given its high ceilings (with exposed duct work), large windows, and open floor plan, this loft unit is bright and airy. There is also a balcony off the living room that provides plenty of room for outdoor seating.

The roomy kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances (as well as a large gas stove), along with ample counter space, and multiple shelves for storing larger pots, pans, and other cooking apparatus. 

Originally built in the 1920s, the building was converted over to condominiums in 2005 – although much of the initial aesthetics remain, like the black and white checkered floor in the lobby. Just some of the amenities that are included with this property are a spa and fitness center, as well as a community deck with plenty of space for larger gatherings. 

Located at 835 Locust Avenue (near downtown Long Beach), this one-of-a-kind residence is currently on the market for $564K (and monthly homeowner’s association dues of $430). Interested purchasers can schedule a private tour.