B = $1,550/mo.
With 1,200 square feet, B has an expansive living room that's enhanced by the wow factor of the 21-foot-high wooden ceiling and huge 8-foot windows. Take the stairs to the second story above the bathroom and walk-in closet to a full-height loft perfect for a bedroom or office. Exposed trusses and brick, 1910 hardwoods, two-seater island in the granite kitchen, and the roomiest best-looking custom-tiled shower, B is a must-see home.
C = $1,850/mo.
1,660 square feet makes for living space galore in this one bedroom with 1.5 baths. The bedroom suite downstairs has a walk-in closet and master bath with granite-topped vanity, custom-tiled shower, and linen closet. Upstairs is the 22'x15' loft for a second bedroom or any use you please. There's a powder room downstairs and welcoming spacious entry, too. Original wainscoting beneath 8-foot windows, granite kitchen with an island with pullout pot drawers, and a wonderful eyebrow window in the exposed brick add to C's character and modern-day convenience, making it quite exceptional.
D = $1,700/mo.
2 bedrooms and 2 full baths, D is sophisticated, delivering stylishness with a twist. Original heart-of-pine floors and wainscoting throughout, there are also 8 windows. All 8 have original trim and a made-to-order shade in each. The master suite boasts a large bath with double sinks, granite, and a custom-tiled shower as well as a walk-in closet big enough for a shelf-unit organizer in addition to hanging. Windowed second bedroom has an extra-long closet. Custom-tiled tub/shower in guest bath rounds out the luxury whereas the 21-foot wooden living-room ceiling contributes the pop.
E = $950/mo.
An exposed brick wall 14 feet high has impact, and that's what gives E its character and charm. A 600-square-foot one bedroom with one bath, there's plenty more to like with granite, schoolhouse pendants, a custom-tiled shower, and super-high ceilings.
F = $1,075/mo.
One bed, one bath with extras, F has 650 square feet with a walk-in closet, oversized bathroom, and separate laundry room. There's also a bonus room in the attic that's accessible by pull-down stairs. With its extras plus 14-foot ceilings and windows at regular height but also a frosted double-sized window at the level of a second story, F exudes an inviting airiness mixed with the clean lines of urban contemporary.
We have only one vacancy at this time.
Thank you for your interest.
DOWNTOWN RENTING AT ITS FINEST
We have only one apartment available for rent:
The 'C' is our largest apartment and it will be available July 1.
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Built in 1910, the historic Horton Building is located on the tree-lined corner of First and Kirk in central downtown Roanoke, Virginia. Extensively rehabbed and completed in 2015, the building now boasts 6 achitecturally striking top-line rental apartments, Horton Lofts. Offering the freshest modernity combined with meticulously restored nods to the past, these apartments are splendidly unique and have the finishes it takes to be first-rate. 21-foot wooden ceilings. 8-foot windows. Original heart-of-pine floors and wainscoting. Exposed beams and trusses and brick. Beautifully custom-tiled showers. Granite in the kitchens and baths. Stainless steel fittings. 1910 window trim surrounding architectural-grade well-insulated windows that were just installed. Brand-new roof insulated to an R-value of 39 for excellent energy efficiency. New electric, HVAC, appliances, sprinkler system. Elevator. 24-hour security with cameras and a call box that rings your cell phone. Monitored centralized fire-alarm system. Each apartment has a washer and dryer, plus attention to such details in the kitchens as pullout pot drawers and trash bins, undercabinet lights, counter-depth refrigerators with ice-makers, undermount stainless sinks, self-cleaning ovens, dishwashers, built-in above-stove microwaves with downlights, and soft-close clear-maple cabinetry. Monthly parking is conveniently located in the Church Avenue City Garage, with a pedestrian entrance across the street from the Horton Building and abated parking for downtown residents at $25/month. Horton is a scant two blocks from the daily historic downtown market, one block from a Jefferson Street trolley stop (trolley runs between the market and VTC every 15 minutes and is free), walkable to the Taubman Museum of Art, and steps from restaurants, shops, music venues, and art galleries. Exceptional luxury apartments in a highly desirable location, Horton Lofts is indeed downtown renting at its finest!