At the turn of the century factories were popping up all over the United States, but starting in the 1970s those factories began to shut down one by one. Many of them were built in what used to be the outskirts of major cities, but as populations expanded, those areas became desirable neighborhoods to live in. Enterprising real estate developers swooped in, transforming dilapidated buildings into private residences, with exposed brick, hardwood floors and giant windows that hint at the building’s past. Here are 15 condos and homes for sale that are located in converted factories, with prices ranging from $138,500 to $950,000.
Even better, these homes are all on the market now. Head over to Redfin and check them out.