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Classic Avondale Estates Tudor Has a Lot Going For It

Established in 1924 when George Francis Willis bought a village called Ingleside and renamed it after the birthplace of Shakespeare, Avondale Estates remains one of Atlanta's most unique enclaves. Known to some as the birthplace of Waffle House, A.E. is perhaps better known for its collection of tudor style homes, one of which we look at today. The photos reveal interior architectural details and beautiful wood one might expect from a classic tudor, along with the more modern touches one would hope for, like a remodeled kitchen and bathrooms. Interestingly, this house is shown to have over 3500 square feet but just 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, which means there's a bunch of space to stretch out. In addition, there's a lovely outdoor space with a pool and deck to go along with the formidable collection of Avondale Estates community amenities, like the Swim & Tennis Club and Community Club. It's yours for an ask price of $435,000.

· 10 Covington Road [Keller Williams Intown]