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Pristine Views in Old Fourth Ward Cost $57K

Those who gripe about the Old Fourth Ward's ballooning price points should peep this cozy one-bedroom condo with a viciously red kitchen and killer skyline views. (The latter feature is positive, the former not so much). The ask is an eye-opening $57,000, landing mortgage payments in the $200 neighborhood — the very definition of affordability. Let's hash pros and cons: The price is less than half what the unit went for in 2003, there's a renovated bathroom (granite vanity, y'all), hardwood floors galore, and we're guessing you won't find a junior Olympic Pool and onsite ATM at the Sovereign in Buckhead. Cons: 800 square-feet induces claustrophobia in most Atlantans, there's a dated vibe to the entire complex, and this pocket of the O4W is bordered by the sort of entrenched sketchiness that deters buyers. Still, it's a small price for miniscule commutes and sunsets over SunTrust Plaza. · 375 Ralph McGill Boulevard NE Apt. 602 [Zillow]