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$325 Craftsman Oozes Personality, In 'Hidden Gem' Locale

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Tucked between Howell Mill Road and Northside Drive, Berkeley Park might not be Atlanta's most celebrated intown 'hood, but it's still a hotspot for reasonable deals on solid homes. Exhibit A: this 1930 bungalow, which brims with classic, Craftsman funk. Maybe it's a stretch to call Berkeley Park a "hidden gem" as the agent does, but it offers gems, like this one, at prices like $325,000, like this one's. The home boasts three bedrooms, nearly 2,000 square feet and a deep backyard, all with a sort-of Westside location (hey, this isn't next door to The Optimist). Quirkiness comes out to play with the Smurf-blue porch and a tiled showed with a wacky arched ceiling. Given the setting, it all works. Added bonus: We're guessing, but this place could be equidistant to the original Flip Burger and Taco Bell. Take that, Inman Park.
· 800 Bellemeade Ave. [Estately]