Atlantans with inferiority complexes (Woefully: "We'll never be Manhattan ? sniff, sniff ?") should take heed of living quarters like these. This 775 square-foot shoebox in the heart of Midtown is proof positive of Atlanta's affordability. Sure, the Cornerstone Village at Sixth and Peachtree streets ain't The Sovereign, but for a listing price of $99,000 it affords pretty much anybody a slice of the city's most vibrant district. Despite the broker's claims, it's not "perfect in every way," (see: black appliances) though shortcomings here are acceptable. It's decked with hardwoods and granite, and French doors open to a Juliette balcony overlooking the Biltmore. It's no studio, as there's a separated bedroom and bath. The gym falls on the dinky side, but the pool and surrounding patio appear ample. With an Estately-estimated mortgage payment of $353, this flat could make a suitable pied-à-terre, at least.
· 800 Peachtree St. NE Unit 1404 [Estately]