This renovated 1935 bungalow overlooking Historic Fourth Ward Park is back on the market — for $100 more than before. A few days after we'd featured this character-rich, 4,000 square-foot home around Thanksgiving, it was pulled from the market; the new selling tactic appears to include a gentle price nudge, enhanced listing photos and broker babble with more abbreviations than a caffeinated teenager's texts. There are four bedrooms, four baths and, in the parlance of its previous Realtor, "a very discriminating level of finish." With its three-tiered deck and walled-in privacy, the backyard is worthy of its "oasis" description. The property sits at the epicenter of Atlanta's intown rejuvenation, with walkable dinning and shopping options set to explode next year. Which makes it hard to understand the difficulty in selling, unless the over-$400K price is a deterrent in the otherwise red-hot O4W.