This historic Tudor, poised on one of Inman Park's most stately streets, is priced at nearly a million bucks. And it's essentially a fixer-upper, unless a buyer comes along who loves a very compartmentalized lifestyle. But the home's potential — like its 7,180 square footage — is enormous. Priced at $950,000, the seven-bedroom property is currently five rental units that draws $5000 in monthly income, including a guesthouse with a soaring great room. Back inside, the main home aches with original details like marble fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling oak pocket doors. The two-story foyer could pass for a Bavarian Saloon. It's tough to say how much destruction would be required to make this a contiguous home, but one thing is certain: That lattice-work around back should die a fiery death.
· 182 Elizabeth St. [Estately]