Let's face it: You're alone, and you're looking for somewhere to live. Alone. You may or may not have a lover this Valentine's Day — we'll give you the benefit of the doubt — but you're nowhere near the let's-build-a-moderately-sized-nest-together stage of the relationship. You are, again, alone. But you know what? We're here for you (in a platonic sort of way). Check out this shortlist of NYC-tiny Atlanta properties for sale. And who knows — you may be cuddled up on the couch in one soon. Alone, of course.
— By Curbed Atlanta contributor Tyler Estep
This studio in Virginia-Highland is super small — we're talking 407 square feet. On the plus side, the interior is perfectly fine, and it's walking distance to the Beltline, Highlands hot spots and those lonely nights at the Clermont Lounge. Also important: an ask of just $89,000.
This first-floor condo in Midtown's Tuscany complex weighs in at 715 square feet. For $149,900, you get one bedroom, one bathroom, hardwood floors and some solid kitchen amenities. Situated on Juniper Street just off 10th, you'll be close to plenty of nightlife to find that special someone.
For the especially depressed, this light-soaked condo in Virginia-Highland could work wonders. A precise 718 square feet and a "bonus room" mean you may not feel too cramped, and, once again, you're not far from plenty of restaurants and bars — in this case, a new Flip Burger location, the Highland Inn, Manuel's Tavern and more.
It's small (especially for a house), but this 728 square-foot crib in Boulevard Heights actually offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms. (And dual shower heads that practically spray right into each other.) It's quite nice inside and comes with a healthy front porch and a biggish backyard. Another perk, especially if you're all alone: You get to live near a former state prison!
Perfect for a lonely student, these top-floor digs in Midtown are walking distance to Piedmont Park and have a very simple, my-first-condo kind of vibe. For all those quiet nights ahead, 750 square feet includes a study nook, where you can read all of those books and use your computer (for, you know, school stuff).