A block from Ponce City Market, this 1940 four-bedroom flip appears to be the antithesis of a cheap renovation. To list a few of the rather uncommon perks, the home boasts Calcutta gold countertops, Brazilian tigerwood floors, Toto toilets, chef-grade appliances, Lutron lighting controls and three dishwashers. It's smack dab in the middle of that under-the-radar residential square bordered by Boulevard, Ponce de Leon, Glen Iris Drive and North Avenue. The backyard, as the listing agent puts it, is a "chic urban oasis," and that looks pretty accurate, what with the black bamboo koi pond and skyline views. Conversely, the modern porthole front door (and the extraterrestrial ceiling fan in the kitchen) might not be for everyone. The question is: Will the perks and the neighborhood's potential fetch the $599,000 asking price?
· 658 Kennesaw Ave. [Estately]
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