This three-bedroom, three-bath brick craftsman near the Beltline, PCM and all of the amenities of the area has chopped its price by $20,000 after nearly two months on the market. Built in 1920 and designed by Leila Ross Wilburn, Georgia's first female architect, the 1,663-square-foot home has a few features that would definitely be considered quirky (looking at you, apple-red walls, ancient-looking kitchen in the mother-in-law suite and green diner booths on an oddly painted elevated platform). But nothing that couldn't be fixed with a modest renovation budget. It has a spacious deck, private yard and convenient location, so what gives? Is it simply not worth the $479,900 asking price? Is the clutter in the listing photos making it seem unappealing? Has it been cursed by a malicious sorcerer?
· 1002 North Avenue [Zillow]