When another of these spacious, live-work Glenwood Park townhomes hit the market a few weeks ago, the listing agent stressed how the community offered only five of them, and how they rarely become available. Well, here's another one — albeit slightly more traditional, much larger and a little more expensive than its tri-level cousin. Built in 2006, this four-bedroom big daddy has nearly 3,300 square feet, a street-level flex space that could be an office and surround speakers throughout. Despite the stained glass and plantation shutters it exudes the clean urban gusto that intown buyers covet. The community itself, while eco-friendly to the nines, might not be organic enough for everyone, and the $559,900 asking price could fetch a badass standalone home in most intown neighborhoods. But the lifestyle here would be low-maintenance, with a village literally at the doorstep. The Walk Score of 68 is sure to climb when the Beltline extends through this part of town. One day.
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