This Old Fourth Ward flip is a study in modern deftness and that rustic, repurposed charm that's so popular with today's homebuyer. From old buildings like Ponce City Market (located down the hill and around the corner) to barn doors and salvaged metal, Atlantans can't seem to get enough of reclaimed things these days. As the agent stresses, the use of old materials makes this three-bedroom, two-bathroom abode the antithesis of a cookie-cutter renovation. Bits of the old house live on here: The original windows are living-room cabinets; the paint-stripped woodwork in the kitchen used to be exterior siding; and the barn doors are rough-sawn heart pine of yore. An artisan did the metal work on site. If the aesthetic looks familiar, it's the work of Saint Davis Builders, who flipped another home between Boulevard and Glen Iris Drive last year and — to our knowledge — originated the wine-bunker basement in Atlanta. Of course, this comes at a price — $539,000 — and while the 1,870 square feet might not be huge, the outdoor offerings are nothing to sneeze at.
· 533 Winton Terrace NE [Trulia]