A few blocks from the Oakhurst Village stands this handsome, two-story Craftsman the listing agent rightly calls "an unspoiled classic." For $599,000, it should appeal to discerning buyers who covet modern convenience alongside creaky old boards and lived-in soul. Built in 1920, this former participant in the Decatur Candlelight Tour of Homes retains a boatload of period details — inlaid floors, built-ins, leaded glass, high ceilings — that lend it authenticity. It has four bedrooms, just two and ½ baths, and it's not excessively massive at 2,257 square. However, the "flex basement," spacious chef's kitchen and back deck are noteworthy perks. With a price point like this, you'd hardly call it a starter home, but that ship has long since sailed in this part of town anyhow.
· 140 Feld Ave. [Estately]
· For Nearly $1 Million, Oakhurst Abode Brings The Space [Curbed]