Around the corner from Little Five Points in Candler Park, we find this three-bedroom, three-bathroom bungalow that's become something of a head-scratcher. Despite the location, a $10,000 price-chop last month and the fact that it's been inventively renovated to suit the needs of today's buyers, this 1920 classic has languished on the market for more than 100 days, a relative eternity. What gives? Well, the common culprit that is sheer space doesn't seem to be a sticking point; Zillow lists the square footage at nearly 2,600. Perks include a whole-house sound system, a gourmet kitchen (sans range hood), a master closet you could park a car in and multiple outdoor gathering spaces that occupy the smallish backyard. Again, what gives? Could it be the bold paint and wallpaper choices in some rooms? The cramped laundry space? Is there a meth lab on the street? Or do buyers simply expect perfection with a home priced at $525,000?
· 452 Euclid Ter. NE [Zillow]