A 655-square-foot condo might not qualify as "micro" in New York or San Francisco, but when there's a damn bed in the living room in Atlanta, it's certified micro gold. For clutter-free single people, this 19th-floor studio at The Windsor — that 1965 high-rise relic — could be affordable, urban ownership at its finest. The ask is $92,500, and that buys rich hardwood floors, a barn door on the bathroom, a stellar 90 Walk Score and Fox Theatre views from what the listing falsely calls "one of the largest balconies in the ATL." Like Chinese restaurants and defunct Blockbusters, the condo employs that mirrored-wall effect for faux depth. You might have to shimmy in there, but the updated kitchen is sleek, with a hanging pot rack for spatial maximization. Be warned that the $409 HOA fees could eclipse the mortgage payment, but at least they include access to the dated lobby and billiards room with drop ceilings — and the only amenity that really matters to mini-condo minimalists: an in-house Laundromat!
· 620 Peachtree St. NE Unit 1916 [Estately]