Looking fresh and bright, a third floor unit in a 1960s 26th Street highrise has hit the market in South Buckhead. While units farther south along Peachtree Street command top dollar, the one-bedroom, one-bathroom at Brookwood Park is asking just north of $100,000. The building is a bit dated, sure, but the unit has been updated with a new kitchen and fresh paint. With an attached sunroom and attractive built-ins, the bedroom shows well, and overall the unit feels light and airy. Sitting on a grassy hill at the Brookwood Split, just off Interstate 75, the building is hugged by the interstate and railroad tracks that, one day, will form part of the Beltline. While the close-in Brookwood location is solid, the street and highway configuration is known to result in major traffic issues. However, for just $107,500, the unit could be a suitable landing spot for cash-conscious intown hopefuls. And while the $435 HOA fees are steep, they cover almost everything, including pest control.
· 130 26th St., Unit 304 [Estately]