This Inman Park Craftsman, sandwiched between Little Five Points and Freedom Parkway, has a lot of period charm — and an abundance of entry/exit points. Currently configured as a duplex, the home might be double the domicile fun, but it isn't limiting itself to one period. The lower floor unit contains original detailing from 1930, with gorgeous (non-functioning) fireplaces, molding and hardwood floors. Upstairs, however, you'll find a little slapped-together funk from the 1980s, with white laminate kitchen cabinets, a multi-tiered master suite and wince-worthy, faux-stone tile. The listing says the home would be "easily" converted to a single-family residence, though the upstairs is probably a gut-job for anyone actually serious about the endeavor. With the benefit of its duplex-worthy size (nearly 3,800 square feet), the ask is $725,000, and will get the new owner six bedrooms, five bathrooms and — count 'em — five parking spaces.
· 1070 Colquitt Avenue [Estately]