A newly listed three-bedroom bungalow in Grant Park offers the perfect opportunity for the kind of people who wear "I Believe in Atlanta" shirts and hashtag every Instagram post with #FILA and #weloveATL. While it could hardly be construed as a "bad" area, Hill Street is still a mix of well-maintained homes and houses that are, well, a little rough around the edges. It takes a bit of vision to imagine just how incredible this area will be in a few years, but with that vision, this home's $275,000 asking price seems like a serious bargain. The Beltline's Southeast Trail, just a three-minute walk down the street, may be a barely distinguishable dirt path strewn with debris right now, but progress takes time, people. In the meantime, the buyer can wander over to Grant Park's namesake greenspace in less than 10 minutes to fulfill their walking, jogging and biking needs. The fully renovated 1925 bungalow has pull-out pantries, ample closet space and a spacious backyard deck. Features such as original hardwood floors and fireplaces are merged with modern touches like subway tiles in the kitchen, granite countertops and a Nest thermostat to make the home feel simultaneously classic and fresh.
· 980 Hill Street [Zillow]
· Hiking the Beltline's Ghostly but Promising Southeast Trail [Curbed Atlanta]