With its quintessential sweet-tea porch, stained glass and charmingly antiquated fireplaces, this Grant Park bungalow sends some perplexing mixed messages: While the listing agent dubs it a "fully renovated beauty," various listing services and property records indicate it was built anew in 2008, which could mean it was renovated to the point of basically being replaced. In any case, this recipient of an Urban Design Commission award is flat-out gorgeous, exemplifying the vintage-meets-modern "shabby chic" aesthetic Atlanta is known for. From the airy grand foyer to the random outdoor shower, this 3,000-square-foot looker probably seems like Eden to Atlanta's claw-foot tub set. The asking price of $649,900 would land four bedrooms, three bathrooms (at least two of them accentuated by antique vanities) and a location a couple of blocks west of the neighborhood's marquee park. It also makes this the
most second-most expensive single-family home for sale in Grant Park right now.
· 310 Augusta Ave. SE [Estately]