This brick Colonial in Historic West End dates back to 1925, and with seven bedrooms — though oddly only two bathrooms — it offers those interested in the neighborhood a chance to own a once-grand dame. Inside, find 10-foot ceilings, original hardwood floors and molding, two fireplaces and, unfortunately, a whole bunch of junk. While definitely expensive by neighborhood standards — especially considering its current state — the home is fairly big on space (2,100 square feet) and has enviable proximity next door to the future Beltline trail. The listing agent's description, however, may be baselessly optimistic that the location will have a "trolley and MARTA stop planned for the near future." But for those who can look past the clutter, and who are keen on restoring historic homes in burgeoning areas, this could be a deal worth negotiating.
· 647 Atwood St [Estately]