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In Old Fourth Ward, Quintessential 1920s Bungalow asks $635K

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For buyers with budgets north of $600,000 who covet walkability and Atlanta's quintessential style — the big-porch bungalow — this updated 1920s relic could do the trick. Unlike some Roaring Twenties counterparts around town, the style seems understated overall, with 10-foot ceilings downstairs and abundant wood flooring that helps warm so many grey rooms. Additions that have maximized the square footage (2,317) and added upstairs sunshine via skylights are imperceptible from the quaint front façade. The professionally landscaped yard leads back to a two-car garage, accessible via an alley. The "ideal street" touted in the listing is off Highland Avenue, a block or two closer to Boulevard than the Beltline. But the proximity to so much lends an admirable Walk Score of 85. With this much space, two bathrooms and three bedrooms, the rooms must be as large as the listing asserts. All yours for $635,000.

· 293 Prospect Place NE [Estately]