This 113-year-old dwelling in Inman Park lasted just several days on the market before someone took notice.
Currently in the due diligence period of a pending sale, the home has original hardwood floors, lofty ceilings on the main floor, reclaimed mill work, and a renovated kitchen. It offers (just) three bedrooms, two and 1/2 bathrooms, and 2,504 square feet of classic, old beauty.
Despite having been listed at $779,900, this vintage offering looks frankly like a million bucks.
The photos show an interesting living space with those rich, glossy hardwoods, big windows and a master suite that has a sitting area and fireplace.
Step outside, and there’s a big front porch where one can just envision the home's previous generations stepping out for a smoke or glass of sweet tea.
Walk around the house, and there’s a carport and driveway. In the way back, best of all, there’s a gorgeous pool (albeit largely shaded) and hot tub. Oh yeah, and it’s a half-block from Krog Street Market and two blocks to the Beltline.
So, in other words, a bidding-war magnet like this hardly lacks for selling points.
- 763 Dixie Ave. NE [Harry Norman]