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In heart of Inman Park, half-million dollar condo looks like this

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Two balconies and an 89 Walk Score

This two-bedroom corner unit at the IPV Lofts lost virtually all of its privacy when the buzzy mixed-use hive that is Inman Quarter popped up next door. But such is city life, and that’s what curtains are made for.

Listed just after Halloween for $509,900, this condo is the building’s largest in this configuration, offering a rare double-dose of balconies that peer down on the commercial heart of Inman Park.

It counts 1,358 square feet and, for now, a ton of warm, vintage furnishings (and mounted speakers from another planet) that help soften the ubiquitous concrete.

Being adjacent to the Beltline certainly aides the 89 Walk Score, which helps validate this statement in the listing: “Imagine walking out your door to some of Atlanta's best restaurants/bars!” That comes at a price, and it’s worth noting the HOA fees are north of $400.

This pad hasn’t sold since the building first opened in 2006, when it fetched $355,000.