Atlanta is awash in pint-sized apartments for space-conscious city dwellers, but for those looking to buy and not rent, the pickings can be rather slim.
Enter this 610-square-foot condo in walkable, eco-conscious Glenwood Park. It’s elegantly decorated and marketed as a one-bedroom, which is true if divider walls constitute rooms now.
Fewer than 20 condos of this general size are for sale across the city right now, concentrated mostly in Midtown and Buckhead.
With its Juliet balcony and unexpected barn door, this condo offers city living at an increasingly rare price-point ($169,000) for a target market that probably includes singles, suburbanites seeking a pied-à-terre, or couples not prone to fighting.
Like the rooftop deck, proximity to Glenwood’s shops and eateries, along with the upcoming Beltline and Krobar, earn bonus points.
Some numbers of interest: Zillow pegs the HOA fees at $175 monthly. And this unit had traded for as little as $64,000 in the Dark Ages (2012). Time machine, please!
- 924 Garrett St. 308 [Redfin]