A beautifully restored Tudor in Morningside (on the interior, at least) just hit the market for $800,000, offering nearly 3,000 luxe square feet but no covered parking, unfortunately, for the high-class price.
To achieve that much space, however, the house has a front-yard appendage that doesn't exactly jibe with the historic aesthetics.
Featuring five bedrooms and four bathrooms, the renovation includes designer lighting, new windows, polished hardwood floors, a fresh paint job, new roof, and really nice finished attic area.
The basement, the listing states, "bears resemblance to an in-law apartment." Okay.
It’s clear the home employs many unique and fresh touch-ups that adhere to the old style (built in 1921) including exposed brick and beams from the original foundation.
The home is located near Virginia-Highland shops and restaurants, as well as Piedmont Park and Beltline access, Midtown, and Ansley Park.
- 1254 North Highland Ave NE [Zillow]