The Atlanta listings pool has recently produced a multitude of highly customized condos, especially in Midtown and Buckhead, which means multifamily dwellers are either sick and tired of builder-grade anything or the economy’s so good they have cash to burn.
In most cases, the interior redos have jacked up prices far above previous sales of the same units. Which begs the question: Is buying non-boring, pre-customized pads worth it?
At Midtown’s 905 Juniper building, this two-bedroom unit has undergone a pretty penny’s worth of updates and overhauls. Accordingly, it listed at $899,000 two weeks ago.
With a hair short of 2,000 square feet, it aims for that cozy, dark-walled, plush-curtained aesthetic with big-boy finishes in abundance.
The kitchen flaunts custom cabinetry of rich wood and refreshingly non-chrome light fixtures (and faucet). The city views (from a trio of balconies) are delightful.
The 92 Walk Score — designating a “Walker’s Paradise” — is included. As is the, gulp, $683 monthly HOA fee, per Zillow.
For buyers who can’t live without wine fridges, separate ice makers, paneled high-end appliances, white marble, and porcelain plank flooring, this spares the headache and time of adding such things. For a price.
- 905 Juniper St. Unit 608 [ANSLEY ATLANTA REAL ESTATE]