For Falcons fanatics who’d fancy rising from bed on Sundays next year and checking the tailgate scene at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, this sprawling Castleberry Hill pad could prove a suitable nest.
This sprawling, icy wedge of a 2,863-square-foot condo is among the largest at Castleberry Point, a uniquely shaped, brick building that had the unfortunate timing of coming to market in 2008.
Which probably helps explain why nobody has lived here yet, per the listing.
With three bedrooms and three and 1⁄2 bathrooms, this concrete-heavy space finally underwent its build-out this year. It offers 270-degree views of the stadium and downtown, elegant bathrooms, plenty of bone-chilling minimalism, and huge sliding windows (or are they patio doors?) guarded by cable wiring.
The expansive, dual-sink kitchen with its wine fridge and wet bar is primo, but it’s just one example of a room that may have benefited from adventurous, colorful backsplash tile or something.
The listing agent questionably classifies the $739 monthly HOA fee as “low,” but it’s par for the course with this much urban space.
Other pertinent facts: 84 Walk Score (thumbs-up emoji). And $599,900 is the price.
- 333 Nelson St. Unit 300 [Coldwell Banker]