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Old Fourth Ward flip not your average ‘townhome’

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2,000 square feet with a shared backyard and roof

A townhouse in Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward neighborhood.
A double-take on O4W semi-detached living.
Keller Williams Intown Atlanta

Built in 2000, this recently resuscitated Old Fourth Ward property is being marketed as the “perfect” set of townhomes. Because that sounds better than “duplex”?

Here, front doors (the left one, in this case) open to reveal 12-foot ceilings and a rather vast living room that flows into a new kitchen. The island doesn’t look particularly stool-friendly, but there should be ample space for anything less than Lancelot’s table. Gleaming wood floors abound.

Elsewhere among these 2,500 square feet, the master bedroom (one of three) has the requisite spa bath, and the elevated “entertainer’s patio” is both large and prewired for TV and sound.

There’s a two-car garage with gated access and a legit backyard with the antithesis of privacy. (It might behoove buyers to be social people).

The property in March, prior to its spruce-up and modern-style neighbor.
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It’s all about a block from Boulevard, joining a groundswell of renovations and new construction up the hill from Historic Fourth Ward Park and Ponce City Market. Allergies to neighboring parking lots could be an issue.

The other half is also for sale, at the same price ($599,900) and size.

The property as a whole last sold in March for $360,000.

Ponce City Market

675 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast, , GA 30308 (404) 900-7900 Visit Website