This traditional-style charmer in Grant Park is high on curb appeal and strategically located between the neighborhood's eponymous park and Georgia State University's pending overhaul of the baseball complex four blocks away. But the asking price of $534,900 could be a tall order for a home that's a hair over 1,600 square feet, according to property records, and with facets (especially bathrooms) that buyers will probably want to update. Nonetheless, the layout does include four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a roomy covered porch, two-car garage and black-ceilinged movie room, which you don't see often at this price point intown. For the home chefs out there, the kitchen boasts a gigantic Viking stove, and for families, the property has a large fenced yard, Tier 1 zoning for the nearby charter school and walkability to Major League Baseball — for another season. That being said, an hour's worth of tidying up before the listing photos were taken could've done the place a huge favor, visually speaking.
· 240 Sydney St. [Estately]