The cheapest (tastefully updated) abode in Druid Hills is a tile-roofed charmer with an interior the seller describes to Curbed as "Spanish country meets rustic industrial." It won't list until Saturday, but find a five-photo preview below.
On Briarcliff Road, up the way from Virginia-Highland and around the corner from Emory, this three-bedroom adobe from 1929 isn't necessarily cheap at $475,000, but it could be the least expensive entree into this part of town for a stylish, turnkey, standalone house.
It has two bathrooms, a sunroom, cozy breakfast nook, and what previous listings have errantly pegged as being between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet. It sold for $319,000 last May, prior to the Spanish-country-rustic-industrial makeover.
And below, see the home as pictured in a Zillow listing last May: