This rehabbed bungalow in Historic West End is aiming to go where almost no nearby property has recently gone.
Built in 1925, it occupies a double corner lot on Beecher Street, a stone’s throw from the West End MARTA Station, Beltline’s Westside Trail, and Adair Park. As the listing boasts, it's been the subject of a home-improvement magazine feature.
Does that warrant a $375,900 asking price? Time will tell.
Inside the bold bungalow, a total rehab has retained the floors and fireplace — and taken open-concept to the extreme. The centerpiece is a large hearth that used to serve four separate rooms. All the wall annihilations have left just two bedrooms among these 1,900 square feet, however.
Here’s food for thought:
According to Zillow data, the only single-family West End home to recently break the $300,000 threshold was a 4,800-square-foot "mansion." That property traded in July for $305,000.
Maybe the market has really heated in recent weeks. Or maybe this is a case of Beltline Fever in need of Robitussin®.
- 949 Beecher St. [Redfin]