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$439K Reynoldstown charmer scooped up in a heartbeat

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Creative use of 1,500 square feet + backyard parking = recipe for quick contract

This 1920s Reynoldstown bungalow makes inventive use of space — both indoors and out — and judging by the way it went under contract lickety split, the ingenuity just might have paid off.

Firstly, Atlanta front porches don’t get much more charming than this. Note the views of crepe myrtles, the fanciful gates, the pod-like swings, and sky-blue ceiling that’s in keeping with tradition. It sets an appropriate stage for what’s to come inside — and out back.

Perks include wide-plank hardwood floors, touches of stained glass, and the detached office/studio/fourth bedroom in the backyard, which is attached to a two-vehilce carport concealed by an electric gate. Not too shabby.

This place listed at $439,000 on Friday and was under contract by the flipside of the weekend.

Nitpickers might quibble with the 66 Walk Score here, which smacks as low in such a compact and walkable district, but that number’s sure to climb once the concrete dries a couple of blocks west.