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Pint-sized Old Fourth Ward bungalow costs $450K

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But it’s big on style

Promoted as an alternative to intown condo life, this revamped Old Fourth Ward bungalow from the 1930s packs big style points into a diminutive space.

And it’s gunning for a price in the neighborhood of $430 per square foot.

Plusses include the practically Beltline-adjacent location (thus, the 90 Walk Score), the ample front and back porches, soaring ceilings in the living room (plus 10-foot ceilings throughout), and a waterfall kitchen island befitting a McMansion. Those undulating shower tiles are pretty groovy. And the under-house storage is a perk, too, especially when space is at such a premium.

Speaking of, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom abode counts just 1,043 square feet and zero off-street parking. Which might not matter for small-boned buyers exclusively reliant on what the listing refers to as "Beltline Cruisers."

The asking price is an even $450,000.