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In downtown Atlanta, these views + 2 bedrooms = $395K

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Plus, top-notch aquarium walkability

The oft-overlooked Museum Tower at the cusp of Centennial Olympic Park offers Atlanta’s condo hunters spellbinding views from units that aren’t always ungodly expensive.

Perched on the 19th floor, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom pad seems to fit that billing. With 1,362 square feet, the condo isn’t small, and it includes a slickly updated kitchen (sans bar seating, though). A buyer could watch Midtown rise in the distance while washing dishes, or spy the iconic Atlanta Central Library from a bedroom.

Added perks: included are a 4-by-6-foot storage unit, two assigned parking spaces, and remote-controlled shades for those aquarium-like floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room, which could help atone for the small balcony. For cool city parents, the location grants admission to Inman Middle and Grady High schools

Built in 2003, this tower was something of a residential pioneer in the area, and its pool, gym, and sky park still look fresh.

It’s probably no coincidence, then, that the HOA fees ($508 monthly) could sting.