Adaptive-reuse fanatics of Atlanta could put their domicile where their passion is with this transformed former hardware store in Inman Park.
Located near the neighborhood’s namesake MARTA station, this property was built in 1968 among all those tony Victorians and was later repurposed with privacy in mind, per the listing. It’s touted as being "one-of-a-kind" and "unlike anything you have ever seen" — and such uniqueness comes at a price, of course, in this neck of the woods. That price being $799,000.
It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, unlisted square footage, tall industrial ceilings, what looks like some custom cabinetry, a few original warehouse windows, and a gallery’s worth of white wall space.
In the kitchen, a roll-up garage door opens to the screened porch and garden, all guarded by a thick screen of bamboo. Unique indeed.
This reformed store hasn’t sold for nearly 15 years, since it moved for $350,000 way back when.
- 1028 Edgewood Ave. [Virgent Realty]