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‘Reynoldstown Row’ townhouses are moving in the $500Ks

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14-unit duplex project is “located at the epicenter of the Memorial Drive corridor and the Beltline”

A rendering of townhouses by Thrive Homes in Reynoldstown Atlanta.
A decidedly traditional approach.
All images: Thrive Homes

A 14-unit townhouse project that launched late last year in the core of residential Reynoldstown is seeing action on the contract front.

Three units across the spectrum at Reyoldstown Row — from the smallest (1,686 square feet) to largest (2,003) — are under contract, according to developer Thrive Homes’ website.

Prices for the Mauldin Street venture, located across the street from ParkGrounds coffee shop and dog park, span from a hair over $500,000 to an eyelash under $600,000. All units, paired as duplexes, have either two or three bedrooms.

The developer describes the location and aesthetic as follows:

“Located at the epicenter of the Memorial Drive corridor and the Beltline, and less than one mile from Krog Street Market is Reynoldstown Row, [which is] nestled in the heart of vibrant Reynoldstown,” promo materials read. “Reminiscent of historic urban row homes, each residence echoes an era of neighborly front porches and stately architectural soffit detail.”

Finish options include Circa lighting, Bosch appliances, steam microwaves, wide-plank flooring, and rooftop terraces with outdoor kitchens and fireplace tables, per Thrive Homes.

Below, see an elevation rendering and floorplans for one of the larger units (three bedrooms, a smidgen over 2,000 square feet, and $599,900 price).

And an overview: