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At classic Reynoldstown duplex project, one of last remaining offerings seeks $615K

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The historical-leaning exterior belies sleek interiors around the corner from the Eastside Trail.

A photo of classic exteriors in the core of eclectic Reynoldstown.
Classic exteriors in the core of eclectic Reynoldstown.
Keller Williams Realty

More than two years in the making, a collection of duplexes that altered the architecturally eclectic heart of Reynoldstown is winding down.

Just three of 14 units are unclaimed at the Reynoldstown Row project by Thrive Homes, which has risen from a mostly empty lot across the street from ParkGrounds and around the corner from the Beltline’s freshly opened Eastside Trail stretch, according to a listing this week.

At 2,003 square feet, this option is the development’s largest floorplan, counting three bedrooms and three and 12 bathrooms. The ask is $614,900.

Prices have gradually inched up throughout the planning and construction process, as is the Atlanta way. (These modern townhomes in Mechanicsville, for instance, that made a big deal of costing in the $200,000s are now asking as high as $399,000).

All units at Reynoldstown Row are paired as duplexes, and the classic detailing of the exteriors (see soffits) helps the project stand out, though it doesn’t clash with the restraint found within.

Beyond location, perks include pretty, wide-plank hardwoods, what’s described as European finishes and high-end lighting, and rooftop terraces with glimpses of downtown and Midtown in the distance. The prewiring for sound is a bonus for audiophiles.

It could be a solid option for house-seekers who value convenience, low maintenance, and Beltline accessibly—and who don’t mind shared walls at north of $300 per square foot.

The site, as seen last year, was the longtime home of The Stewart Center, which cashed in and moved.
Curbed Atlanta