Burgeoning Atlanta neighborhoods have been pockmarked by what some have called questionable renovations, but this updated Craftsman bungalow in the West End seems to belong to a different category.
At a hair over 1,000 square feet, it isn’t large. But neither is the $205,000 asking price, relative to other parts of town, although larger West End renovations are available in the same pricing ballpark.
Built in 1930, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom abode has the good fortune of standing two blocks from the Beltline’s under-construction Westside Trail.
Beyond the classic brick exterior, its perks include gorgeous hardwoods, built-in shelving, a classic clawfoot tub, and showers encased in marble. The listing promises a brand-new deck and updated garage, which ostensibly closes.
It’s a renovation so recent the stainless stove still has the blue protective tape.
“You will love the old character with the new modern amenities!” predicts the listing agent. And for buyers seeking anti-McMansions, that could be true.
- 1227 Oak St. NW [CB]