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In Old Fourth Ward, fresh batch of townhomes aims for $700K+

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8-unit Angier Townhomes is a Frisbee’s toss from Historic Fourth Ward Park, which prices reflect

Four new townhomes in the Old Fourth Ward section of Atlanta.
 
Images: Angier Townhomes

This small crop of Old Fourth Ward townhomes hopes to capitalize on a location that’s tantamount to a millennial Shangri-La.

And they have prices—north of $360 per square foot—that could prove location is still the undisputed champion of intown real estate.

Angier Townhomes is described as a “quaint community” of premium, semi-detached residences located maybe a 10-second jog from Historic Fourth Ward Park—that is, where “all the amenities, restaurants, and entertainment options you could ever desire ... are right at your fingertips,” per marketing materials.

Half of the development—the four street-facing units—has been standing since the neighboring parkland was a blighted post-industrial hellhole.

Rendering of the living-room level’s plan.
The rooftop level.

The project’s back half is coming to market now, offering fenced little yards, hardwoods galore, and posh-looking rooftop decks with gas lines for fire pits and grills.

Spanning four levels, the units range between 1,914 and 2,009 square feet.

A three-bedroom offering with the middle-sized floorplan (1,994 square feet) emerged this week at $719,900.

One aspect in particular should prove magnetic for empty-nesters hungry for lock-and-leave lifestyles: The condo association here covers all exterior building and landscape maintenance.

So Saturdays could be spent gorging on expensive pork belly and not mowing grass.

The project’s location, relative to O4W’s newfound wellspring of amenities.
Angier Townhomes

Lastly, a look at floorplans for the $719,900 unit in question: