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Inman Park Edwardian gem seeks $1.5M at cusp of Little Five Points

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Fanciful four-bedroom dates to 1905

An Edwardian masterpiece in Atlanta’s Inman Park neighborhood.
Where minimalists need not dare venture.
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The historic statement houses of Inman Park don’t get much grander than this.

Priced at $1.45 million, this Edwardian four-bedroom from 1905 is meticulously renovated and highly detailed, with one baroque room and fanciful nook after the next—enough to give devout minimalists hives.

Even the garage looks like an upscale dollhouse.

It’s perched on a knoll where IP rises up to meet Little Five Point, a location that boosts the strong WalkScore of 88.

Among these 5,064 square feet, find seven working fireplaces, achingly detailed stained glass original to the home, and a bounty of elaborate sink pedestals.

Perks include a third-floor entertainment room, a sprawling porch fit for most any proper soiree, and the carriage house around back, with its apartment and mother-in-law studio suite. The oasis of a yard, the listing stresses, has 39 trees.

Like the general, cheery color scheme, the style won’t be for every buyer, but everyone can probably agree an Atlanta home this old, in this condition, should be applauded.