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Remodeled Ormewood Park bungalow from 1912 strives for $590K

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Numerous upgrades, a Beltline location, and a prime address make a heady combination for this property     

1912 bungalow suits Ormewood Park perfectly.
Follow the red brick path.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

Constructed in 1912, this Ormewood Park bungalow has entered the 21st Century with an expansive renovation that makes the most of the home’s 2,771 square feet.

Consisting of four bedrooms and three bathrooms, the home also includes features like built-in bookcases accompanied by a library ladder, sliding barn doors for the bedrooms, and skylights.

While the kitchen received plenty of attention, it’s the master bedroom—referred to in the listing as the “secluded master bedroom retreat”—that underwent quite a transformation.

In addition to the sleeping area, there’s also a sitting area, spa-like bathroom, and a walk-in closet with custom rack system and island that would rival any master closet in a house twice the size.

A double-sided brick fireplace spans the distance between the kitchen and living room, while a wrap-around front porch complete with swing surrounds the front of the home. Nice touch.

In addition, the home resides on a corner lot, which affords plenty of room for the new covered back porch and an oversized back deck that encompasses two levels.

Last but not least, the bungalow includes a single-car garage as well as off-street parking that may stay permanently occupied given the house’s proximity to the future expansion of the southeastern Beltline plus a number of parks, restaurants, and shopping destinations.

The layout isn’t without quirks, but it’s certainly a charming package overall, listed last week at $590,000.