Located in the “hot Westview neighborhood and just steps from the Beltline” per the listing, this two-story Craftsman offering could be viewed as a great starter home or a relatively affordable way to score an intown address.
But so far, buyers aren’t biting. Let’s have a closer look.
Built circa-1920, the home carries the description of “cute” with ease, encompassing four bedrooms and three bathrooms, all with hardwood floors. As part of the recent renovation, it has a new HVAC system and updated electrical and plumbing throughout.
However, the real showcase in the updated house is the kitchen, which has been redone with 42-inch cabinets, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances.
There’s even a fireplace in the kitchen, one of four in the home. It’s not clear if these are functioning fireplaces, as there doesn’t seem to be room for an actual fire, and a chimney flue seems absent.
Another perk: Enjoying Atlanta’s pre-swelter weather would be a breeze from the home’s covered front porch and back deck that overlooks a fenced-in backyard. The collapsing fence back there, however, could be a red flag.
Of interesting note, there’s a tiny house in the backyard. It’s not clear if this tiny abode is a children’s playhouse or an actual residence of some sort.
The price stands at $319,000. And that’s after a rare price reduction in late April, which begs the question, “What's going on here?" Inquiring minds want to know.
- 435 Mathewson Pl SW [Area West Realty LLC]