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Latest Atlanta Beltline-touting renovation in Chosewood Park seeks $350K

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Updated 2005 property touts skyline views, forthcoming retail

A renovated Craftsman-style home in Chosewood Park in south Atlanta.
From this perch, downtown is seen over yonder.
Keller Williams

Just south of Grant Park, the latest Chosewood Park renovation looking to capitalize on the future is a sizable house that, relatively speaking, won’t cost Atlanta house-hunters an arm and a leg.

Listed last week at $349,900, this renovated Craftsman-style offering from 2005 is loaded with upgrades and has downtown skyline views, the listing agent tells Curbed Atlanta.

Like other recent offerings in the vicinity, it touts down-the-street proximity to the forthcoming The Beacon warehouse redevelopment and the Beltline’s Southside Trail, which is in planning phases with no definitive timeline.

Inside the reinvigorated three-bedroom, recent updates have added touches more attuned to current tastes, from the fireplace surround to the kitchen with a wavy backsplash and sleek hardware (and even, uh, stainless steel drawers).

Other pertinent numbers: 1,750 square feet, two and 12 bathrooms, and one standalone soaking tub. The third bedroom is staged as a flexible bonus room, and the cozy back deck looks ripe for expansion.

Interesting price history: The home initially sold when built for $245,000, a year later for $289,000, and for as little as $60,000 in the rut of 2009.