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 1⁄2 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.
- 313 Englewood Ave. SE [Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta]