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In Ormewood Park, this ‘amazing,’ wood-fronted modern requires $650K

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Clean-lined four-bedroom overlooks future Beltline leg

A new modern house for sale in Atlanta’s Ormewood Park.
Where lawn and driveway mingle.
EXP Realty

Ormewood Park’s latest non-traditional offering is marketed as “amazing” new construction with views of the future Beltline. It’s basically a twist on the ubiquitous Atlanta New Craftsman, with cleaner lines.

Find this four-bedroom on dead-end Delmar Avenue, which neighbors the future Southside Trail. That offers a ray of hope the “Car-Dependent” WalkScore of 26—drastically low for an intown neighborhood—will one day improve.

Recently finished, the house has no shortage of outdoor space—a front porch, second-story balcony, and back deck sandwiched between the home and two-car garage.

Haters of trey ceilings should probably shield their eyes inside, though these lean more minimal that countrified. Next to what’s called a “super kitchen,” find a handy pantry with built-ins that’s anything but cramped, echoing the master closet upstairs.

Other high-points include the stylish standalone tub, Jack & Jill connectivity of secondary bedrooms, and a multitude of light-friendly windows throughout.

Counting 2,455 square feet, it listed this week at $649,900.

That shakes out to about $265 per square foot, which isn’t exactly a fire-sale but is considerably less than what other neighborhoods are experiencing for properties in the same vein.

In short: intown contemporary costs these days.