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Westview Atlanta bungalow steps into modern era for $275K

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Extensive renovations abound in this 1930 home located near the Beltline’s Westside Trail

Front yard of a gray house in Atlanta’s Westview neighborhood.
A bungalow’s fresh face in Westview.
Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta

Built in 1930, this cozy bungalow recently underwent a large-scale renovation that left no spot untouched—except, perhaps, the driveway.

From the get-go, the house features a welcoming covered front porch that could serve as a great spot to catch up with neighbors.

The interior consists of three bedrooms, two and 12 bathrooms, a kitchen, dining room, and living room, all in a compact 1,412 square feet.

The kitchen received the lion’s share of the attention, with quartz countertops, subway tile, a stainless steel range with electric cooktop and matching stainless range hood, and a waterfall-edge, butcher-block bar top.

Hardwood floors run throughout except in the bathrooms, where tile reigns. Speaking of the bathrooms, the master bath includes a granite double vanity and glass, walk-in shower.

Outdoor enthusiasts will love the back deck leading onto the sodded backyard. An especially nice feature in this populated neighborhood is the privacy fence encompassing the backyard.

Off-street parking is available in the adjacent driveway, although it may not be crucial with the Beltline, MARTA, shopping, and even schools within walking distance.

All in all, the place exhibits quite a lot of change since it last sold in 2015, accounting for the current asking price of $275,000.

Given the growth in Westview—and a future that many are bullish on—this could prove to be a solid entry into the neighborhood.