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Massive Inman Park traditional with walkable locale summons $1.35M

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Not as vintage as it may appear, sprawling five-bedroom counts “biggest master you've seen,” per listing

A large home for sale in the Inman Park section of Atlanta.
Porch for miles.
RE/MAX Metro Atlanta Cityside

This Inman Park offering has enough space for the upwardly mobile Atlanta family who doesn’t necessarily want to see each other.

With multiple living areas, basically a bungalow’s worth of home in the basement, and what’s described as the “biggest master you've seen, with double walk-ins,” this 5,000-square-foot goliath would permit private, divided cohabitation. If that’s a priority.

Positioned a literal stone’s throw from North Highland Pub and Folk Art restaurant, and bookended by beefy porches, this five-bedroom traditional isn’t as old as it may look at first blush, having been built in 2003. (It first sold, back in those days, for $699,000.)

Two weeks ago, it listed at $1.35 million.

From the range hood and steely pendants in the dual-sink kitchen to the many outdoor ceiling fans and pretty moldings throughout, the home is chockfull of big, bold finishes that befit so much space.

What’s described as an office or “away room” flanks the great room, set back from the formal living room, which then links to the full-sized dining room and a sort of side room with unknown purpose.

The full, finished basement counts 12-foot ceilings (that’s unique), with a media room, gym (or fifth bedroom), and full bathroom, all linked to the oversized garage.

The corner-lot locale is described in the listing as “one of Inman Park’s best streets,” which could be hard to argue. Its delectable 86 WalkScore reflects proximity to Little Five Points, Freedom Park, Inman Quarter, and the Beltline (three blocks).

It last traded two years ago for $945,000, though it appears to have undergone some cosmetic updates since.