On an Inman Park lane of lovingly restored homes, this bungalow from 1910 is summoning big-budget buyers who appreciate historic charm—and built-ins.
Around the corner from Little Five Points, and up the hill from the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, the four-bedroom residence carries an enviable 85 WalkScore. It offers a roomy 3,150 square feet, too, but other aspects prove that even $1 million around here won’t bag everything homebuyers are likely to want.
Beneath ceiling fans, the rocking-chair front porch offers almost complete privacy behind burly bushes. Which is nice. There’s off-street parking, but it’s an in-line driveway situation.
That leads to a foyer (with nifty bench), living room, and formal dining room highlighted by pretty old hardwoods. Deeper still is a kitchen billed as being fit for a chef, with views to the multi-level decks and tiered backyard, which has a swing-set and manageable lawn but lack of privacy—courtesy of chain-link fencing.
Inside is one understated room after the next, with a finished terrace level that continues the theme of built-in bookshelves—or shelves in general. Three total bathrooms span the house.
All told, the property offers a lot to admire in a primo location for a price. It listed this week at $90,000 over a cool million.
- 389 Sinclair Ave. [Atlanta Communities]