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Deceptively large East Atlanta Village charmer seeks $600K

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Located near heart of the EAV, this 1947 Craftsman sports a much younger appearance inside and out.

Two-story blue house with covered front porch.
A fresh-looking facade belies age a few blocks from East Atlanta Village storefronts.
Virgent Realty

At first glance, this two-story 1947 Craftsman appears quite compact, but upon further examination it packs quite a lot into its 3,200 square feet.

In addition to five bedrooms and four bathrooms, the open floorplan contains a spacious living room overflowing with built-ins around the fireplace.

The many windows flooding every room with natural light certainly add to the spacious feeling, making even the smallest bathroom seem more than large enough.

Texture also reigns supreme throughout the house, from the exposed wood beams in the living room to the marble countertops in the kitchen to the variety of tile found in each bathroom shower.

One of the home’s best features is easily the covered back deck overlooking the fenced-in—and simply, nicely landscaped—backyard. That second-story private balcony off the master suite is a sweet addition as well.

Out front, the wide covered front porch and landscaped yard certainly complement the backyard counterparts.

The asking price of $599,900 is slightly higher than similar homes in the community. But it wouldn’t be surprising if this offering is in high demand, given its approachable style (rustic decor lovers, welcome to Eden), location in the East Atlanta Village, and close proximity to places like Ormewood, Glenwood, and Grant parks.