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Near Cascade, perky bungalow renovation is beckoning $285K

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1930s redo is marketed as a “classic” around the corner from the West End and Beltline

A bungalow renovated and for sale in Atlanta’s Cascade neighborhood right now.
A porte-cochère revived in Southwest Atlanta.
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Nothing says, “Come hither, millennials” like sub-$300,000 intown pricing and sporadic variants of peacock blue.

At least that seems to be the mindset behind a 1930s project in Southwest Atlanta near Cascade Road, which is being marketed as a classic bungalow with a “one of a kind” renovation where no expense was spared.

Buying here, as the listing states, would represent an investment “in the future of Atlanta.” It then name-drops landmarks a few blocks away—West End, the Westside Trail, Monday Night Brewing, and the burgeoning Lee+White warehouse redevelopment—that many Atlantans, especially younger ones, have become more familiar with in recent years.

Having listed today for 10 bucks shy of $285,000, the property offers the sort of pricing that’s friendly to first-time buyers or down-sizers that’s not exactly in abundance ITP.

As Atlanta bungalows go, one unique—and convenient—facet is the rain-shielding porte-cochère beside the opened-up front porch, which now boasts steps of haint blue.

Moving inside, ceilings climb to 10 feet, the hardwoods are all fresh, and the kitchen serves granite and stainless things—plus a perky, surprise barn door.

Everything from the internal systems to windows and siding has been replaced, per the listing.

With proportions on the small side by Atlanta standards—1,614 square feet, three bedrooms, two bathrooms—it might be a squeeze for a growing family.

But it could qualify as the right fit for younger buyers or a couple with eyes, as they say, on the future.

The property prior to renovations in 2016.
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