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At $900K, triple-decked Reynoldstown modern swings for neighborhood record

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Sprawling four-bedroom is marketed as “extraordinary,” as pricing reflects

A new modern house for sale in Atlanta’s Reynoldstown.
Outdoor options trumped subtly on Holiday Avenue.
Keller Williams

Tucked off Moreland Avenue near Reynoldstown’s MARTA hub, wee Holiday Avenue has undergone a drastic change of character in recent years, with renovations galore and the addition of very nontraditional duplexes and standalone houses.

In several ways, the most audacious addition to the street has just reached the market at $899,000—a number that would set Reynoldstown’s single-family sales record by a significant margin, listing records indicate.

The current title holder, for now, is a Beltline-fronting modern in the neighborhood that scored $845,000 as a resale about six months ago.

Beyond its Tetris facade, with an avocado-colored door and one-car garage, the house in question is relatively huge, chalking north of 3,700 square feet. But the room count isn’t (four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms), which typically means most interior spaces are vast.

And they are, from the two-story foyer and living room to the master bathroom, and even the second-floor landing.

Also big: the kitchen wine cooler. And the highest deck (of four outdoor spaces total), which could double as a dog park.

Conversely, the backyard isn’t exactly huge (not necessarily a drawback), but the parking garage overlooking it is.

Contributing to the commendable 85 WalkScore is the proximity to Edgewood retail, Little Five Points, and especially the aforementioned MARTA. A definite plus.

Collectively, the package is marketed as “extraordinary”—a description that can obviously be applied to the price, too.

The lot’s predecessor sold for $180,000 in early 2016.
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