Classified as a Victorian, but certainly not as fanciful as its crosstown cousins in Inman Park, this recent remodeling project in the West End counts boosted walkability among its perks—and a seller who sounds motivated.
Overlooking West End Park, the 1920s four-bedroom is maybe five blocks from the Beltline and directly north of the Lee+White factory zone that’s being morphed into a brewery district.
It was listed in recent weeks and discounted by $10,000 prior to Thanksgiving. The current asking price is $377,000.
But wait—there’s more!
Not only are the new washer and dryer included (a rarity), the seller, per the listing, is offering to toss in $2,000 toward buyers’ closing costs, which harkens Atlanta real estate deals of 2009.
Marketed as a “two-story Victorian beauty,” it presents a charming facade on Lawton Street. Moving inside, the refinished hardwoods on the main level don’t lack gloss; upstairs flooring is darkly stained bamboo.
The bathroom count (two and a half) could be a sticking point with some Atlanta families, and the kitchen just might qualify as Country Modern.
But beyond the proximity of green space, plusses here include a generous back deck, primo 81 WalkScore (for a single-family neighborhood), and enough off-street parking for three cars, per the listing.
An all-around good spot for a Christmas party, in other words.