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Beefy East Lake new-build is striving for neighborhood record at $839K

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Five-bedroom spanning more than 4,100 square feet called an entertainer’s dream

Shades of blue Russell Street in East Lake.
Shades of blue on Russell Street.
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Among many other intown milestones, 2018 was the year when large new East Lake houses officially nipped the $800,000 mark, as evidenced by a sale in June.

Now, to round out the year, a spacious five-bedroom in the neighborhood’s northern reaches is essentially saying, “Hold my eggnog.”

With a whopping 4,113 square feet, three levels of finished living space (including the basement), and a screened back porch that could host a party on its own, this “entertainer’s dream custom house” by Urban Green Homes is reaching for $839,000, as posted this week.

It’s a short walk from the Oakhurst Village and rising Hosea+2nd development from here, though the listing doesn’t mention the latter.

Beyond the facade’s blue array and appealing front porch, the interior offers a few variations (ceiling fans and glass-fronted cabinetry) on the same sort of neo-craftsman theme that’s been popular ITP for ages.

The “no detail overlooked” claim does encompass perks such as electric-vehicle charging readiness, ambient lighting, and dual washer connections in the laundry room. Off-street parking should definitely not be an issue.

Roughly a dozen East Lake homes have traded in the $700,000s since the latter half of 2017.

The neighborhood’s current record holder notched an $800,000 sale this past summer.

The home’s predecessor in 2012. (The palm tree remains).
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