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Priced at $550K, modernized 1920s house aims to be Adair Park record-holder

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A blend of classic and contemporary, the four-bedroom property “has it all!” proclaims listing

A renovated bungalow in Adair Park that’s crazy expensive.
On Bonnie Brae Avenue, a vintage, simple street presence belies the modernized interior.
PalmerHouse Properties

As with its neighbor West End, the Southwest Atlanta neighborhood of Adair Park has officially become home in 2018—for better or worse—to single-family properties that can fetch more than a half-million dollars.

The latest renovation aiming to breach the half-million mark is a four-bedroom on Bonnie Brae Avenue that melds a classic facade with a drastically nontraditional interior.

It listed this week for $549,000. Records indicate it’s the lone Adair Park property for sale north of even $350,000 right now.

About four blocks from the Beltline’s Westside Trail, the circa-1920 house is described as a charmer that “has it all!” It counts 2,500 square feet, a welcoming porch, large fenced yard, and hip back deck with built-in seating.

Fussiness certainly has no place in the redone interior, with its industrial-style window wall, modern fireplace, and accent walls of blondish wooden slats, which lend a sort of Scandinavian vibe.

The approach leans more traditional in at least two of three marble-clad bathrooms, including the master, where the clawfoot tub has been restored and the closet is pedestrian-friendly.

Elsewhere, the off-street parking is ample but uncovered. And the landscaping might also be described as minimalist.

The house sold in early 2014, prior to renovations, for $22,500, according to city records.

The current pricing logic surely reflects the sale of a larger Adair Park house about two blocks away that fetched a record $530,000 in August.

Adair Park

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