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For $775K, Inman Park traditional described, accurately, as ‘picturesque’

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1930s dwelling near Little Five Points encourages outdoor lounging

A home for sale in Atlanta’s Inman Park neighborhood right now.
Classic Inman Park on Colquitt Avenue.
Keller Williams Realty

Fans of gracious foyers, restored fireplaces, and swinging couches on porches will likely find much to admire with this Inman Park classic.

Listed last week at $775,000, the traditional, updated 1930s relic is marketed as “picturesque” and “bursting with character,” and many Atlanta buyers, who tend to favor well-executed oldies, would probably agree.

Tucked among stately residences on Colquitt Avenue, the property is gated with ornate iron, which opens to reveal a lovely front yard and soiree-sized front porch.

Inside, find 2,652 square feet of renovated space that appears relatively fresh, with fitting details such as wooden pocket doors, gorgeous fireplaces, decorative window panes, and exposed brick (used sparingly).

From a small lounging area, head through French doors to find a nice, flat patio and sizable backyard that certainly looks like turf if it isn’t.

Proximity to the Beltline and Little Five Points (it’s maybe a block to The Vortex from here) is reflected in the 89 WalkScore—primo for a single-family Atlanta neighborhood.

The lack of covered parking and relatively scant bathroom count (two and a half) for a four-bedroom home could be minor quibbles when considered against such walkability and vintage charm.

Little Five Points

, , GA 30307