Located on a quiet, dead-end street in Virginia-Highland that ends just steps from Piedmont Park and the unpaved Beltline, this 1920 bungalow (is it really a bungalow with nearly 5,000 square feet?) does not run short on windows, which account for the “abundant natural light” mentioned in the listing.
However, they also provide an up-close-and-personal view of the neighbors, so it’s a good thing they’re outfitted with blinds and window treatments.
Those windows also shed light on the brand-new kitchen with quartz countertops, Thermador appliances, updated pendant lights, and refreshed backsplash.
With vaulted ceilings and many of those touted windows, the owner suite could easily double as an apartment. And, because that master bathroom shares the vaulted ceiling with the bedroom, it’s not quite as private as one might think.
Outside, the house is primed for al fresco entertaining, from the large front porch complete with swing to the back deck overlooking the backyard seating areas.
The listing even claims there is “new landscaping which modernizes this classic home,” but it appears that was limited to the front yard.
All in all, the asking price of $1.35 million is on par for the neighborhood, especially given the size of the, um, bungalow.
566 Cresthill Ave. N.E. [Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International]