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Plans unveiled for Reynoldstown’s latest modern dwelling, priced at $650K

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Tucked off Moreland Avenue, it’s described as “a house like none other”

A rendering of a forthcoming modern home in Reynoldstown ATL.
The minimalistic Boulevard Drive frontage.
Renderings: Virtual Properties Realty/Craftbuilt

The latest entrant to Reynoldstown’s growing cannon of modern dwellings is a sloped-roofed specimen that’s being marketed as “a house like none other.”

Bucking the neighborhood’s recent trend toward urban-farmhouse styles, this four-bedroom offering by Craftbuilt—a renovation and homebuilding company active in intown neighborhoods for a decade—is moving forward off Moreland Avenue, across the street from an ongoing commercial renovation.

Apart from the soaring, minimalistic facade, the $650,000 house should offer design elements that make it unique, including wood accents that warm otherwise starkly white rooms.

Highlights include a two-story porch and master bathroom simply described in floorplans as “spa,” with no shortage of renderings (again, with wood accents) that aim to prove it.

The home will have three bathrooms across 2,488 square feet, which breaks down to a not-exorbitant $261 per square foot. Still, only a handful of Reynoldstown properties have bagged north of $600,000 recently, and most of them (but not all) are significantly larger.

Expect off-street parking for two vehicles but no garage.

No timeline for the home’s completion was provided, but this note of self-confidence was: “Unlike many pre-build sales, this one is coming directly from an established custom builder with a 10 year history of excellence.”

The R-town lot in question.
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