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Charming Inman Park bungalow sits pretty for non-exorbitant $695K

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Near the Beltline and local dining, this mid-1990s home is poised for both relaxing and entertaining

Green house with covered front porch.
Throwback charm from Atlanta’s Olympics year, courtesy of dormers and porch.
Carter & Associates – Harry Norman

Situated on what’s described as a “quiet, friendly street” in Inman Park, this 1996 bungalow looks quite inviting with its large front porch complete with rocking chairs and swing.

In fact, thanks to an abundance of outdoor living spaces, future homeowners are at liberty to spend quiet hours away from the city’s hustle and bustle.

Behind the home, an expansive deck gives way to a private, fenced-in backyard with a hot tub, making it ideal for both relaxing and entertaining.

It might lack O.G. Victorian genuineness, but the home’s interior provides plenty of space, with three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,092 square feet.

Vaulted ceilings in the living room give way to an open floorplan that also contains the eat-in kitchen with a separate dining room tucked behind the staircase and kitchen.

Recent updates include a new roof and HVAC system.

And, if potential buyers feel existing space is lacking, the listing claims there’s “potential for expansion” on the 190-foot lot.

Just a few blocks from the Beltline and Freedom Park, as well as both bus and rail MARTA service, the house is in a sweet spot for those wanting quick access to outdoor recreation and non-vehicle transportation.

With an asking price of $695,000, which is right on target for the neighborhood, logic says this one won’t linger on the market very long.