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Curbed Comparison: Luxury townhouse living in O4W vs. Poncey-Highland

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These in-town townhouses share upgraded kitchens, rooftop decks, and close proximity to the Beltline. 

In this new installment of Curbed Comparisons, we’re examining two closely matched in-town townhouses situated within a few streets of one another.

Both are recent properties, with one brand new to the area, which means they both contain plenty of up-to-date features and decor. That translates into clean, contemporary lines, modern light fixtures, and technological amenities.

In addition, each property contains three bedrooms and four bathrooms, although the older property is a slight 100 square feet smaller than the newer structure.

In fact, given that the older property is a wee bit smaller than its newer counterpart, it begs the question of why it has an asking price that’s $65,000 higher than that of the new townhouse.

Let’s have a closer look.

Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

^ 504 Rankin St. #9

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Square footage: 2,010

Price: $609,000

Neighborhood: Old Fourth Ward

One of 12 Rankin T’homes townhomes in the Old Fourth Ward, this 2018 property is outfitted with LED lighting, a chef’s kitchen with quartz countertops, and master suite complete with Juliette balcony.

The four-story structure includes a two-car garage and a rooftop terrace with views of the Atlanta skyline peeking over the surrounding buildings. On the main floor, there’s even a fenced-in yard that provides more outdoor living space.

Atlanta Intown Real Estate

^ 600 Bonaventure Ave. N.E., Unit 11

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Square footage: 1,908

Price: $675,000

Neighborhood: Poncey-Highland

Built in 2015, this townhouse comes with Bosch kitchen appliances, custom California Closets, and hardwoods throughout. However, it could do with a few more windows to light up the place.

This four-story townhouse also comes with a rooftop terrace, private, fenced-in yard, and two-car garage. Plus, according to the listing, it just received a $25,000 price reduction, making it a “prime opportunity to be in one of in-town’s very best locations.”


Which in-town townhouse is the better buy?

This poll is closed

  • 65%
    504 Rankin St. #9 (Old Fourth Ward)
    (276 votes)
  • 34%
    600 Bonaventure Ave. N.E., Unit 11 (Poncey-Highland)
    (147 votes)
423 votes total Vote Now