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Classic 1920s Midtown residence makes grand stand for $1.4M

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Occupying a large corner lot, this home offers plenty of space and privacy in the very heart of Atlanta     

Two-story house with stone front porch.
No shortage of gorgeous porch (or interiors) on Piedmont Avenue.
Carter & Associates – Harry Norman

Lording over the corner of Piedmont Avenue and Seventh Street in Midtown, this circa-1920 traditional overflows with a mix of classic touches and historic charm.

Throughout the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home, find polished hardwood floors, an abundant supply of built-ins, and many, many windows suffusing the home with natural light.

The 4,985-square-foot house also contains its fair share of modern upgrades, particularly in the bathrooms and the kitchen with its copper farmhouse sink, commercial range, and stone countertops.

Outside, find a wide variety of relaxing spaces to enjoy the summer boil, including that expansive front porch, a patio off one bedroom, a back patio complete with outdoor fireplace, and the spacious private backyard.

In addition, the backyard comes with an attached garage as well as a separate carriage house would be ideal for guests, in-laws, or as an Airbnb.

And, thanks to the home’s age, the property contains well-established trees, shrubs, and a manicured lawn that adds to the curb appeal and privacy.

The home’s location just blocks from Piedmont Park and within walking distance of restaurants, nightlife, and the Midtown MARTA station also factor into the asking price of $1,399,000.

In fact, with the combination of quality craftsmanship, space, and location, it’s hard to imagine this home will linger on the market for long, even so far north of $1 million.