Meant to harken the styles of yesteryear Atlanta with conveniences of today, this beachy blue residence in Candler Park just hit the market at a cool $899,000.
Spanning 3,278 square feet, this five-bedroom, four-bath new build stands in the 600 block of Moreland Avenue NE, surrounded by parks: Springdale and Virgilee Parks to the north, Candler Park a couple blocks east, and Freedom Park on the south.
It’s also a few blocks north of MARTA’s Edgewood-Candler Park stop, about a mile east of the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, and less than a mile north of eclectic Little Five Points.
So the location—albeit traffic-packed at times—offers options.
The house itself serves up high ceilings—at least 10 feet, per the listing—hardwood floors, a fireplace, and a dining room ready for a dozen or more guests. There’s also a two-car garage, a covered front patio, and two stories of bay window views.
The structure is something of an architectural anomaly for Atlanta at large—a rare product of modern Victorian design principles—though other examples built in recent decades can be found on nearby streets.
Parents eyeing the property can expect their children to attend Mary Lin Elementary, Inman Middle, and Grady High School—or a private institution.
- 621 Moreland Avenue [Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty]