Built in 2007, this Loring Heights craftsman is reminiscent of Charleston Single houses complete with an expansive piazza, also called a double-height porch. Other features this structure shares with a Charleston Single include a long, narrow shape and the “front” door leading onto the porch.
Once Inside the 2,697-square-foot house, there’s no gray and/or white color palette here; instead the interior shines thanks to white wainscoting complemented by pops of color. It’s enough to add personality, but not enough to be overwhelming or garish.
Plenty of windows welcoming in natural light and 12-foot ceilings also make the rooms seem airy and bright.
With four bedrooms and five bathrooms on three stories, there’s certainly a lot of room for both family and friends, a good thing for those who like to entertain.
The chef’s kitchen also seems to be crafted for entertaining, what with the commercial-grade refrigerator, breakfast nook and breakfast bar, and the adjacent dining room.
Even so, this house has bounced on and off the market since 2016, when it was originally listed for $875,000. It doesn’t appear the home garnered any offers, which could account for the $35,000 price cut when the property returned to the market this week, now sporting an asking price of $840,000.
It will be interesting to see if that’s enough to move this listing into the “sold” category. Although the house is convenient to Atlantic Station, Midtown and the Downtown Connector, it’s proximity across the street from a dog boarding business might be a deterrent.
- 431 Trabert Avenue N.W. [Keller Williams Atlanta Peachtree Road]