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On heels of renovation, this Summerhill home desires $340K

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Just blocks from Georgia State Stadium, this circa-1920s abode is a clean, crisp, and concise package 

Two-story white house with double porches.
Something for those who prefer simplicity.
Gilad Home Team

“Designed and renovated with you in mind,” this Summerhill home in the shadow of Georgia State Stadium is brand new inside and out.

Although the listing calls it a bungalow, this circa-1920s, two-story dwelling more closely resembles a shotgun house albeit with two floors rather than one.

With 1,072 square feet, the house is essentially one-room wide, with the living space plus one bedroom and bath on the main floor and the remaining bed and bath upstairs.

It contains many elements popular in today’s renovations around the city, including stainless appliances, a gray/white color palette, and tile backsplash.

According to the listing, the upper veranda is the perfect spot to “enjoy a sunny afternoon.”

However, from the listing photos, it appears the porches are the only outdoor living spaces available, given there’s no backyard and the parking pad is to the left.

It’s possible the yard to the right belongs to this lot, but, if so, is in sore need of attention.

Of course, for potential buyers who want to enjoy the great outdoors, the property is down the street from Phoenix Park II and minutes from Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta, and the Beltline.

Even so, the property might not be quite close enough to Grant Park to qualify as a “gem,” even with an asking price of $339,000.