In this installment of Curbed Comparisons, we take a look at what $950,000—give or take $10,000—buys in Atlanta’s various intown neighborhoods.
These four homes, located from Va-Hi to Ridgewood Heights in far western Buckhead, have a few more factors in common beyond price.
First up in Virginia-Highland, this 1936 Tudor includes five bedrooms and four bathrooms in 2,500 square feet. Renovated in 2017, the original hardwoods and large granite fireplace contradict the updated kitchen and bathrooms a bit, creating an interesting mix of modern tradition. The backyard is filled with a variety of outdoor spaces including one with a fire pit. The current asking price is $949,000.
Over in Garden Hills, this 2014 contemporary offers much in its 3,662 square feet, including two master bedrooms, two family rooms, and clean, streamlined spaces filled with natural light. There are five bedrooms and five bathrooms but just a single-car garage, although the driveway will accommodate a few more cars. Out back, a large deck overlooks a spacious backyard, but it could use a roof or awning to provide some shade. The current asking price is $949,000.
Up next in Ridgewood Heights, this 2010 custom home by J. Thomas Designs includes a lot inside its 5,444 square feet. Think six bedrooms, five bathrooms, high ceilings, and hardwood floors in a “perfect floorplan.” Specialty spaces include a mudroom, media room, and the partially finished basement. The current asking price is $950,000.
Finally, this 2008 contemporary in Peachtree Battle Alliance contains three bedrooms and four bathrooms in 2,110 square feet. But that’s just the beginning. This home also has an elevator, a 35-foot staircase (for those who want to get their steps in), and, per the listing, a one-of-a-kind, dual-head shower for four (although none of the listing photos fully showcase it). The current asking price is $960,000.
Which $950,000 home would you choose?
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Peachtree Battle Alliance