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What $750K buys around Atlanta right now

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From condos to townhomes and single-family abodes, most of these properties reside on Atlanta’s north and east sides

For this installment of Curbed Comparisons, we’re taking a look at what’s available to purchase for $750,000 around Atlanta. As homebuyers in recent years can attest, $750,000 is the new $400,000 in many intown neighborhoods, for better or worse.

From Ridgewood Heights in the ITP northeast to Buckhead Forest, Garden Hills, and Peachtree Hills in the north, to Candler Park in the east, there’s quite the selection of homes available for $750,000 right now, give or take $25,000. In this case, most weigh in with similar square footages and numbers of bedrooms and bathrooms. There are some exceptions, though, like the two-bedroom condo or the 2,302-square-foot bungalow. As always, location could play a role in which property is the best buy.

Sporting fresh paint, a master retreat addition, a new kitchen, and a new driveway, this 1954 bungalow in Ridgewood Heights on the so-called Upper Westside shines brightly with curb appeal that carries over into the interior. With four bedrooms and three baths in 3,521 square feet, there’s more here than the average bungalow would accommodate, including a finished basement. Asking price is $749,900.

Touting lots of privacy thanks to its cul-de-sac location in Buckhead Forest, this 3,220-square-foot townhome offers four bedrooms and five bathrooms on three floors. The 2002 unit also has a gourmet kitchen, large laundry room, and fenced courtyard. Given its location at the intersection of Piedmont and Lenox roads, it’s close to plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment. Current asking price: $774,000.

Sitting atop The Gallery in Garden Hills, this 2007 condominium features two bedrooms and three bathrooms in 1,794 square feet. With floor-to-ceiling windows, 10-foot ceilings, and skyline views, this unit seems more spacious than it actually is. It also comes with two premium parking spaces. Building amenities include concierge, swimming pool, tennis, guest suites, a library, art gallery, and pet walk. Current asking price is $759,000.

Those looking for historic charm with modern amenities will find it in this circa-1920 bungalow in Peachtree Hills. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home includes architectural details like beamed ceilings, front-porch pillars, and plenty of decorative moldings. The 3,180-square-foot property also includes a “rare” carriage house with a bedroom, bathroom, one-car garage, and storage. Asking price: $749,900.

This “classic” 1925 bungalow in Candler Park boasts plenty of original details like built-in bookshelves, original oak floors, box-beam ceilings, and period windows. The three-bedroom, 2,300-square-foot property has also received some modern updates, including a kitchen remodel and the expanded master bathroom. With the covered front porch and screened-in back porch (plus off-street parking), there’s plenty to enjoy outside as well. Current asking price is $749,000.


Which house is the best buy?

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  • 6%
    2700 Ridgemore Road N.W. (Ridgewood Heights)
    (35 votes)
  • 3%
    3305 Buckhead Forest Mews N.E. (Buckhead Forest)
    (21 votes)
  • 6%
    2795 Peachtree Road N.E., Unit 2508 (Garden Hills)
    (34 votes)
  • 35%
    124 Peachtree Hills Ave. N.E. (Peachtree Hills)
    (189 votes)
  • 47%
    455 Candler St. N.E. (Candler Park)
    (256 votes)
535 votes total Vote Now