West of Midtown in Hills Park, a duplex community of six homes creatively configured on a pizza-slice plot of land is coming to market with more than renderings.
The 1768 Marietta modern townhome community—designed by Atlanta’s Xmetrical architecture firm and named for its address—has sold half its offerings months before construction fully wraps, according to listings this week.
Prices started at $399,000 (two bedrooms, 1,386 square feet, with a one-vehicle garage and carport combo), and now climb up to $559,000 for the window-filled, Unit 6 “Westside Modern Plan,” as posted with Keller Williams Realty Atlanta.
The project represents another housing option in what Atlanta developers have been calling “Upper Westside” for a couple of years—a broad swath of neighborhoods featuring new mixed-use developments, adaptive-reuse warehouses, large multifamily builds, and even a “smart neighborhood.”
Listing broker Sara Lee Parker previously told Curbed Atlanta the 1768 Marietta community is unique in that the six homes are attached by only one wall that isn’t a living space.
The pricier, $559,000 options include three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in just over 2,000 square feet, with two-car garages.
Per the project’s website, it’s expected to fully deliver by spring 2020.