This updated, 1935 bungalow that basically shared a fence line with the departed Murder Kroger is offering a chance to not stand out whatsoever.
Formerly red-brick, the three-bedroom residence blends into its setting on a pleasant Poncey-Highland Street, within a quick stroll of the Clermont Lounge, the Eastside Trail, and a little farther down the hill, Ponce City Market.
It listed this week at $575,000 with Keller Williams Realty Cityside Market Center—a spike since the last sale ($486,000) in August, but one that reflects recent improvements.
The walkability in this part of town lends itself to a car-free lifestyle, but if needed, the cottage includes driveway parking for at least two.
Inside is 1,424 square feet and two bathrooms—numbers that might not impress a growing intown family but could suit most couples. But as the listing notes, there’s a full basement beneath it all (not pictured) and an attic ripe for expansion (also not pictured) with room to spare in the sloped backyard.
Like the cozy office nook, the original hardwoods and generally fresh aesthetic are plusses. The black stainless appliances are new, and there’s the option to purchase the place as is—with its understated furnishings.
Because splashiness isn’t always synonymous with desirability.