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Described as ‘must see,’ renovated Tudor in Westview aims for $449K

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Close to the Beltline’s Westside Trail, this updated home combines classic warmth with modern amenities

White brick Tudor home black roof and stone inset over doorway.
The circa-1930 home at 1676 Stokes Avenue SW carries a fresh look.
Kismet Holdings; Compass

Settled on Stokes Avenue in Westview, this “one of a kind” renovated 1930 Tudor by Kismet Holdings sports an updated look while retaining its original charm.

It’s one of a half-dozen houses priced north of $400,000 (without contracts) in the neighborhood right now.

With four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,800 square feet, the home now features an open-concept floorplan that starts with a living room and leads into a dining area before ending in the kitchen.

Design details include hardwood floors, a lot of recessed lighting and updated light fixtures, and, of course, a barn door on the master bathroom.

Just beyond the “grand” front entrance, potential homebuyers can relax in the “gorgeous sunroom with large windows to enjoy the view of Westview on its most acclaimed street,” per the listing.

Although the many windows do provide panoramic views outside—investing in window treatments would be wise—there’s no updated view of the home’s exterior, so it’s not clear if the driveway was repaired or what the backyard holds.

Living room with white walls, hardwood floors, white couch and area rug, and black chairs.
The crisp, clean lines of the living room.

A recent listing by Compass for $449,000, the home certainly is not the most expensive renovation in Southwest Atlanta, although it’s pricing territory that was unheard of just a few years ago.

The location within walking distance of the Beltline’s Westside Trail and the commercial strip that includes Slutty Vegan is an added bonus.

Dining room with glass table, white chairs and white area rug, and side table with vases.
The dining room divides the living room and kitchen.
Kitchen with white cabinets, hardwood floors, and stainless appliances.
The updated kitchen now reflects current trends.
Bedroom with bed, nightstands, lamps, chest of drawers, and area rug.
Natural light floods the master bedroom.
Bathroom with a double vanity, soaking tub, and large glassed-in shower.
The master bathroom includes a double vanity, soaking tub, and large glassed-in shower.
Sunroom with arched windows, large white couch, small table, and area rug.
The sunroom is the perfect place to relax ... and watch the neighbors.
Empty room with angled ceilings and hardwood floors.
The extra bedrooms come with interesting angles.