In terms of style and proportion, Atlanta cottages don’t get much cuter than this.
Described as “adorable” and “the quintessential ATL bungalow” in listing language, this circa-1920, two-bedroom abode hit the market this week for a relatively palatable $325,000.
It’s a number that could lure first-time intown buyers or down-sizers willing to compromise, and a property for house-hunters more interested in practicality than wow factor.
Located just east of Moreland Avenue and south of Hosea Williams Drive, the address counts a strong 76 WalkScore, boosted by nearby retail, transit, and surely the Eastside Trail a few blocks west.
At 1,162 square feet, the house is comparable to a large one-bedroom condo around Atlanta or average two-bedroom.
Only here, $325,000 buys freedom from shared walls—but the responsibilities inherent in a mighty big yard.
For gatherings, the inviting porch and generous deck could help compensate for the tight quarters within. The single bathroom, however, might be a real hurdle for parties and many ATL buyers in general.
Off-street parking is included, with a fittingly wee driveway at right.