Edgewood’s priciest listing at the moment continues the citywide trend toward more contemporary residential architecture and the melding of dark-painted exteriors with wood.
Positioned on a hill along very hilly Arkwright Place—an eastside corridor planned to receive the Trolley Line Trail Beltline connection—the four-bedroom, three-bathroom dwelling is marketed as being both “breathtaking” and “quintessential” on “the best street in Edgewood.”
The listing then gets unusually specific in citing the cost of certain facets here, including the window package ($65,000) and floating stairs ($32,000).
Beyond those aspects, perks include eight-inch white oak flooring, snazzy black cabinetry, waterfall quartz, and the very private roof deck, with a wine fridge, sink, and outdoor shower (sadly not pictured).
More confounding is that a house of such size (3,390 square feet) has just a one-car garage, but some lots can handle only so much.
It listed a week ago via PalmerHouse Properties & Associates for $799,000—one of three Edgewood properties asking north of $700,000 right now.
The empty lot sold two years ago for $121,000, records indicate.