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Next flank of Kirkwood’s quickly selling ‘Edgehill’ moves forward from $448K

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Townhome community fronting PATH Trail segment introduces rooftop terraces with latest batch

Highlighted is a floorplan called The Somerville, priced at $447,990.
Highlighted is a floorplan called The Somerville, priced at $447,990 for 1,591 square feet.
All images: David Weekley Homes

Continuing the trend of new multifamily stock dotted near eastside MARTA rail in Edgewood, Kirkwood, and Lake Claire, a townhouse community under construction since 2017 is showing signs of growth again.

The work of builder Central Living by David Weekly Homes, Edgehill at Historic Kirkwood will eventually have 23 homes, ranging between 1,591 and 2,346 square feet.

After an initial row proved a hit with buyers—proximity to Kirkwood’s commercial village and MARTA have been selling points, and the wooded PATH Trail segment next door doesn’t hurt—the next Edgehill options have come to market in recent days.

Some of the newest offerings have four stories (counting rooftop decks), with prices that start at $447,990 and climb to north of $580,000. Each floorplan but the smallest (The Somerville) has three bedrooms.

The first Edgehill batch brought 10 options priced from the high $400,000s to high $500,000s.

Sales records indicate at least five of those have closed, with another three under contract.

Roof decks of the next townhome row, as seen this week. The community’s model unit is at left.
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The largest of the new listings (so far), asking $580,945, is a corner unit set to finish this fall, per the developer.

With that home, expect “marble accents” in the kitchen and bathrooms, plus a “super shower” and two walk-in closets in the owner’s retreat, resulting in “a spa like feel with functionality,” per listings.

Another planned component of the community, tucked back off Rogers Street.

Below are some scenes from a model unit in the first phase along Rogers Street, facing the Pullman Yard movie production site where a “creative city” is planned.

Rogers Street frontage in a flank of the community that’s nearly sold out.
Main living area in the model unit.