About three miles west of downtown Atlanta, this renovated 1938 bungalow is being pitched as a blend of historical charm and high-tech features with a convenient locale.
Yet despite its attributes and relatively low price, compared to similar stock in nearby places such as West End, it hasn’t lured a buyer after several months on the market and a couple of price adjustments. Time for a closer look.
Perched over Wellington Street, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom Mozley Park dwelling is separated from picturesque Westview Cemetery to the south by Interstate 20, maybe a half-dozen blocks from the Beltline’s Westside Trail.
In front, parking is relegated to the street, but more convenient features (heat-combating porch fans) and high-tech upgrades (fingerprint touchpad entry) also begin there.
Facets contributing to the property’s “techie’s dream” description continue with a WiFi thermostat, plus heated floors and wireless speakers in the master bathroom.
Overall space doesn’t come skimpy (2,378 square feet), and the sense of openness is heightened by 10-foot coffered ceilings in the main living areas. Walls are versions of white for neutrality.
Unsold for about four months, it initially listed for $359,000 just after Thanksgiving and has since been discounted twice.
The latest price, as listed by Keller Knapp Realty, is $325,000.