Along the wide brick sidewalks and restored, century-old housing stock of West End’s Oak Street, this circa-1920 property was something of an anomaly until recently.
Gutted by fire, it had stood vacant and blighted for 10 years, according to Trent White, a property investor and CEO of Triton Holdings.
Period details weren’t totally lost, and the resuscitation was so thorough the house is described as “new construction,” but buyers haven’t exactly pounced thus far.
Situated about four doors down from West End Park, roughly six blocks east of the Beltline’s Westside Trail, the remodeled three-bedroom with two and a half bathrooms listed at $465,000 in early March and has since been discounted twice.
It stands at $449,000 right now, as listed by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties.
The L-shaped porch at 1063 Oak Street is a definite plus retained from before, and the driveway provides off-street parking.
Inside, the extremely open floorplan allows for entertaining without the pesky presence of walls.
Toward the back of the house, these 2,110 square feet include a master suite called both immaculate and “worth bragging about” in the listing.
The property joins about a half-dozen other homes priced in the $400,000s (without contracts) in West End and neighboring Westview right now.