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In Grant Park, five-bedroom charmer from 1905 sure wouldn't mind $750K

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A few doors down from Atlanta’s oldest park, this house brims with vintage appeal

A 114-year-old perch over Georgia Avenue.
A 114-year-old perch over Georgia Avenue.
Keller Williams

Perched on a hilly lot, this relatively ancient five-bedroom residence in Grant Park is described as being full of heart—and that’s literally the case.

Beyond a charming, wraparound porch, those inimitable heart-of-pine floors that make older Atlanta houses achingly gorgeous begin in a parlor and extend to several rooms.

The house has stood since 1905 a few doors west of the park at 383 Georgia Avenue, certainly walkable to the commercial resurgence happening down the street in Summerhill. It counts three bathrooms, too, among 2,680 square feet.

Features elsewhere include butcher-block countertops befitting the style, an antique dual vanity in the master bathroom, clawfoot tubs that actually shine, and a flex office space.

Keller Williams Realty listed it this week at $750,000.

At that price, the property does have competition in the neighborhood, including larger homes of the same vintage that are equally refined.

A wraparound porch where rocking chairs are right at home.
Sitting room off the entry with one of several vintage, handsome fireplaces.
Kitchen and adjoining dining area with tile underfoot.
Master bedroom.
A fitting, unique approach to vanities—and the feet of clawfoot tubs.
Secondary bedroom.
Another clawfoot sighting in an upstairs bathroom.
The lively backyard, with carport.