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Listed at $840K, tri-level Old Fourth Ward modern bags contract within hours

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First resale of 2015 dwelling near Krog Street Market counts downtown views

A modern house under contract in the Old Fourth Ward right now.
The sculpted Randolph Street front yard.
PalmerHouse Properties and Associates

Perched on a relatively tight lot around the corner from Krog Street Market, and directly across the street from the ongoing Howard Middle School project, this tri-level modern wasted no time attracting “pending” status this week.

Completed in early 2015, the West Architecture Studio design is being resold for the first time, offering a choice Randolph Street location with a WalkScore that’s inched up to 88 “Very Walkable” status since last time around.

It listed at $839,000 earlier this week, via PalmerHouse Properties and Associates, and was under contact within about a day, per various listing services.

The property last fetched $718,000 when new four years ago.

Other pertinent numbers: four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, 2,365 square feet, and one righteous third-floor roof deck with views to downtown.

For fans of the genre, it’s described as being “gorgeous” with only the “best quality finishes.” Have a gander below.

Dining area off the entry.
Positioned toward the back of the home, the step-down living room counts 11 and 1/2-foot ceilings.
The room from another angle, looking toward the top-flight kitchen with appliances by Fisher & Paykel and Bosch. A lower-level bedroom is accessed at right.
Floating stairs to the third floor.
Top-floor hangout.
Downtown spires on the horizon.
Master suite.
Wide-plank flooring continues in the master bathroom.
Secondary bedroom.
Landscapes originally by Atlanta’s Tokikata (now Brendan Butler Landscape + Design).
The backyard with custom waterfall and fire pit, as seen from the parking area.
The alley-accessed carport.
A side profile that illustrates the lot’s narrowness.