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Character-rich Inman Park condo in former boarding house seeks $310K

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This one-bedroom unit with bones from the 1930s overflows with historic charm

Living room with couch, chairs and coffee table.
The updated sitting area in a unique Inman Park property.
Dorsey Alston

Atlanta buyers in the market for Inman Park charm and character (without excessive space) need look no further than this one-bedroom, one-bath condo.

Found within a 1930 structure originally built as a boarding house, this 656-square-foot unit encompasses many architectural details common to older homes of the era.

High ceilings, transoms, wainscoting, and detailed crown molding all come together to create an air of classic elegance. Of course, there are many modern touches as well, from the subway tile wall in the kitchen to the contemporary light fixtures throughout and the updated bathroom.

Beyond the unit, the building offers front and back porches and a spacious backyard.

Additional storage comes in the form of a deeded storage unit in the basement, while the apartment includes one parking space.

Of course, that car may not be necessary, given how close the property is to Krog Street Market, the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, and Springvale Park.

Currently, the condominium is priced at $310,000 through Dorsey Alston Realtors, but HOA fees of $250 will bump up monthly payments a bit.

A former boarding house is now home to condos.
An elegant living room.
The kitchen sports a modernized, but still classic, look.
Bringing the outside in.
The master (and only) bedroom.
An updated bathroom.
A scenic and spacious (shared) backyard.