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Chosewood Park new-build delivers (relative) affordability at $369K

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Less than one mile to The Beacon, this home is filled with “modern charm”

Two-story yellow house with covered front porch. Williams & Co International Realty LLC

Located in up-and-coming Chosewood Park, this new traditional home is banking on location and a relatively low price to attract potential buyers.

After all, this “prime in-town location” is just a few blocks from Chosewood Park (as in, the green space) and less than a mile to The Beacon and the Beltline’s future Southside Trail.

According to the listing, it’s also across the street from a movie studio, although it’s not clear exactly which one.

The new construction—a project by Kiah Davis, an “aspiring millennial real estate investor”—replaces a dilapidated structure torn down by the City of Atlanta in April 2018 due to a health and safety issue, according to Davis.

Inside the 1,258-square-foot home, three bedrooms and three bathrooms share space with an open concept living room and kitchen. Design details include hardwood floors, designer tile, and a tray ceiling in the master bedroom.

Behind the house, a private backyard includes a large deck and plenty of off-street parking for both owners and visitors.

The open floorplan with living room and kitchen.

Originally listed by Williams & Co International Realty for $399,000 in March, the asking price has since been periodically reduced and now sits at $369,000.

Although it’s not Chosewood Park’s most expensive listing, it certainly ranks in the top five, which could account for its extended stay on the market.

The covered front porch provides a prime spot for celebrity-watching at the movie studio across the street. Right?
The kitchen includes granite countertops and Samsung appliances.
The dining room.
The master bedroom.
The master bathroom.
Behind the house, there’s room for entertaining on the deck with lots of off-street parking. The fencing, however, won’t qualify as a selling point.