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.
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.