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Rarely available Inman Park Victorian from 1890s is truly grand at $1.25M

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This painstakingly preserved four-bedroom neighbors Little Five Points

A look at quintessential old Inman Park, from Austin Avenue, in a photo.
A look at quintessential old Inman Park, from Austin Avenue.
Compass

Behold the most quintessentially vintage Inman Park Victorian to reach the market in quite some time.

Built in 1898, this grand old gal is perched on a raise lot spanning nearly half an acre, basically overlooking Little Five Points. Wrecking Bar Brewpub is a few doors down.

It’s being marketed as a “rare moment” and chance to “own a piece of history,” and that’s not off-base.

Listed by Compass this week at $1.25 million, 1131 Austin Avenue counts four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms among 4,300 square feet that look achingly well-kept.

Beyond the pretty exterior and terrific wraparound porch, find 12-foot ceilings, a half-dozen working fireplaces with original mantels, a chef’s kitchen renovated to today’s standards, and plenty of intricate old woodwork for oomph.

A generous porch with, naturally, haint blue overhead.

One potential minus: There’s no shortage of off-street parking, but it’s not covered.

Records indicate the property underwent a substantial renovation about 50 years ago, and that it hasn’t sold since 2005, when it fetched $858,000.

It’s not the neighborhood’s priciest listing at the moment, but it’s one of just three standalone houses asking north of $1 million. Those include a 1907 relic with an equally grand exterior, but less painstakingly preserved interior, which has been for sale for nearly six months.

A half-dozen Inman Park houses scored $1 million or more in 2018—but none have this year. Could this be the first?

A foyer that makes a statement, where the first of six working fireplaces is presented. The staircase, like fireplaces, is original.
The dual-sink kitchen.
A gorgeous fireplace flanks the main dining space.
A regal sitting room, with a fittingly formal chandelier and chaise.
Master bedroom, with fireplace.
Fanciful aspects abound in the master bathroom.
Restored fireplace in another of four total bedrooms.
Clawfoot tub in a secondary bathroom.
A screened porch with ceilings that echo the front.
A play-set and three outdoor hangout options, as seen from the deep backyard.