Following a renovation that left no space untouched, this 1945 Venetian Hills home is more like a 2019 residence than anything carrying over from the 1940s.
Inside the 1,880-square-foot abode, four bedrooms and three bathrooms accompany an open floorplan with a living room, dining area, and kitchen.
According to the listing, the home was professionally remodeled, which could explain why this property is a model home for current design trends. Think barn doors, shiplap, subway tile, and built-ins.
An in-law suite is included, complete with its own laundry room and kitchenette, making it ideal for rental income.
Behind the house, a brand-new deck is large enough for outdoor entertaining, although it doesn’t look like the party could expand to the yard below.
First, the deck is lacking stairs to the ground, and, second, the small backyard appears to be nothing more than a downward slope. It definitely would require some grading and landscaping to make it usable.
Just listed by Solid Source Realty for $300,000, the property certainly carries a high price tag for the area. However, it seems the owner is banking on the home’s proximity to the Beltline and the nearby Lee+White Development to help justify that price.
Of course, unless you really like to walk, a car is required to reach those destinations.