In the leafy center of Reynoldstown, equidistant to Moreland Avenue and the Beltline’s newly extended Eastside Trail, this updated bungalow with a sunny facade isn’t as old as it might appear—at first blush.
Built in 1999, the property was clearly designed to mimic its century-old neighbors in a way that few new-builds are today, at least in Beltline-adjacent places like Reynoldstown and Cabbagetown.
The listing name-drops everything from Little Five Points to Krog Street Market and a nearby dog park, inviting prospective buyers to “live in the heart of it all!”
Posted via Properly this week for $529,000, the home takes open floorplans to the extreme inside, shunning walls for connectedness across 2,120 square feet.
It counts three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and off-street parking is available via a front-yard pad.
The front porch and backyard fire pit are attributes, but the highlight has to be the huge, screened sunroom/porch, with a more open-air section next door.
Records indicate the house has traded hands numerous times over the past 20 years, from as high as $315,000, down to $80,500.