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Revised 1920s bungalow in Cabbagetown brings coziness, $425K price tag

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Wooden ceilings and a centerpiece fireplace are among the surprises

A photo of a yellow home with a raised porch in a row of homes.
The refreshed facade at 154 Savannah St. SE.
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Atlanta bungalow enthusiasts scouting cozy spaces that aren’t, by any means, tiny living could find this updated Cabbagetown property simply adorbs.

Tucked a few doors south of the outdoor urban art gallery that is Wylie/Tennelle Street’s walls, it’s one of eight houses available in Cabbagetown at the moment. With the exception of a 930-square-foot fixer-upper on Memorial Drive, it’s also the least expensive.

With a porch raised off the street, the Savannah Street exterior allows for socializing without being in the face of passersby in this close-knit nabe.

Moving inside, the fruits of a 2018 renovation are apparent with the updated kitchen and bathrooms. Around these 1,138 square feet, there’s no shortage of wood varieties—from doorways and ceilings to the underside of the stairway—which lends the aforementioned coziness but not necessarily a feeling of airiness.

A kitchen with stools and white hard surfaces.
Into the renovated kitchen, with french doors to a bedroom.

And the renovated attic/bedroom/flex space brings wall-coverings a visitor won’t soon forget. The fireplace dividing the living room and kitchen is another surprise, if one that seems more fitting.

The address counts a robust 84 “Very Walkable” WalkScore, which could help a property with no designated parking.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom abode listed in recent days via Property Systems of the Southeast for $425,000.

A photo of a fireplace that divides the living room and kitchen.
The rustic centerpiece fireplace divides the rooms.
A photo of a bedroom with wood paneling and a bed in the middle.
Wood-paneled main bedroom, off the kitchen area.
An attic with tin tiling on the walls and seating in the foreground.
A flexible finished attic space.
A photo of a small bathroom with a window at left.
Upstairs bathroom, one of two.
A backyard with houses behind it.
The fenced backyard.