About two blocks from Grant Park’s eponymous green space, near the border of Summerhill, this cheery new-build described as a “Craftsman Cutie” has come to market on a 20-foot-wide lot.
It’s an example of Atlanta builders being crafty to maximize the residential capacity of available land. And for its 2,214-square-foot size, it’s the priciest single-family option in Grant Park right now.
This four-bedroom, three full-bath residence has risen on a formerly vacant, woodsy lot. It neighbors—and mirrors, in terms of interior design—a new duplex that’s also dubbed Craftsman Cutie.
Chief among the home’s attributes, per the listing, is walkability (or scooter-ability) to everything from the nearby charter school to Larkin On Memorial and The Beacon in the neighborhood’s southern reaches. It also stands a few blocks from the storefront revival happening along Summerhill’s Georgia Avenue.
Inside, find relatively wide-plank hardwoods, lighting from Restoration Hardware, shaker cabinetry, and quartz countertops.
Parking is found at what’s described as a detached two-car garage off the alley, but that’s not pictured.
It was initially listed last fall but makes a return this week, via JWC Real Estate, for $635,000.