Fans of Poncey-Highland institution Manuel’s Tavern and compact, economical living could dig this condo with a rockin’ WalkScore (89) and personality to spare.
Offering one gated parking slot and a porch next to the entry, this flat can be found off the backside of a classic brick building where North Highland and North avenues intersect. It listed this week for $249,900 via Oliver and Associates Realty/Fathom (with $250 monthly HOA fees).
Inside presents a 740-square-foot situation that’s either cluttered or cozy, depending on personal taste.
Brimming with guitars, recording equipment, throwback-style speakers, and other musical miscellany, the condo building’s original structure dates to 1925, and a major renovation came 70 years later, per listings.
The bedroom (sans door) is right off the entry and main living spaces. And the lone bathroom isn’t picture, but according to the listing one does exist, which surely is required by law. Concrete floors, exposed brick, and ductwork are found throughout.
The listing name-drops everything from Freedom Park to Ponce City Market and shouts: “It’s already inspected and move-in ready so RUN don’t walk to this one!”
It joins a handful of one-bedrooms in the neighborhood at this general size, and while it is the priciest option, all fall within about $25,000 of one another.