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Early example of modern townhomes in Inman Park discounted to $550K

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Decade-old, environmentally friendly pad has inviting rooftop hang and concrete floors

A white modern style building with orange trim with a busy roadway seen at right.
Unit 201 at Inman Green offers a puzzlework of outdoor spaces and fronts DeKalb Avenue.
Keller Williams Realty

Way back in 2008, when the Beltline’s Eastside Trail was but a concept and Krog Street Market wasn’t even that, this modern condo community’s chief selling point was its Inman Park address and Gold-level LEED certification.

All of that is still appealing, of course, but walkable attractions from hot chicken to self-serve beer taps and a long, snaking greenway have sprung up around Inman Green in the past decade. Which boosts the cachet for a 12-townhome community like this, even if it’s not in the quietest, most pedestrian-friendly section of IP.

Recently discounted is a four-level, modern-style unit at the front of the complex, facing DeKalb Avenue, with smart design updates (see: main-floor lighting). It’s a property that could be called ahead-of-its-time.

Beginning at ground level, the garage fits two cars, but it’s an inline parking situation some intown buyers could have beef with. Ditto for the concrete floors on each level, although they are low-maintenance.

A long room with a kitchen and dining area at one end, and concrete floors below.
The main floor combines kitchen, dining, and living spaces.

There’s a large flexible space on the first level with what’s currently configured as an office. That could help atone for the two-bedroom status (but with three and a half handy bathrooms!) going on across these 2,112 square feet.

Privacy is the name of the game with three outdoor spaces that would beckon diner guests outside, including a spirited, spacious rooftop deck.

HOA fees are alternately posted in various places as a palatable $37 monthly—or $440 monthly (12 times that amount), which would seem high for what’s not exactly an amenity-rich condo community.

Initially listed for $579,000 in late August, the property has twice been discounted, down to $550,000 this week, as listed with Keller Williams Realty.

It last sold five years ago for $332,500, records show.

A kitchen with small painting on the walls and dark cabinets.
New finishes and quartz countertops in the kitchen.
A long room with churches at the right end and a kitchen at the other.
View from the sink across the living room.
A cozy living room with a bunch of bottles on the wall and bowls on the right wall.
Into the living room (beware the cacti).
A long patio with steel walls and cacti everywhere.
This patio off the kitchen counts a fireplace.
A master bedroom with long windows and a surf scene painted on the wall.
Uplifting wall decor in the master, with another patio attached.
A little patio with a pod chair.
Cozy bedroom patio, with pod chair.
A vessel sink in the master.
A room with white walls and concrete floors.
How the second bedroom is configured now.
An office space with concrete floors and a curtain.
A colorful, flexible space at ground level.
A rooftop deck with steel walls and a long couch at left.
The roof, with ample seating and party lights.