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At $469K, Sweet Auburn townhome flaunts rooftop views across downtown

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Four levels and a “Walker’s Paradise” designation near Edgewood Avenue nightlife

A sunset view from a rooftop across the city of Atlanta, in downtown. A couch is in the foreground.
Western views at sunset atop 415 Gartrell Street Unit 21.
Nest Realty Atlanta

The most walkable locales in Atlanta, as determined by WalkScore’s algorithm, aren’t exclusively positioned around transit hubs in Midtown and downtown.

Two blocks south of Edgewood Avenue’s nightlife scene, Gartrell Street addresses earn a sterling 92 “Walker’s Paradise” score, owing to the MARTA station, park space, and so many options for dining and carousing within shouting distance.

That type of feature would probably pique the interest of the demographic looking for a not-huge townhome with four levels in a hip area that hasn’t shed all its grit.

Enter this three-bedroom, two and a half bathroom townhouse in Sweet Auburn recently listed by Nest Realty Atlanta for $469,000 at the Four 15 Stacks.

A tall white townhouse with trees to the right and blue chairs at left.
Exteriors and a social area at the 24-home community.

It’s a 24-home community built a couple of years ago by Epic Development, which is finishing work on a similar but smaller townhome concept a few blocks away, Stacks on Daniel.

All homes at Four 15 were initially promoted in 2016 as being in the $300,000s—and called uniquely affordable for the area; this one appears to have traded just once before, at $437,000.

An end-unit with hardwood floors throughout, the property is called “the most refined urban oasis” in the listing and part of an overall lifestyle. It’s punctuated with impressive downtown views from the large, partitioned roof deck.

If various listing hubs are correct, and the square footage is 1,089, that’d be a breakdown of more than $430 per square foot at the current ask (HOA fees aren’t specified). Which means this lifestyle doesn’t come cheap, relatively speaking.

UPDATE: September 3, 5:08 p.m. The listing agent sends clarification that the property’s square footage is 1,510 square feet.

A white kitchen with gray countertops and stainless steel appliances.
The kitchen, dining, and living rooms on the main level. A patio extends off the kitchen from behind this vantage point.
A grey couch in a living room with wood floors and a ceiling fan above.
Living room, with an office nook.
A wooden bed in a bedroom with a ceiling fan above.
Master bedroom.
A bathroom with white walls and grey tile and a white hard surface.
A curved wall that’s repeated elsewhere, as shown in the dual-vanity master bathroom.
A spiral staircase in a hallway.
Spiral staircase to the fourth level.
A rooftop beneath a shade tree with a couch and chairs and two ferns.
One section of the roomy rooftop.
A rooftop terrace with fake grass and two chairs.
The other, outdoor-carpeted section.
A large rooftop patio with view across a city downtown.
Views across other townhomes, to downtown, at dusk.