Due south of downtown and Grant Park, the Chosewood Park neighborhood has seen top-end home prices climb into the $400,000s recently, where a handful of standalone houses have sold the past two years.
The latest entrant presents a pleasantly traditional face on Nolan Street—and a price that represents a three-way tie (give or take $100) for Chosewood’s most expensive single-family option at the moment.
Counting three bedrooms and square footage listed at 1,723, its stands on a shallow, formerly overgrown lot a block from the neighborhood’s namesake park, and maybe four blocks south of the Beltline’s Southside Trail corridor.
A highlight is the wraparound porch, with a merciful ceiling fan, which helps atone for the nonexistent back deck that a lot of this size wouldn’t allow.
Inside is a very open floorplan with shiplap accents and interior design by Carl Mattison. The bonus little mudroom and gas fireplace are nice, and overall the property should suit buyers not looking to make statements.
Described as “must-see new construction,” it listed last month through Keller Williams Realty at $440,000, following a stint on the market for $41,000 cheaper this past winter and spring, per Zillow data.