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Final flank of Ormewood Park modern townhomes reaches market at $579K

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“We saved the best for last!” listings proclaim

A tall gray and brick townhome development with a yellow grass yard beside it.
The last two homes to be built at The Ormewood, marketed as a “modern oasis,” are tucked off Moreland Avenue.
Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta

Entering the home stretch of construction is a wedge of Ormewood Park townhomes that’s been aiming to lure buyers with contemporary design and equidistant proximity (about a half-mile) to East Atlanta Village and the Beltline’s future Southside Trail.

The six-unit The Ormewood project began sprouting in summer 2018, continuing the trend of modern-style multifamily options in the EAV area. The village’s Ironside and the revamped Continental on the opposite side of Moreland Avenue are two other examples.

One of two attached units facing Hall Street (No. 6) was listed this week at $579,000, marking the final home to finish construction. “We saved the best for last!” reads a Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta listing.

The initial phase brought four units along Moreland Avenue, with sale prices throughout 2019 that spanned from $514,000 to $559,000, records show. All options span 1,978 square feet with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

Unit 6 is said to offer a private side yard and upgrades, with ceilings of up to 10 feet, three covered terraces, and a two-car garage. It’s the priciest option of three that haven’t been claimed.

The project, a team effort by the Xmetrical architecture firm and Intown Builders, includes a solid 82 WalkScore—deemed “Very Walkable” by that algorithm—and monthly HOA fees that are probably pretty manageable at $25.

The back of a group of townhomes with huge balconies and garages.
At left are the final two offerings (aside from the model), and previously sold units, as seen from behind.

Below are interiors from the upgraded model home, No. 1, another corner unit on Moreland Avenue asking $529,900.

A wide open living room and kitchen with white walls and a dark ceiling fan.
The model’s main living floor.
A white and gray kitchen in a townhome.
The kitchen’s jazzy backsplash, metallic teardrop pendants, and patio accessibility.
A master bedroom with a huge patio off the back.
The master bedroom’s access to one of two backside patios, in the model.
A master bathroom with blue cabinetry and a  huge shower.
Master bathroom.
A patio with huge stone pavers and metal railing.
An upper-level patio facing west, behind the development, as seen this past summer.