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At $750K, Reynoldstown’s latest townhouse hub called ‘a refreshing alternative’

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The four-unit complex dubbed Geometry is planned near the neighborhood’s MARTA station

A blue and white townhome complex set off a street with many trees around.
The planned look of four semi-detached dwellings set around a courtyard on Walthall Street.
Images courtesy of Harry Norman Realtors

Ever-changing Reynoldstown is dotted with new townhome product at the moment, ranging in price from the $480,000s along Moreland Avenue to well over $900,000 on Memorial Drive.

Falling somewhere in the middle is a project called Geometry, located in the neighborhood’s northeastern corner, that debuted in listings this month.

A rendering of a site plan with four townhomes.
The proposed four-unit site plan near the neighborhood’s MARTA entrance.

The four-unit venture would claim an empty lot on dead-end Walthall Street, near Reynoldstown’s entrance to the MARTA station it shares with Inman Park.

Initial listings with Harry Norman Realtors pertain to the street-facing “A” units, priced at $749,900 (plus $200 monthly HOA fees).

With a hair over 2,300 square feet each, that’d be $324 per square foot.

They’re being marketed as “a refreshing alternative” to the myriad other townhome clusters rising around intown Atlanta, in that buyers could “avoid the four flights of steps.”

The Geometry layouts are spread across two levels, with an emphasis on modern design, per listings.

Highlights include covered patios on the top levels, Bosch appliance packages, countertops of white Calico quartz, and little fenced green spaces that are private.

The address counts a high WalkScore of 80. The aforementioned MARTA station is a three-minute walk, while the Edgewood Retail District is 10 minutes by foot, per the listing’s calculations.

Each unit does come with a two-car garage, however, “for the rare occasions you need to drive.”

A kitchen with white cabinets shown in a rendering.
How kitchens might be arranged.
A living room with white walls and a kitchen next to it.
A living area off the kitchen with patio access. Plans call for a covered patio above the ones at right.
A floorplan of a townhome in black and white.
The two levels of one unit’s floorplans, here and below.
A floorplan of a townhome in black and white.
An empty lot between two houses with trees all around.
The lot in question, as seen in late 2018.
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Four townhome units in blue and white with trees around them.
Another angle on planned exteriors.