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East Atlanta’s latest modern townhomes unveiled, priced from $440K

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The boutique community south of EAV is called The Seven at Flat Shoals

A row of white and gray townhomes with green trees in front and a silver car driving by.
The facades along Cavanaugh Avenue, south of EAV.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty; architecture by TaC Studios

The advent of new townhome stock in East Atlanta is heading southward.

At an intersection that’s nonsensical enough to be quintessentially Atlanta, a new community of modern-style townhouses is taking shape called The Seven at Flat Shoals, as listed this week with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.

It’s located about 10 cockeyed blocks, or .7 miles, south of The Midway Pub, as a point of reference, connected by bike lanes to EAV.

The total home count is, of course, seven.

Per listings, these three-level offerings are expected to be ready for occupancy by late spring. Designs are by the TaC Studios architecture firm, which has previously sketched existing modern townhomes in Candler Park, Old Fourth Ward, and along Moreland Avenue in Reynoldstown, among other places.

Each option has three bedrooms and is said to be “expertly appointed with stunning finishes” and floorplans suitable for entertaining.

Kitchens have Samsung appliances and large islands with conjoined living and dining rooms. All have rear yards and balconies off the front and back, with extra storage near the two-car garages.

An overview of a site plan for townhomes in East Atlanta.
Four floorplan variations and the site plan where Flat Shoals meets Cavanaugh Avenue.

Prices here in the 800 block of Flat Shoals Avenue begin at $440,000. That gets three bathrooms and 1,824 square feet.

The priciest option is a $475,000 corner unit, with an extra bathroom, a larger outdoor space, and a smidgen more square footage (1,830). HOA requirements are listed at $200 monthly, which hopefully for buyers would cover yard care.

While hardly chickenfeed, those prices represent cheaper options over more centrally located EAV townhomes, such as Ironside East Atlanta, where remaining, slightly larger units begin at $515,000 right now.

A floorplan shown in black and white.
The least-expensive Unit B floorplan.
A floorplan of three levels shown in black and white.
The $475,000 Unit D plan.