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Handsome 1930s bungalow renovation in Sylvan Hills sets sights on $350K

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Southwest of downtown Atlanta, the “adorable Tudor” appears thoroughly redone

A gray, blue, and white bungalow with lights on and a sappling tree in the front lawn.
A front porch (with ceiling fan) spans the facade at 998 Woodbourne Drive.
EXP Realty; renovations by Real Estate Solutions Interactive

This 1935 renovation on Woodbourne Drive exemplifies home flips and owner-redos in Southwest Atlanta priced over—sometimes way over—the $300,000 mark these days.

Described as an “adorable Tudor” (the pre-paint version makes that more logical), the property brings three bedrooms and two bathrooms on a quiet, leafy street full of similar home architecture.

Renovation efforts strove to preserve the original character and charm while lifting it to today’s standards. Think: a fresh roof with architectural shingles and an exposed brick fireplace alongside leathered countertops.

Square footage isn’t disclosed.

Beyond the house, the backyard is a deep, flat palette with potential. The car-dependent WalkScore of 16 will obviously leave something to be desired among ITP urbanites. On the plus side, lovely Perkerson Park is nearby.

EXP Realty holds the $350,000 listing, which went live today. A chance for $2,500 in covered closing costs is being offered.

a living room space with white walls and a gray couch at right.
Off the porch, a brick fireplace punctuates the living room.
An office with light green walls and a white desk.
A front office space connects with the porch and living room.
A long gray kitchen with a white ceiling.
Open shelving and revived flooring in the kitchen.
A master bedroom with a huge bed and white walls.
Master bedroom with backyard views.
A white and gray bathroom.
The dual-sink master.
A white and gray bathroom.
A secondary bath.
A backyard with a lot of grass and a white and grey house.
The back patio and driveway meet a very deep backyard.
a brick and yellow house with grass in front.
The home in a more Tudor-esque state in 2018.
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