On a large corner lot that overlooks Grant Park’s eponymous green space, this 1920s Victorian bungalow brings much to the table for lovers of vintage Atlanta houses.
Stained, textured, and leaded glass abound, as do ornate fireplaces and original heart-pine floors. And what would a bungalow of the era, in this location, be without a central hallway and ceilings that must be close to 12 feet.
Listed this week with Compass for $575,000, it’s one of a half-dozen Grant Park houses for sale in the $500,000 range right now—and the largest of the lot.
It’s situated on Cherokee Avenue, across from the park’s Erskine Fountain, offering three bedrooms and two baths in a smidgen over 2,200 square feet.
Parking is on-street, aside from a spot hidden around back and accessed via an electronic rolling gate.
While they appear fully functional if somewhat funky, the “kitchen and baths will need your imagination and love,” the listing warns.
Compass broker Rob Smith also sends along what he describes as a “quarantine-friendly, eight-minute virtual walkthrough” via YouTube.
The home’s previous condition is pictured here, when it sold for $381,000 about six years ago.