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What $375K buys around Atlanta right now

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Not too large, not too small, (most of) these homes could be the right fit for families

For this installment of Curbed Comparisons, we look at what $375,000—give or take $5,000—buys in and around Atlanta right now.

Offering a good mix around downtown, these homes come in at decent sizes for the price point. They range from 1,014 to 1,520 square feet with either two or three bedrooms, which could be ideal for single professionals, couples, or some families.

Overlooking Chosewood Park from Nolan Street, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom home contains plenty of “new” in its 1,520 square feet. Following a renovation, the 2005 property has a new master bathroom, new hardwood floors, new appliances, and new countertops. Relax outside on the welcoming front porch, or enjoy the private backyard on the new deck. Just listed with Adams Realtors, the current asking price is $375,000.

Found in the gated community The Barnett in Virginia-Highland, this 1,154-square-foot condominium offers an open floorplan with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Throughout, there are plenty of windows that allow natural sunlight to brighten up the interior’s neutral palette. It also has updated features in the kitchen and bathrooms that give the 1945 unit a more contemporary appearance. A Dorsey Alston Realtors listing, the current ask is $370,000.

Minutes from the forthcoming Westside Park at Bellwood Quarry on Longley Avenue in Knight Park-Howell Station, this 1914 home features a number of upgrades in addition to three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The 1,444-square-foot ranch property now has an upgraded kitchen and bathrooms, recessed lighting, and blinds. It offers quite a bit of offsite parking, although it would’ve been better suited around back instead of the front yard. Asking price for the Keller Williams First Atlanta listing is $379,900.

Looking out at Peachtree Street from Cornerstone Village in Midtown, this 1,202-square-foot loft-style condo includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. High ceilings, brick walls, and exposed ductwork add an industrial touch to the 1927 unit. HOA fees of $510 per month cover such amenities as a fitness center, swimming pool, theater room, dog run/pet park, and outdoor kitchen. A recent listing with the Justin Landis Group, the current asking price is $379,900.

A recent remodel on Sims Street in Pittsburgh, this circa 1920 bungalow has three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 1,014 square feet. Part of the home’s improvements include two hot water heaters and two HVAC systems. Interesting architectural details include the wood surround at the blue/gray front door, the dark wood ceiling beams, an abundance of shiplap and subway tile, and barn doors in one of the bedrooms. Listed with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties, the current ask is $376,000.


Which property is the better buy?

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  • 25%
    397 Nolan St. S.E. (Chosewood Park)
    (185 votes)
  • 19%
    737 Barnett St. N.E., Apt. D1 (Virginia Highland)
    (141 votes)
  • 14%
    980 Longley Ave. N.W. (Knight Park – Howell Station)
    (106 votes)
  • 7%
    800 Peachtree St. N.E., Apt. 8223 (Midtown)
    (55 votes)
  • 32%
    876 Sims St. S.W. (Pittsburgh)
    (233 votes)
720 votes total Vote Now