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Newly constructed three-bedroom shows what $325K buys in Vine City right now

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“You won’t find many kitchens like this for less than $400K,” the listing asserts

A slim blue house with a yellow house to the left and green grass in front.
The tall, slim stance of 639 Lester Street NW.
Keller Williams Realty Atlanta-East Cobb; photography by Mike Pigford/Beyond the Curb Imaging

Roomy new houses with prices in the low $300,000s may well have gone extinct years ago on Atlanta’s eastside, but they do exist just to the west, in an area that marketers stress is loaded with walkable options

Recently built on a deep, slim Vine City plot, this three-bedroom residence offers 1,600 square feet, per listings.

It includes views of Atlanta’s skyline and Mercedes-Benz Stadium, with walkability and bike-ability to the under-construction Rodney Cook Sr. Park (roughly a block away) plus MARTA transit and most major Atlanta universities.

“All of the best amenities that Atlanta has to offer can be unlocked with this home,” notes the listing.

A long living room with a kitchen in the back and steps at left.
A series of conjoined living spaces off the entry.

Moving inside, hardwoods are found throughout, running through the sort of kitchen, as the listing posits, that can rarely be found in Atlanta for less than $400,000. Bathroom count: two and a half.

Outside, you’ll find a small deck, chainlink fencing, and a one-car driveway that allows for off-street guest parking, as with most homes on this side of Lester Street.

The property listed last week with Keller Williams Realty for $324,900.

That makes it Vine City’s third priciest home (without a contract) at the moment, well behind a large five-bedroom that’s standing firm at $689,900.

Records indicate the property last sold for $55,000 in June.

UPDATE: March 25, 4:19 p.m. This article has been updated to reflect the home’s correct square footage.

A white and blue large kitchen.
Hardwoods continue into an open kitchen with granite counters and cabinetry to the ceilings.
A white master bedroom with a large bed.
Into the master bedroom, where a walk-in closet is entered behind the bed and windows allow for views of the new park.
A master bathroom with dual sinks.
The master bath.
A bathroom in all white with a mirror and sink at left.
The second full bathroom.
A deck off the back of house.
A small yard abuts the back deck.
An aerial photo of a house and large city.
Proximity to the new park, downtown, and Midtown as seen from above.