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At $669K, updated 1920s bungalow is Inman Park’s least expensive house at the moment

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Features include inimitable pine floors, five decorative fireplaces, and classic 12-foot ceilings

A bungalow house with large bushes in front of it and a yard.
The deeper half of the porch at 382 Sinclair Avenue NE is screened by bushes. Off-street parking for one vehicle is at left.
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty; photography by Nick Hoisington/Virtual Media Tours

An array of handsome fireplaces, ceilings that reach 12 feet (some lined with decorative tin), and those old pine floors that can’t be replicated make this new listing a quintessential Inman Park bungalow.

It also happens to be the storied intown neighborhood’s cheapest standalone house (without a pending contract) at the moment.

Built 95 years ago on Sinclair Avenue, the four-bedroom residence stands around the corner from the original Folk Art restaurant and PATH’s Freedom Park Trail, a few blocks from Little Five Points. The strong 86 WalkScore reflects the proximity of MARTA, the Beltline, and so many eats.

A porch sitting area with a ceiling fan overhead.
A tucked-away porch sitting area overlooking Sinclair Avenue.

The spacious yet comfy porch (like the multi-functional decks around back) is a definite highpoint. Moving inside, the freshly painted interiors span 2,301 square feet, with a bedroom and charming den area in the converted basement.

Just two bathrooms across so much space could be a sticking point, as could the guest parking situation on a relatively tight street, though the property does allow for two spaces, in front and back.

As is, the home is obviously ready to be occupied, but the listing notes that sellers had had plans drawn up to expand the house, and those plans come with the sale.

It’s asking $669,000, as posted late this week with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.

A living room with huge tall ceilings.
Tall ceilings greet visitors in the living room, off the entry.
A dining room with ancient wood floors and a newer chandelier overhead.
The old pine continues through the dining room, with a more contemporary chandelier overhead and decorative windows befitting the era.
A kitchen with gray cabinets and white ceiling fan and walls.
Tin ceilings, high above the updated kitchen.
A bedroom with blue walls and a large wood fireplace.
A bedroom with decorative fireplace at the front of the home.
A long white bathroom with a blue shower curtain.
One of two bathrooms.
A bunkbed in a bedroom.
A child’s bedroom.
A basement living room with many books on the walls.
A living space filled with built-ins, with a small kitchen, at the terrace level.
A backyard with trees and a gravel parking space.
Backyard parking space with a view of the decks (and bike storage).
An aerial view of a city in spring with trees.
The broader context.