This new East Atlanta listing is aiming for a touch of midcentury flair where you wouldn’t necessarily expect it: a 1940s bungalow with dormers and two stories.
That style comes via furnishings and maybe a custom built-in or two, so it’s not totally significant or permanent for bungalow lovers not feeling the MCM thing.
Thoroughly renovated in recent years (with an Easter-appropriate exterior color scheme now), the 1947 house is tucked off Bouldercrest Drive, a little more than a mile from the heart of EAV.
The setting is quiet, tree-filled, and heavy with postwar ranches and cottages in a similar vein.
The interior, which definitely qualifies as bright, manages to bring three bedrooms and three bathrooms in just 1,500 square feet, thanks to a remade attic with two of those bedrooms (and one nifty office space).
Elsewhere, find sliding doors of reclaimed wood, a master bedroom called “tranquil,” a flexible space for a den or office at the back of the property, and a stone patio in the deep yard—what’s described as “idyllic” overall.
The asking price, as listed with Keller Williams Realty, is $425,000.
Proximity to the village, leafy Brownwood Park, and Interstate 20—a gateway to “all of intown Atlanta!”—are cited as selling points.
For its size, it’s the cheapest single-family option in the neighborhood right now by $25,000 or more, though others are more centrally located, with easy EAV walkability.