In little more than a year, Reynoldstown’s Mattie Branch project went from vacant-lot status to a sold-out community of townhomes.
Or almost sold out.
The last available unit—half of a duplex on the development’s easternmost side—is being marketed as a “top-shelf ... true Reynoldstown classic.”
Mattie Branch, named for community activist Mattie Faith, is being developed by the abode firm. It counts 11 townhomes with a planned 14 studios with light commercial components set to face Flat Shoals Avenue.
Loaded with sustainable features such as e-coating windows, the tri-level domicile in question has three bedrooms and three bathrooms in 1,540 square feet.
It listed last week for $500,000 via Keller Williams Realty Intown ATL. HOA fees are posted as $200 monthly.
An added perk is the planned Beltline link—The Trolley Line Trail—expected to be built a few feet away in coming years, providing a PATH route that would extend to points east, including Edgewood, Kirkwood, and Decatur.
Collectively, it’s all described in the listing as “new urbanism at its finest.”