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Last unsold unit at Reynoldstown’s Mattie Branch community wants $500K even

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Multifamily hub between Moreland Avenue and Beltline described as “new urbanism at its finest”

A photo of a Reynoldstown duplex, with one half for sale now.
Atypical carport, front door, and balcony placement.
Keller Williams Realty Intown Atlanta

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.”

Kitchen off the balcony.
Stairs to the third level and street.
The chef’s kitchen with farm sink and wooden countertops.
One of three bedrooms.
Subway tile abounds in one of three bathrooms.
Views to the south, from a deck described as “zero maintenance.”
Several options for entering the house at the main level.
A courtyard encircled by 10 other Mattie Branch townhomes.
An aerial rendering of the project from Flat Shoals and Wilbur avenues, with the unbuilt studios at left.
abode; courtesy of Intown Real Estate Services