For Sale in Atlanta
The recently listed renovation described as "gorgeous" overlooks Coan Park.
Fronting the Atlanta Beltline, this 2006 dwelling is a modern rendition of a two-story loft.
It’s not huge, but this three-bedroom abode on a tree-shaded lot was renovated with character.
For those in the mood for period detailing and very tall ceilings.
Per the listing, $500K in price reductions means the $1.6M asking price makes "subdividing appealing."
Mechanicsville project called "Vertical Row" is moving forward with prices beginning in the $400Ks.
Offering as many outdoor hangouts as bedrooms, it’s one of a dozen Rtown Lane homes.
The five-unit community cites proximity to everything from Krog Street Market to Pratt-Pullman Yard.
Although none have been on the market more than a month, they’ve each received price cuts.
Southwest of downtown, the Bush Mountain property was expanded by 550 square feet.
Recently listed, the Somar Lofts unit has a covered balcony, a "Walker’s Paradise" rating, and rawness to spare.
This four-bedroom midcentury modern in Buckhead hasn’t totally obscured its cool bones.
The same can be said of listings in the past week from South Atlanta to Midtown. "Even in troubled times," notes one agent, "people still need a place to call home."
It’s a two-bedroom corner unit at Old Fourth Ward’s Glen Iris Lofts.
Features include inimitable pine floors, five decorative fireplaces, and classic 12-foot ceilings.
Marketing officials call the Juniper Street location paramount.
The listing comes "stocked with your choice of black or purple CDC-recommended gloves and a treasure trove of sanitary wipes," says the agent.
Amid coronavirus concerns and wobbling market, intown neighborhoods are dotted with pre-sale listings.
The agrarian-chic community continues to offer a range of homes for sale, including this $959K modern farmhouse.
"You won’t find many kitchens like this for less than $400K," the listing asserts.
It’s got six bedrooms, 12,000 square feet, and a huge double-decker dock.
Outdoor enthusiasts should dig the home’s proximity to nature.
Old Fourth Ward home called the "intown dream" is asking $740K.
High over Peachtree Street, it’s contemporary elegance indeed.
While functional, the kitchen and bathrooms "will need your imagination and love," the listing advises.
The airy unit at Mathieson Exchange Lofts is considered a one-bedroom.
It’s part of a huge 1960s community with multiple swimming pools, a restaurant, and a golf course.
Southwest of downtown Atlanta, the "adorable Tudor" appears thoroughly redone.
The Atlanta rapper’s old digs—once a spartan space with a shrine to footwear—are called the "ultimate entertainer’s showplace."
The setting is described as a highly walkable Main Street neighborhood in the Gwinnett County city.
The two-bedroom condo overlooking Colony Square has funkiness to match midcentury vibes.
Public tours of the 75th Anniversary property continue through March 22.
The boutique community south of EAV is called The Seven at Flat Shoals.
$489K gets nearly 3,000 square feet and retro, split-level living.
It’s said to have old-school charm without the maintenance hassles.
An invitation to "be a part of Atlanta’s best neighborhood" and live "the true Beltline lifestyle."
For fans of tongue-and-groove and lush Atlanta acreage, that’ll be $1.13 million.