For Sale in Atlanta
Nearly half of all 129 units at Pratt Stacks have sold since November, project leaders report.
Can virtual staging and a "MAJOR PRICE IMPROVEMENT" finally do the trick?
It’s called "adorable, spacious" living in the treetops, just south of the village’s attractions.
Touting "exciting" views, the first option to market costs $725,000.
"Modern design is definitely commanding a premium right now," notes the agent.
In central Buckhead, the Waldorf Astoria’s Villa 2 is asking $3.75 million along Peachtree Road.
With bubble lamps galore, the Old Fourth Ward condo allows for watching PCM shoppers while doing the dishes.
The majority of available homes have been claimed, per developer Brock Built.
South of Atlanta, the 2018 estate embraces its pretty, aquatic setting.
The listing dubs Oakland City "one of Atlanta’s fastest appreciating neighborhoods."
The rumor mill is swirling about what could happen to the parcel in such a booming location.
This retro modern has been updated with an outdoor theater and snazzy spa bathroom.
Due west of downtown Atlanta, the corner-lot property isn’t short on space—or porches.
By Atlanta standards, it’s not a large home, but the "super cute" description fits.
Seller Tim Jennings won a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts and shined with the Chicago Bears.
This Peachtree Park five-bedroom invites Atlantans to have their own Affair with a House.
The renovated Mozley Park dwelling joins an initiative to bring affordability and sustainability to Westside neighborhoods.
All 16 options along Glen Iris Drive in the Old Fourth Ward include an elevator.
A block from the Atlanta Beltline, it’s the neighborhood’s cheapest finished four-bedroom option.
It’s a space-conscious option at the Park View at O4W community.
With a wraparound porch and five bedrooms, the 2008 residence overlooks Freedom Park.
Following a gut-renovation, the 1940s bungalow south of downtown was under contract in the first weekend.
Counting a saltwater pool and classic touches, the 1952 listing is predicted to make "mid-mod enthusiasts... drool."
Wood beams, soaring ceilings, and old brick walls—oh my!
Designed by pioneering female architect in the early 1900s, the Decatur property has been available for several months.
"It truly is one of a kind," relays the listing agent.
South of downtown, Monticello Park development doesn’t cost an arm + leg in a growing ITP area.
The 10th Street relic is one of very few houses asking $1 million or more in the neighborhood right now.
The spruced-up 1920s residence stands a few doors down from the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
The Poncey-Highland listing is the upgraded back half of a contemporary duplex on North Avenue.
It comes furnished, and the Art Deco building’s address is deemed a "Walker’s Paradise," but parking is zilch.
Pricing and interior renderings emerge for what could be the Atlanta Beltline’s first condo tower.