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For $550K, jazzed-up Kirkwood ranch brings a two-bedroom apartment (and pops of pink)
The recently listed renovation described as "gorgeous" overlooks Coan Park.
Chipper, revised 1940s bungalow near East Atlanta Village costs $425K
It’s not huge, but this three-bedroom abode on a tree-shaded lot was renovated with character.
Craftsman bungalow from the 1880s, among Grant Park’s oldest homes, seeks $737K
For those in the mood for period detailing and very tall ceilings.
Discounted 1940s Tudor estate in Buckhead now floated as a possible teardown
Per the listing, $500K in price reductions means the $1.6M asking price makes "subdividing appealing."
Off the Beltline’s Eastside Trail, contemporary Reynoldstown dwelling targets $540K
Offering as many outdoor hangouts as bedrooms, it’s one of a dozen Rtown Lane homes.
Flipper: Former drug den near Beltline’s Westside Trail is ‘beacon of light’ at $290K
Southwest of downtown, the Bush Mountain property was expanded by 550 square feet.
Could $675K Collier Hills home with rumored Frank Lloyd Wright ties be a 1950s stunner?
This four-bedroom midcentury modern in Buckhead hasn’t totally obscured its cool bones.
Updated loft neighboring Ponce City Market called ‘spotless’ costs $450K
It’s a two-bedroom corner unit at Old Fourth Ward’s Glen Iris Lofts.
At $669K, updated 1920s bungalow is Inman Park’s least expensive house at the moment
Features include inimitable pine floors, five decorative fireplaces, and classic 12-foot ceilings.
1950s contemporary near Cheshire Bridge brings ‘fresh California feel’ for $575K
The listing comes "stocked with your choice of black or purple CDC-recommended gloves and a treasure trove of sanitary wipes," says the agent.
In face of coronavirus restrictions, Serenbe clings to some sense of normalcy
The agrarian-chic community continues to offer a range of homes for sale, including this $959K modern farmhouse.
Owner: $3.5M Lake Lanier mansion is ‘a great place to self-quarantine’
It’s got six bedrooms, 12,000 square feet, and a huge double-decker dock.
Two-story Midtown penthouse with huge terrace could induce drool at $1.34M
High over Peachtree Street, it’s contemporary elegance indeed.
Darling 1920s Grant Park residence showcases original details, asks $575K
While functional, the kitchen and bathrooms "will need your imagination and love," the listing advises.
Buckhead loft with enormous patio called ‘little slice of NYC’ at $475K
The airy unit at Mathieson Exchange Lofts is considered a one-bedroom.
Handsome 1930s bungalow renovation in Sylvan Hills sets sights on $350K
Southwest of downtown Atlanta, the "adorable Tudor" appears thoroughly redone.
Young Jeezy’s former Buckhead penthouse is back on market, renovated, asking $1.5M
The Atlanta rapper’s old digs—once a spartan space with a shrine to footwear—are called the "ultimate entertainer’s showplace."
Neel Reid-designed showstopper with ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ ties fancies $2.7M
It’s marketed as a six-bedroom masterpiece in Druid Hills.
Photos: Touring the artful, $3.75M Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Showhouse
Public tours of the 75th Anniversary property continue through March 22.
1970s dwelling near Spaghetti Junction became a ‘modern dream’ in just four months
$489K gets nearly 3,000 square feet and retro, split-level living.
For $950K, custom Old Fourth Ward modern brings primo rooftop living room, kitchen
An invitation to "be a part of Atlanta’s best neighborhood" and live "the true Beltline lifestyle."
Stylish midcentury pad called ‘stunning’ where Buckhead, Sandy Springs meet
For fans of tongue-and-groove and lush Atlanta acreage, that’ll be $1.13 million.
East Atlanta cottage in a forested setting has porches galore at $388K
It’s called "adorable, spacious" living in the treetops, just south of the village’s attractions.
At $1.1M, art-filled contemporary continues LaVista Park’s modernistic leanings
"Modern design is definitely commanding a premium right now," notes the agent.
Atlanta’s most expensive townhome includes a six-car garage, $500K discount
In central Buckhead, the Waldorf Astoria’s Villa 2 is asking $3.75 million along Peachtree Road.
This stylish loft with views of Ponce City Market is called ‘oversized’ at $525K
With bubble lamps galore, the Old Fourth Ward condo allows for watching PCM shoppers while doing the dishes.
With perky Cape Cod stylings, bungalow near Beltline’s Westside Trail summons $275K
The listing dubs Oakland City "one of Atlanta’s fastest appreciating neighborhoods."
What a $1.7M, three-bedroom Atlanta townhome looks like right now
It’s the former model unit at St. Andrews, a Monte Hewett community in Buckhead Village.
Stucco-clad 1970s contemporary is party central in Buckhead at $1.37M
This retro modern has been updated with an outdoor theater and snazzy spa bathroom.
Former Georgia Bulldogs, NFL star aims to tackle $1.3M with Midtown condo
Seller Tim Jennings won a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts and shined with the Chicago Bears.
Uniquely charming, $1.1M Buckhead traditional has expansion inspired by a book
This Peachtree Park five-bedroom invites Atlantans to have their own Affair with a House.
In shadow of Ponce City Market, new $900K+ townhomes are ready for their closeup
All 16 options along Glen Iris Drive in the Old Fourth Ward include an elevator.
Despite $1.3M price, traditional ‘gem’ in Candler Park was claimed in days
With a wraparound porch and five bedrooms, the 2008 residence overlooks Freedom Park.
Agent: This redone Sylvan Hills bungalow asking $320K was mobbed with offers
Following a gut-renovation, the 1940s bungalow south of downtown was under contract in the first weekend.
With TLC, could this $600K Decatur dwelling be a midcentury showstopper?
Counting a saltwater pool and classic touches, the 1952 listing is predicted to make "mid-mod enthusiasts... drool."
On downtown’s Marietta Street, listing wants to make ‘loft dreams come true’ for $348K
Wood beams, soaring ceilings, and old brick walls—oh my!
For $640K, classic Oakhurst bungalow brings architectural pedigree, period charms
Designed by pioneering female architect in the early 1900s, the Decatur property has been available for several months.