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Eight Atlanta Fixer-Uppers On the Market

From $40K near the Beltline's Westside Trail to nearly $1.7 million in Buckhead

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For Atlantans who aren't adverse to a little elbow grease, or investors who actually know what they're doing, the current real estate landscape offers some interesting opportunities in the form of fixer-uppers.

From $40,000 near the Beltline's Westside Trail to nearly $1.7 million in Buckhead, these Atlanta properties could all use a little (or a LOT) of love.

In honor of Renovation Week, here's a handy map to gauge where they are and what they cost.

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$299K in Old Fourth Ward

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This 1920 bungalow in O4W is right off Central Park, but rather far from the Eastside Trail and such. Most Atlantans would not consider it livable as is.

$389K in Underwood Hills

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This four-bedroom abode in Underwood Hills looks at least partially renovated (see: kitchen granite) but has languished on the market for 145 days.

$1.7M in Buckhead

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Okay, so this $1.69 Mediterranean relic with Italianate flare in Buckhead's Peachtree Heights West is positively lovely in most respects, but its dated kitchen and old carpets earn it official "fixer-upper" status in the listing.

$40K in Mozley Park

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For bargain hunters, this $40,000 three-bedroom from 1920 sits near the Beltline's Westside Trail, a stone's throw from Westview Cemetery. Bad news: Unless you're a squatter, it's unlivable right now.

$439K in Grant Park

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Listed at $439,000, this four-bedroom bungalow from 1920 is under contract, ostensibly because it has loads of potential. Its most recent use could have been a frat house.

$200K in Kirkwood

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Listed at $200,000, this little one-bedroom in Kirkwood is under contract, and probably isn't long for this world.

$738K in Morningside

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This 1930 Tudor occupies a lot on one of Morningside's greatest streets, per the listing, among more beautiful Tudors that fetch $1.2 million.

$120K in West End

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It might look like a college flophouse now, but this 1930s bungalow in West End has plenty of potential, from the wide front porch to the deep backyard.

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$299K in Old Fourth Ward

This 1920 bungalow in O4W is right off Central Park, but rather far from the Eastside Trail and such. Most Atlantans would not consider it livable as is.

$389K in Underwood Hills

This four-bedroom abode in Underwood Hills looks at least partially renovated (see: kitchen granite) but has languished on the market for 145 days.

$1.7M in Buckhead

Okay, so this $1.69 Mediterranean relic with Italianate flare in Buckhead's Peachtree Heights West is positively lovely in most respects, but its dated kitchen and old carpets earn it official "fixer-upper" status in the listing.

$40K in Mozley Park

For bargain hunters, this $40,000 three-bedroom from 1920 sits near the Beltline's Westside Trail, a stone's throw from Westview Cemetery. Bad news: Unless you're a squatter, it's unlivable right now.

$439K in Grant Park

Listed at $439,000, this four-bedroom bungalow from 1920 is under contract, ostensibly because it has loads of potential. Its most recent use could have been a frat house.

$200K in Kirkwood

Listed at $200,000, this little one-bedroom in Kirkwood is under contract, and probably isn't long for this world.

$738K in Morningside

This 1930 Tudor occupies a lot on one of Morningside's greatest streets, per the listing, among more beautiful Tudors that fetch $1.2 million.

$120K in West End

It might look like a college flophouse now, but this 1930s bungalow in West End has plenty of potential, from the wide front porch to the deep backyard.