Zillow estimates the property
at $388,000 (other houses on the block have estimated values of $348,000-$461,000).
The brick bungalow, built in 1928, isn't exactly a sprawling space – 1,224 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths and a stately fireplace in the living room. Based on the photos
attached to the listing
(which is for $469,000, by the way), the garage could use some sprucing up and the small glimpse into the kitchen indicates functional, standard-rental-apartment amenities.
But who knows? Maybe that was the room where he perfected “No Such Thing” or penned “Why Georgia.” And considering that in 2010, after his concert at Lakewood, Mayer popped into Eddie’s Attic for a surprise return gig, the day might come when the new owner hears an unexpected knock at the front door.
(And speaking of "Why Georgia," you can
take our quiz
to determine your Georgia anthem.)
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