1432 Van Epps Avenue SE
In the center of East Atlanta Villiage is a new bungalow with a large backyard, a new deck and new systems including a sewer and water line. Despite the modern upgrades, it isn’t short on vintage charm. There’s a woodpecker doorknocker from 1923.
1571 Belmont Avenue SW
Minutes from downtown Atlanta, the Beltline and Lee White Brewery is a remodeled home in the historic Capital View neighborhood. It features a spacious living area and an owner’s suite that opens to a private deck. Upgrades include marble countertops and recessed and pendulum lighting.
871 White Street SW
The Historic West End is home to this all-brick bungalow, which has solid wood flooring throughout the abode. Perhaps best of all, there’s a rare full-sized garage, which has a brand-new door.
769 Berkeley Avenue NW
West Midtown’s sought-after Berkeley Park neighborhood has a charming home that features a painted brick fireplace and an updated bathroom among the features. Those with lots of items will be happy to see the built-in shelves in the bonus room and a shed that offers more storage.
1075 Moreland Avenue
This renovated Ormewood Park bungalow offers convenient access to MARTA, the Beltline and East Atlanta Village. Inside, the owner’s suite features a vaulted ceiling, dual closets and a jetted bathtub. You can also pass time on the front porch or the stone patio and ample grassy area.
620 Memorial Drive SE
This move-in-ready home with 1920s charm awaits in Cabbagetown. The newly renovated build is an open-concept house with soft-close cabinetry. It’s also steps away from Krog Street Market.