For first-time homebuyers who may feel priced out of intown Atlanta, properties in East Point come in at a lower price point.
Like this 1930s renovated Bungalow at 1397 Gus Thornhill Jr. Drive in East Point’s East Washington neighborhood. Priced at $164,900, the property is a tight 800 square feet. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom.
Agent Shelley Dieter with Red Door Group calls East Point a “hidden gem,” noting its proximity to MARTA stations, downtown and the airport.
The property includes a front porch, open floor plan, quartz countertops and refinished hardwoods.
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The home also has a partially fenced backyard, new kitchen appliances, a laundry area and space for an in-home office.
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