The 2,700-square-foot modern build at 829 North Avenue NE is on the market for $1.12 million.

5 properties adjacent to the Eastside Beltline trail listed for sale

Lately, foot traffic on Atlanta’s Eastside Beltline trail has been fodder for much heated discussion. But in “normal times” proximity to the Beltline is often a real estate goldmine. 

If you’re eyeing a move or just want some inspiration to spruce up your own home while sheltering in place, here are five properties listed for sale with close proximity to the Eastside Beltline Trail, ranging in price from the $300Ks to more than $1 million.

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680 Greenwood Ave., Atlanta

Asking Price: $415,000

This two-story loft sits directly next to the Beltline. Between Ponce City Market and Piedmont Park, the space offers great walkability to nearby eateries and grocery stores. The space has a spiral staircase and plenty of windows to let natural light in.

870 Inman Village Parkway NE, Atlanta

Asking Price: $315,000

Located in Inman Park, this 810-square-foot condo offer access to amenities like a pool and fitness center. The condo has high-end finishes, a large soaking tub and a spacious patio, perfect for outdoor dining.

747 Ralph McGill Blvd. NE, Atlanta 

Asking Price: $384,999

In Old Fourth Ward’s Block Lofts, this unit is a two-story loft-style condo. Sprawling more than 1,200 square feet, it has two bedrooms and two-full bathrooms. It has new hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and a fresh coat of paint.

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49 Krog Street, Atlanta  

Asking Price: $1,055,900

Emerson on Krog is a new build in Inman Park. The four-story townhomes have four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The development is located behind Krog Street Market with close access to the Beltline.

829 North Ave., Atlanta 

Asking Price: $1,125,000

In addition to the three bedrooms and 3.5 baths, the townhouse has an office work space on the top level and a rooftop patio with “skyline views.”

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