Great starter home for one ready to roll up his/her sleeves! Huge lot, new heating system easy access to public transportation- SIDE WALKS 🙂 . Make your best & highest- you could be in your new home by Valentines Day!
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You’ll love this Intown cottage with lots of room to expand! Spacious corner lot, 1 car garage and FULL basement with screened porch!!
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413 Karli Court, McDonough, GA 4bed/3baths Traditional $139K http://www.postlets.com/res/4354275
1556 South Gordon St, Westview-in town Atlanta 3bed/2bath Restoration + attic $169K http://www.postlets.com/res/4225188
Home Tour: http://www.flyinside.com/tour.php?id=44365 (SOLD)
626 Willard Ave, Westview Atlanta 3bed, 2baths Renovation $120.9K http://www.postlets.com/res/4289274 (New Price)
Home Tour: http://www.flyinside.com/tour.php?id=44629
1184 Eggleston Ave Historic West End 3bed/2bath renovated with Loft 135K
1790 Laurelwood Drive -Adams Park- on Golf Course.. Investor Special 45K
1498 Westwood Ave (Westview) & Rogers; exquisite rehabs by J.W. Kelly Properties, Grady Place.
However, home buyers these days increasingly are interested in smaller homes that consume less energy and encourage interaction among neighbors.
Developers in cities such as Seattle, Boston, and Milwaukee are building cottage developments to meet the rising demand.
Architect Ross Chapin and developer Jim Soules have erected nearly 50 Craftsman-style cottages during the last 10 years in the Seattle area. (Watch Video: Choosing Cottages Over McMansions)
The quirky homes sell for as much as $600,000, despite the fact that they range in size from just 800 square feet to 1,500 square feet.
Chapin uses clever design tricks, such as corner windows and skylights, to give the illusion of more space. He also makes the most of every inch by including crawlspace storage and built-in bookshelves and cubbies.
“These days, we drive to the house, open the garage door, go in,” Indianapolis developer Casey Land told the Wall Street Journal. “But it’s important to get to know your neighbors. I think people miss that.”
Source: Wall Street Journal, Sara Lin (07/18/08..)