Model Home..

Have you ever toured a home and just wanted to -STAY? Well, that’s how I feel every time I see 523 E. Ontario.  This home is a perfect pad for those interested in

1) City living

2) An active, concerned neighborhood- residents and association

3)Affordability

4)A home with DETAILS! CHARACTER,CHARM- (leaving all your friends envious!)

5) Large private backyard, huge party deck

6) A Walk in closet/room!

7) Coffered ceilings, multiple fireplaces

8)A renovated home- ready for your touch but no major work needed

9)Close to BeltLine

10)Applicances!

11) Paved SIDEWALKS!!!

12) Clawfoot tub

13) much more- a MUST SEE..

I’m looking for a reason to go back and “gush” over this home. Let’s tour it together today! List price 165K

West End/ Westview Homes for Sale

Fully renovated, move in condition homes! Awaiting your inspection. View the links below to see these great deals! These homes will pass FHA inspection. Beltline Community- speak with your mortgage officer about city funds for down payments!

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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

http://www.postlets.com/res/4643963

1790 Laurelwood Drive -Adams Park- on Golf Course.. Investor Special 45K

 Next Up

1498 Westwood Ave (Westview) & Rogers; exquisite  rehabs by J.W. Kelly Properties, Grady Place.

Architecture Coach:Queen Anne

A sub-style of the late Victorian era, Queen Anne is a collection of coquettish detailing and eclectic materials. Steep cross-gabled roofs, towers, and vertical windows are all typical of a Queen Anne home. Inventive, multistory floor plans often include projecting wings, several porches and balconies, and multiple chimneys with decorative chimney pots.

Wooden “gingerbread” trim in scrolled and rounded “fish-scale” patterns frequently graces gables and porches. Massive cut stone foundations are typical of period houses. Created by English architect Richard Norman Shaw, the style was popularized after the Civil War by architect Henry Hobson Richardson and spread rapidly, especially in the South and West.

Information and photo taken from www.Realtor.org