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Sold on 6/27/23
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Stunning and completely renovated turn-of-the-century Summerhill/Peoplestown home two blocks from DH Stanton Park and the Atlanta Beltline. Originally built between 1890 and 1900 this house has so much character! The house was completely redone, taking it all the way down to the studs but keeping the original bones of the house. Entering from the rocking chair front porch you will notice the soaring 12-foot ceilings through-out, the open floor plan which flows from the spacious entrance foyer thru the family room into the dining room and into the huge kitchen. The original fireplaces and chimney are a focal point as you look from the living and dining area into the fabulous cook's kitchen with high-end stainless-steel appliances and built-in microwave, stainless steel hooded range and custom cabinets with French doors opening onto the deck in back, overlooking the fabulous flat sodded back yard. The three bedrooms are all ensuite with primary and secondary suites located on the main floor and the cozy loft bedroom and bath on the second floor. The primary bedroom boasts a large walk-in closet, French doors onto the back deck and overlooking the back yard, a bathroom that has a separate walk-in shower and soaking tub with a double vanity. The secondary suite has a large closet, huge shower and is arranged to double as a guest bath. The upstairs bedroom and bath have tons of light and could also be used as a studio, office, or a bonus room. The exterior of the home is very attractive from the plank siding, metal roof, and cedar accents and columns !! the lot is flat in front and back and has tons of access to the outdoors as well as the truly vibrant community. Summerhill/Peoplestown is located just south of the Georgia State football stadium (the old Turner Field) with a new Publix under construction and many new restaurants, The Beacon, Eventide Brewing, and Zoo Atlanta. Lots of exciting things are happening in the area with the help of Georgia State. The charm of the brick streets and the sidewalks all though the area help make this one of the most desirable spots on the southern end of the Beltline.
Listing courtesy of Dorsey Alston Realtors