838 Brookline St., Atlanta, GA 30310

838 Brookline St., Atlanta, GA 30310
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Sold on 4/05/24
Beds Baths Sq. Ft. Taxes Built
4 2.1 1,800 $2,854 1923
On the market: 36 days
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One of Adair Park’s most famous homes is now for sale! This remarkable craftsman offers the rarest opportunity, having the unique distinction of being ONE of only two dozen homes in Adair park located directly on the BELTLINE. If you have walked the westside BELTLINE before you know this property! Imagine waking up every morning and lacing up your running shoes, opening up your back door and instantly being on the BELTLINE for your daily jog. Or inviting all your friends and family over to experience the wonder of the BELTLINE LANTERN PARADE from the convenience of your expansive back deck. Besides the unrivaled location, there is so much to love about 838 Brookline- It begins when viewing the large inviting front porch, distinctive bold bungalow roof lines, cedar shake shingles, and gable stain glass window. Walking through the solid oak front door, you will find historic details like wood windows, coffered ceiling, beautiful wainscot paneling, central hallway, and beautiful hardwood floors. 838 Brookline offers TWO living rooms and convenient open floor plan complete with chefs kitchen offering extra counter space and large kitchen island. 838 Brookline’s quality features continue into the king sized primary bedroom where you will find a deep walk in closet and spacious bathroom containing double vanities, walk in shower, and separate soaking tub! Rest easy knowing this home has been immaculately cared for and filled with love by the current owners. Adair Park is a great neighborhood and a even better investment, as its home to both the nicest neighbors in the city and tons of commercial growth- as evidenced by the multiple mixed use developments ongoing within the neighborhood, including the game changing Murphys Crossing! Come live in the best neighborhood in Atlanta.
Listing courtesy of Jarred Bone, Keller Knapp