In Old Fourth Ward, this sleek contemporary residence that maximizes a slim corner lot first blipped the listings radar late last year, when it was under construction—and priced at $800,000 even.
It’s back this week, now finished, with a $925,000 price tag that aims to set a new bar for the immediate area, as posted by Keller Knapp Realty.
Within barking distance of local landmarks like bar-restaurant-dog-park Fetch and Church tavern, the “exquisite” three-bedroom, three-bathroom modern has claimed a vacant lot where Boulevard meets Gartrell Street, between Edgewood Avenue and Decatur Street.
With a transit hub, the Beltline, and Edgewood Avenue food and drink options so close, the WalkScore here registers at a stellar 93.
The home’s 2,444 square feet take a majority of the lot, with a two-vehicle carport (and EV charging capabilities) in the back. There’s said to be an automatic gate, but it’s not clear where that is.
Highlights include the two elevated patios—off the master bedroom and front, with skyline views—the double-height living room, fixed speakers around every corner, and a restrained style overall, befitting the exterior.
Meanwhile, across the street, the most significant Boulevard development in at least a decade—the $70 million, mixed-use Waldo’s Old Fourth Ward with a hotel, townhomes, and retail—is undergoing the initial phases of site prep and construction. Which means Midtown views from the roof might not be permanent.
Other contemporary O4W dwellings of comparable size have fetched $900,000 or more in recent years, but those were situated across the neighborhood, closer to Ponce City Market and Historic Fourth Ward Park.
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