Much larger than it looks from the exterior, this Ansley Park bungalow is walking distance from the best of what Midtown has to offer, including Piedmont Park & the Atlanta Botanical Gardens! The inside needs some updating however, this home has SO much potential & is brimming with original character & boats lovely midtown views. Simultaneously, this could be a great investment opportunity both as a rental, there is a separately metered unit with exterior access on the lower level, or for someone looking to build their dream home from the ground up! Finally, the piece de resistance is the fabulous private pool nestled in the back of this sizable lot!
Listing courtesy of FMLS / Harry Norman Realtor
Last updated Nov 24, 2022
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MLS# 6617256 —
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Located on the Ansley Park side of 17th just before the traffic circle. Please use GPS for additional directions.
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