We would like to take a few minutes in feature a new construction modern property available in the Old Fourth Ward area of Atlanta. This house is super cool and is priced at 599,900. If you were looking for homes on the beltline or close to neighborhoods like Virginia Highland or Inman Park then this might be the home for you. This beautiful home is being offered by Scott Eaves of Epic Development more information about this contemporary Atlanta home can be found on EpicDevelopment.com
This three story home is located in the Old Fourth Ward community (O4W) and is within easy walking distance to the Beltline, Historic Fourth Ward Park and the highly anticipated Ponce City Market. This new construction contemporary home features four bedrooms and three bathrooms including a guest bedroom and full bath on the main level.
The main level features a very open floor plan including nine foot ceilings, hardwood floors, family room with modern fireplace with custom mantle and built-in bookshelves, formal dining room and a must see kitchen! The kitchen has custom flat panel cabinets in a modern color, quartz countertops with waterfall feature, tile backsplash and an oversized island that overlooks the family room. The Bosch appliance package includes gas range with microwave vent hood, dishwasher and refrigerator. There is a deck off of the main level making the home perfect for entertaining.
The third floor features two secondary bedrooms, hall bathroom, laundry room and master suite. The master bathroom features double vanities and an oversized shower with double shower heads and frameless glass enclosure.
One great bonus is that this modern home has a two car drive under garage with a finished bonus room!
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