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A luxurious modern 3 bedroom 3.5 bathroom home in an historic neighborhood, this listing is offered for $7500.00 per month. Plenty of natural light and modern, light colored furnishings give the open floor plan an even more spacious feel, while bold colors offer homey touches in the private living spaces. The feeling of open spaces and airiness is accentuated by light wood or neutral stone flooring, high ceilings, and large windows on all sides. On the main floor you will find 1 bedroom with en-suite bath, and an enormous kitchen where shining stainless appliances complement gleaming white counters and cabinets as well as a large, warm living space with luxuriously comfortable furnishings where a large glass door verging onto the patio. Upstairs, 2 well-appointed bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms, are full of natural light and views to the neighborhood as well as the private outdoor living space and beautiful covered patio. This home has a luxuriously large lot in its historic neighborhood, complete with a covered seating area with a fan to protect from the Georgia summer as well as an open air seating section for more temperate evenings. The historic Reynoldstown neighborhood is one of the oldest in the city, and this home is in its heart, with access to the Beltline and its trendy boutiques and restaurants, Krog Street tunnel, shopping, dining and entertaining, as well as the Historic Oakland Cemetery, rich with local lore.
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Hip Cabbagetown is an artsy neighborhood with cozy eateries serving burgers and hot dogs, brunch and Southern specialties. Colorful 1800s mill cottages with double-height porches line the narrow streets, and striking street art covers the Krog Street Tunnel, tucked beneath rail tracks. Oakland Cemetery features lavish 19th-century memorials and the grave of “Gone With the Wind” author Margaret Mitchell. This is a great neighborhood with a funky vibe, which also includes the Cabbagetown District, a historic district listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.