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Located in the sought-after historic neighborhood of Kirkwood, this beautiful craftsman style home offers rare urban serenity. It has 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, home office, spacious kitchen with dining table, front sitting room, cozy living room with fire place, large laundry room with separate work space, hardwood floors, and ample light.
Outdoor space features a new screened-in back porch with propane fire table and TV. The large fenced-in backyard is fun for dogs and enjoying the wood burning fire pit. The front porch also provides space for entertaining.
Just steps away from the house you can immerse in nature at pet-friendly Hawk Hallow Park. From there it is a 5-minute walk to East Lake cafes, restaurants, and brewery; a half-mile to downtown Kirkwood and Oakhurst Village; and less than 2 miles to the Pullman Yards- a re-engineered historic site with live music and art exhibits. More in-town attractions are a 10-15 minute ride away such as Ponce City Market, Decatur Square, Krog Street, Little 5 Points and the Beltline Eastside Trail.
Quick access to I-20 makes it convenient to studios in Conyers and Convington, as well as nearby Shadowbox Studios.
Fully furnished with all utilities, wifi, and on-demand streaming services included. For Peloton fans, a Bike+ ensures you can continue riding with a complementary monthly membership.
Embrace the opportunity to make Kirkwood your home and the friendly community will welcome you!
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Security deposit: One Month's Rent
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Kirkwood is one of Atlanta’s most distinctive intown neighborhoods. The community is extremely walkable, has access to MARTA, is anchored by the beautiful Bessie Branham Park, features a quaint downtown, and is loaded with diverse culturally-rich neighbors! Kirkwood is known for upholding its historic charm, with its tree lined streets and Victorian and Craftsman homes. It’s a neighbor-oriented community with many parks and annual neighborhood events such as the Annual Spring Fling and Kirkwood Wine Crawl. Originally developed in 1870, Kirkwood was first known as a beautiful suburb of Atlanta. Kirkwood is one of the early streetcar suburbs and had express service to and from Atlanta daily. Kirkwood was incorporated in 1899 and annexed by the city of Atlanta in 1922.