Four Bed | Three and One Half Bath | 2-car Garage
Approximately 2,400 Square Feet
This brand new construction in historic Grant Park by Firm Foundation Builders with inspiration from Carl Mattison Design has it all! Standing tall on a corner lot across from APS’s award-winning Parkside Elementary School, this 3-story masterpiece starts with a grade-level first floor (basement) that includes a drive-under two-car garage and a guest suite. The second floor, accessible from internal stairs or the grand brick staircase in front, offers a sweeping front porch that leads right through the front door into an open floor plan perfect for any entertainer.
Lush, darker hardwoods, clean and classic lines, and modern touches in the tilework and fixtures are what make this place pop. The living room features a working gas fireplace with custom glass tile and mantel. The 3-globe dining room light fixture even has a pattern reflected in the fireplace tilework while a “barn” sliding door stylishly hides the half bath. Your eat-in kitchen sports an entire tiled wall, a designer lighting package and brand new appliances, as well as access to the back deck which overlooks the backyard and a future single-family-home development that will have a wide green space between the new homes and your new backyard.
Ascend the stairs to the third floor lit by designer sconce lights and you’ll see you’re now in the “treetop” overlooking the east side of the Grant Park neighborhood. On this floor, you have three bedrooms, each with berber carpet, and two bathrooms. The oversized master suite is nestled under a stylishly trayed ceiling while the master bath includes a designer soaking tub, glass shower with marble chevron tiles, and dual vanities.
All around the property you’ll see progress going on. In front of the house, the Mercer Hill development of seven new single family homes by the same builder is coming along with the first three houses hitting the market within the next two months. Out back there will be six new single family houses popping up within the next few months. And a block to the north, at the dead-end of Eloise Street, there will be a development of fourteen contemporary townhomes slated to hit the market within the next year.
With all the commercial development happening just a few blocks north on the Memorial Corridor and with the prospect of having tons of new neighbors all around you soon -- not to mention you’re a block and a half away from the upcoming Beltline extension, you’re in the first tier selection zone of the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School as well as within the Maynard H Jackson High School cluster -- this property is one of the smartest investments a buyer can make right now in Grant Park.