551 Oakland Avenue SE Atlanta, GA 30312
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Sharing both Neoclassical Victorian and Greek Revival styling, 551 Oakland holds a unique place in Grant Park's historic architectural lexicon and stands as the latest and greatest testament to the significance of the neighborhood's residential renaissance. Built in 1910 and located in the heart of the northwest quadrant of Grant Park, this former quadplex has been lovingly renovated & restored by Firm Foundation Builders with impeccable detail by Carl Mattison Design. Kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances including a 48-inch range and dueling dishwashers, hidden pantry, and exquisite marble and cement quartz countertops. Spacious owner's suite like you wouldn't believe with its own private den and upper porch. All five bathrooms feature stunning detail and tile work. Living room fireplace is fully functional, while six other decorative fireplaces cheer up their respective spaces. Extra spaces include two large entry sitting rooms, a huge extra den off the back living room, a massive attic space outfitted with with pull-down stairs and foam-insulated roof perfect for storage build-out without the worry of negotiating with any blown attic insulation, and an unfinished basement with +/- 1600 square feet which includes interior and exterior entry and granite foundation walls perfect for a massive wine cellar and a personal speak-easy. A true Southern-style wrap-around porch, back patio that spans nearly 30 feet, a deep lot that includes new 2-car detached garage with alley access, and an abundance of space in the back yard for a future pool. Listing agent must be present & pre-approval letter / proof of funds required for showings.
|3 days ago||Listing updated with changes from the MLS|
|3 days ago||Status changed to Active Under Contract|
|2 months ago||Status changed to Active|
|2 months ago||Status changed to Pending|
|3 months ago||Listing first seen online|