983 Boulevard, Grant Park
(Home Faces Mead St.)
3 Bedroom / 2 Bath
Soon to be hitting the market, this great light-filled home in the Grant Park Historic District was totally renovated just a year ago with an extensive floorplan reconfiguration, recessed lighting, all new hardwood flooring, new stainless steel appliances, two new bathrooms–the works!   Seller loves the house but now needs more space.
If you thought this part of town was out of your reach, look again!  This home will list at $225,000.
Click here or on the image above for interior photos, and give us a call for a private showing before it hits the market.

 
(Click the image for more information about the Grant Park neighborhood)

About Grant Park…

The Neighborhood’s namesake, Grant Park, is a 131 acre green space that includes a playground, walking trails, and beautiful landscaping.  For History buffs, the nearby Cyclorama is a rotating museum showcasing the world’s largest oil-based painting, depicting the battle of Atlanta.  Also in Grant Park is Zoo Atlanta, one of the oldest zoos in the country.  Other nearby activities include Oakland Cemetery, which is the resting place of some of the city’s most famous residents, Hushpuppy Gallery, and Grant Park Pool.
-Laura Hutton, about.atlanta.com

Grant Park is home to the beautiful Historic Oakland Cemetery, the oldest in Atlanta and the largest green space in the city, the world famous Zoo Atlanta, and Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum, which houses THE largest oil painting in the world right here in Atlanta!

And while you’re getting to know the neighborhood, why don’t you check out some of the area’s top-notch eateries:

The Shed at Glenwood
Augustines
Stone Soup Kitchen
Ria’s Bluebird
Dakota Blue
Republic Social House
Agave

(Southwestern)
Spoon
(Thai)
Six Feet Under
(Seafood)
Ziba’s

(Mediterranean Wine Bar)