788 Rosedale Avenue SEAtlanta, Georgia GA30312
This is your opportunity as a homeowner or investor to restore and renovate a 2744 square foot, 1924 historic home in a sought after location. Situated in the heart of Grant Park, 788 Rosedale is one block from the Atlanta Zoo and is filled with old world charm. The original hardwood floors, solid wood pocket doors, picture rail, and four decorative fireplaces with mantels will send you back in time. The custom made stained-glass prismed doorway panels catch the afternoon sunlight in both the living room and library. 12-foot ceilings greet you upon entry and a soaring cathedral hallway with skylights frames the staircase. The main level features a huge porch, separate Living, Dining and Library rooms, a large 60's Kitchen and a breakfast nook that sits aside French doors that open on to the deck. Around the corner are two bedrooms and two bathrooms - one of which is en suite. Head up the staircase and you will find an expanded second floor with an en suite bathroom, a walk in closet, and sitting room - just calling to be renovated into a peaceful primary bedroom retreat. A level flat eco-friendly backyard opens up a myriad of possibilities. ON STREET PARKING ONLY. Tax record says on/off street parking but to our knowledge at this time there is only on street parking, we know of no easement agreements. Walk to the Beltline - it's .5 mile away. Head to the Farmer's market on Sunday or stroll to the Zoo and pick up a sandwich at Bennet's Market and Deli. Wake up early and catch the newest edition of the Porch Press at a cafe reminiscent of a 60's coffeehouse. Grant Park families also have multiple public school options for K-8, residents are eligible to apply to the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, the second oldest charter in Georgia in addition to accessing the area public schools. If you happen to be a lover of all the warts and charms that older homes possess and want to be part of a special Grant Park community, then you may just want to come by and take a look. Caution: Do not go out on the deck under any circumstances. The stairs and railings need to be replaced. Because of this cautionary measure, we ask you to NOT bring children during your visit. There is caution tape up to remind you of the danger.