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Craftsman Homes For Sale In Atlanta GA
Searching for Craftsman homes for sale in Atlanta?
You've come to the right place! There are over 100 Craftsman-style homes currently for sale in the Atlanta area, including our new listing at 56 Clay Street in Atlanta's Kirkwood neighborhood.
This Craftsman home has all the bells and whistles, from the 2-car garage with bonus room to the double decker front porches. You will love the gourmet eat-in kitchen, gleaming hardwoods, light filled rooms and dreamy master suite with French doors that open to the covered porch. You'll love the friendly neighbors and being just a few blocks away from Kirkwood restaurants, shops and annual festivals! View more photos of 56 Clay Street in Kirkwood Atlanta.
If you want to search for Craftsman homes for sale by Atlanta neighborhood, click here. Believe it or not, over 40 Craftsman homes were just listed this week, ranging in price from $65K to almost $2.0 million! View all of the latest listings.
The most popular neighborhoods with Craftsman homes are Kirkwood, East Atlanta, Grant Park and the City of Decatur (zip code 30030). The are growing in popularity in the Atlanta suburbs, especially Smyrna, Marietta and Roswell. If you need assistance with your search for the perfect Atlanta Craftsman home, please call Kerry Lucasse at 404-205-8800. I'd love to help!
56 Clay St SE in Atlanta, GA 30317 is exclusively listed by Jamie Walzer and Kerry Lucasse with the Nest Atlanta team at EXP Realty. For more information about this home, please call us at 404.205.8800. It was just listed, so it will probably sell very quickly!
As an Intown Atlanta resident for over 20 years, Kerry Lucasse knows the neighborhoods inside an out. She turned her passion for historic homes into a career in real estate. Prior to real estate, Ke....
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