Craftsman Style Homes West Highlands

Dated: 03/10/2015

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Just west of downtown and midtown Atlanta, there is a semi-new neighborhood called the West Highlands.  I did some driving around to check out the area and I must say it is quite the neighborhood that features 3 and 4 bedroom craftsman style homes, its own mini park and even an elementary school.  The first 2 phases of this subdivision began between 2006 and 2008.  The 2 newest phases have already begun building and will be ready for winter 2014.  The location of these homes is neatly tucked away off Marietta St just SW of Howell Mill and just a short 10 minute drive to the city.  Prices are starting in the mid $200’s to the mid $300’s and some of the houses have a full basement.   The majority of these homes feature 2 car garages, open floor plans with nice upgrades, spacious bathrooms and  nice sized walk in closets. I like to call it a touch of suburbia in the city of Atlanta.  If you or someone you know are interested in this little gem of a neighborhood and have more questions about available properties, contact Pauline Bowman, Beltline Specialist/Intown Buyers Agent with eXp Realty at 678-682-1221 or [email protected]  

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