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West End Atlanta Historic Beltline Homes On The Rise
This past weekend I have been doing some home shopping with a few clients and the West End/West View neighborhoods have been on the top of the list. With a convenience to I 20 via Langhorn and Ralph David Abernathy this is going to be the next area to thrive on the Beltline. Many home styles feature beautiful bungalows, some completely renovated with modern interiors while others maintain the traditional look of a home built in the 1940's. One of the listings featured all of the original wood trim and hardwood floors throughout. It would need a bit of renovations but having a price tag of roughly $100K definitely makes this home a steal. We saw a few more that sat on quiet streets with large square footage, original detail and beautiful front and back yards. My buyers instantly fell in love with the large porches on 2 of the homes and were ready to make an offer by the end of the day. As we wait on acceptance I will be checking the market for new listings because there is inventory coming available daily. Competition is steep between buyers for this area because agents know that this is a hot market, so it is no doubt that listings are getting multiple offers. I'm encouraging any buyer that is thinking about a purchase on the Beltline to take the tour to get acquainted with the trails and what neighborhoods are in walking distance. I also feel this can help buyers see the potential of an area that is midway through revitalization. Within a few short years, I expect West End to be the new O4W. If you would like for information on how to tour the Beltline or have questions about West End/West View, contact the Beltline Specialist with eXp Realty. Pauline Bowman at 678-682-1221 or [email protected]
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