Keeping it Real Estate: Coffee with Dixon Raney

Atlanta-born agent, Dixon Raney, lets us in on his 7 year career in real estate. Currently residing in Inman Park, Dixon’s firsthand knowledge of Atlanta’s in-town neighborhoods combined with his understanding of today’s market makes him the obvious choice.

Before real estate, Dixon attended Auburn University where he earned a degree in Entrepreneurship and Small Business. After graduation he was on a mission to travel and experiencing new cultures. Starting in Louisiana and then onto Breckenridge and ending with 9 months in New Zealand. Once back in Atlanta, he felt it was time to put down some roots.

Uninspired by the job market, Dixon jumped at an opportunity to shadow his stepmom Becky Morris, one of Atlanta’s top agents. After a successful outing and coincidental connection with Becky’s clients, Dixon was hooked. Initially handling some administrative work and learning the innerworkings of the business, Dixon soon got his license and started working as a fulltime agent. Not long after he and Becky partnered up to form the Morris Raney Real Estate Team.

After stopping by a neighborhood coffee shop in Inman Park, Dixon took us on an exclusive tour of his newest listing!


What sets you apart from other agents? I always shoot my clients straight, even if it’s not in my immediate best interest. Many of my past clients still tease me today about the houses I talked them out of buying! I believe honesty and trust is critical for a good working relationship. Once our clients trust and understand that we’re 100% working in their best interest, they’re able to relax more, take the information at hand, and confidently work towards their goal.

What traits do you contribute to your success? Honestly never feeling successful and therefor always needing to improve, but I also attribute a lot to my amazing mentor Becky Morris! I was lucky to get the opportunity to work alongside Becky when I was just starting out. Seeing first-hand how a veteran went about the business was an invaluable experience, and has no doubt been my biggest asset over the last 7 years.

Craziest Real Estate Story? The first one that comes to mind is when my client’s car was stolen from the driveway of the house we were viewing! We were out scouting for new construction opportunities in a neighborhood of interest. It was broad daylight and there were people actively working on the exterior of this house. The builder invited inside for a look. We were in the house for no more than a minute, the front door was still cracked open, when we heard the screeching tires of his company car heading for open road. Gone in 60 seconds!

Do you have one sale in particular that was extra memorable? I am working on one right now that’s pretty exciting for a few reasons. It’s a stunning modern house in the heart of Old Fourth Ward and the design elements and finishes are really unique so it’s been a treat to market. Even better it’s only 2 minutes from my house, it’s always fun to work in your own backyard. Lastly, we are scheduled to close this Friday, and it will set the record for highest sales price in the neighborhood!!

What drew you to Atlanta?  I was born and raised in Dunwoody. After going to college at Auburn University I wanted to get out and travel. I proceeded to live in Louisiana, Colorado and finally New Zealand before returning to my home. I will always love to travel, but at the end of the day I like being near my family. I’m blessed to have a large family, most of whom live in Atlanta or nearby.

What neighborhood do you call home? Favorite neighborhood shops and restaurants? I’ve lived in Inman Park for the past 3 years, it also happens to be my favorite neighborhood so it’s worked out pretty well.  The walkability is incredible, aside from work, I can park my car on a Friday and not touch it until Monday morning. It’s got everything I want in a neighborhood: small town vibe, great walkability, infinite # of places to eat and drink, lots of old trees, trails and pocket parks.

Have you traveled anywhere fun recently? Do you have any fun travels on the horizon? My sister and I did an epic road trip through the American Southwest this summer. We spent 10 days hitting all the National Parks, hiking and camping along the way. The National Park system is one of our country’s greatest treasures and I can’t encourage people enough to go visit them. There is a special feeling you get when you’re out there that simply can’t be found at any other resort or manmade destination.  This planet is so big and beautiful and unfortunately, we are very disconnected from it as a culture. Get out there!


Favorite restaurant in Atlanta right now? It’s impossible to choose just one restaurant, but I did recently re-discover The Optimist and can’t wait to go back. I’m of the opinion the atmosphere is as important as the food. Honorable mentions for One Eared Stag, MF Sushi, Kimball House, and Sun in My Belly.  RIP to Miso Izikaya – my old favorite restaurant.


If you weren’t in Real Estate what would be your other dream job? Something creative. Since I was little, I’ve always wanted to start a restaurant, and design the whole space/vibe/food etc. I’d also love to start a drone/video production company which would also check another dream job box of mine, syncing music and movies.


What’s an average weekend for you look like? Hobbies? My two biggest hobbies right now are running and yoga. If I manage to fit one of those in over the weekend, I consider it a win. Big farmers market fan, I try not to miss a weekend when it’s tomato season! Usually have some work to do, and then fill the rest of my time hanging with friends.



If you’re interested in working with Dixon, visit his agent page here.


Featured Listing: An Oasis Steps from Chastain Park

This gem is nestled within the coveted community centered around Chastain Park in Buckhead. The beautiful 268-acre Chastain Park is the largest park in Atlanta and so close to the house it will feel like your backyard. With the constant opportunities to go for a jog, play some tennis, go for a round of golf, a dip in the park’s pool, there will always be something to do!

In addition, this home comes with over an acre of land encompassing a vast lush yard for the owner to enjoy over the rocking-chair front porch, an elegant front and backdoor patio, and a pool complete with a stone-manufactured water slide, waterfall, a hidden cove, and resistance swimming!

The kitchen, family room & solarium all open to the walk out patio and the fireside living room opens to the dining room with views of the pool. The kitchen adorns granite counters, an island, a sitting/eating area with an additional fireplace! The spacious master is on the main making living a breeze for the owners! All of this is topped off with a lower level playroom, a lavish steam room, and a gorgeous wine closet.

When or if you ever finish enjoying the countless amenities of the house itself, go for an equestrian horse ride over at the Chastain horse park, a local favorite.

Listed for $1,250,000 by Janey Lowe, see listing here.

Keeping it Real Estate: At Home With Susan

Susan Cross never imagined she would end up in real estate until she started a successful catering business in Buckhead; this launched her into real estate in 2002. In the years since, she has maintained a successful career and stayed among Atlanta’s top agents.

Let’s start from the beginning; Susan grew up in Columbus, Georgia as the youngest of three, with two older brothers whom she adores. She went off to Spartanburg, SC to attend Converse College and transferred after two years to the University of Georgia. Her father owned a local insurance firm in Columbus which inspired her first job as an underwriter at a major insurance company and then marketing for another insurance firm for an additional 10 years. Here she traveled extensively and saw the world firsthand.

Susan has three sons, Mitchell 25, Gus 22, Preston 20. After her first child she began working at home and got the taste of being out of corporate America. She started a catering business making casseroles for friends which spiraled into catering real estate caravan lunches.  Linda Stone, Susan’s pretend big sister, was a lifelong realtor who really pushed and supported her transition into real estate. Susan has lived in Sandy Springs, Chastain Park, Wildwood, Argonne Forrest and now resides in Peachtree Hills.

Cross discusses her goals this year, what sets her apart and why she brokers with Beacham.

What are your goals this year?

“I think it varies from year to year. This year, my goal was to branch outside of my comfort zone and sell more homes. In 2019, I’ve sold houses in Acworth, Canton and Powder Springs. All of these were in areas that were new to me, and I really enjoyed learning more about what they had to offer. Metro Atlanta has so many great areas and neighborhoods, and I really look forward to becoming more familiar with each of them. So far, my transactions are up this year!”

What sets you apart?

“Being an individual agent and not part of a team gives me the flexibility and time to spend with my clients and help them figure out exactly what they want and need. In addition, I feel strongly about showing my own listings no matter the price point. This helps insure that the showing agent and clients get a good synopsis of the home and neighborhood. The seller gets feedback on the showing from me immediately and that relieves common concerns.”

Why Broker with Beacham?

“I previously worked for another firm and left just before it was purchased. Glennis herself is a unique top producer and someone I’ve always admired professionally; she stays calm and pays attention to the details of every transaction. From the beginning, Beacham & Company has been the model of luxury real estate that other Atlanta agencies now try to emulate. Because Beacham has the smartest and most self-motivated agents who are totally entrenched in the community, it has always felt like home.”


What advice would you give a new agent?

“Lots of books! But in addition to all of the training, follow the strategies that have been proven successful; make phone calls, write notes and find someone who you look up to and can mentor you.”

What is the craziest real estate story you can share?

“I was helping a couple who were relocating to the area, who said they both worked as grief counselors. Later in the day they inform me that they were actually psychic mediums! The husband ended up letting me know he knew I was adopted! Which is actually correct! It was a very creepy experience.”

If you could live in any place other than Atlanta, where would it be?

“Cashiers, NC! I grew up going to summer camp there at Camp Merrie-Wood. It’s a place of unique beauty with an abundance of waterfalls and hiking trails; truly a special place for me. I get off the exit and all my stress washes away. I have my real estate license in NC and I’m actually the broker of our Beacham and Company REALTORS® office for North Carolina. I hope one day I can have a little place there!”


Of all the neighborhoods you’ve live in Atlanta, which has been your favorite?

“Argonne Forest. The location is just unbeatable with close proximity to Shops of Buckhead, West Paces Ferry Shopping and top public/private schools. All of the neighborhood kids play outside because it’s not a cut through. The community itself is also very diverse with people of all ages.”

If someone is traveling to Columbus, GA, what would you say is the #1 thing to do?

“Eat a Scrambled Dog at Dinglewood Pharmacy !”

Favorite design trend?

“I’m fascinated that red brick and brown furniture are out of style.  I love seeing all of the creative ways homeowners change it in their homes. I also love lacquered walls and the fact wall paper is coming back in!”




Currently, what is your favorite Atlanta restaurant?

“Right now I would say Le Colonial! When I’m there it feels like I’m in a Hemingway novel! Not to mention, there is an awesome bar and the food is fantastic!”

Where did you get your cutie lab from?

“Atlanta Lab Rescue! When my last lab passed away a year ago, I went back there and adopted Charlie! They are amazing! Rescuing a dog is always a good idea, especially from such a well managed non-profit.”


If you’re interested in working with Susan, visit her agent page here!

What are Millennial Buyers Looking For?

Millennials are America’s largest group of home buyers who are changing the real estate market everywhere. According to reports, 37% of millennials (25 to 34) own homes; this is 8% lower than GenX and baby boomers at the same age. Why is this? Well, there are many possible causes, but let’s first start with where millennials prefer to live: cities. The cost of living in and even around cities has elevated to a far higher cost than past generations experienced. This is partly due to notorious regulation and market intervention that real-estate markets in big cities are known for, which decreases supply and increases the costs of renting and home-owning. See reports here

Millennials are also waiting much longer to get married and have children, therefore reducing their demand for a spacious home. Lastly, the student loan debt has increased substantially with college becoming more expensive than ever; almost half of the millennial buyers have debt. So, understandably, millennials aren’t buying many homes on the whole; prices are just too high, debt is too great, and cost-of-living is too demanding for many to be able to save up the money for a down payment feasibly. 

So what are they looking for?

The reasons for the millennial decrease in home-buying aside, for those millennials who are looking to buy, what exactly are they looking for? Communities with an emphasis on walkability are among their favorite places to reside. They are also looking to be close to public transportation, nightlife, and other amenities. Many are turning their noses up at the sprawling homes of their parents’ generation and instead seeking affordability and flexibility. Millennials are moving away from strip malls and highways and settling down in places with a mix of suburban and urban features, dubbed “surban”. Millennials seem to value an urban vibe to a greater extent than past generations, and devalue long commutes and periphery living.


Going Green

One way to attract millennial buyers is building and renovating homes to be energy efficient. Adding solar panels to the roof, energy-efficient lighting and skylights, and most other project concerning sustainability will increase the appeal to young buyers. Federal tax incentives are becoming more and more available for energy-efficient upgrades to existing homes, and financing for solar panels are currently available that will pay off in as little as seven years depending on the tax incentive programs of your state. These “go-green” initiatives appeal to millennial progressive mindset and adhere to their tastes. Millennials have shown that, as a generation, they care a lot about the environment, so an environmentally friendly space is a great way to make them feel good about the biggest purchase of their life.


Affordable Cities

Millennials love cities, this much is apparent. However, the living costs associated with city living have elevated to a frightening level in the modern-day. Why? It boils down to economics. Cities will always unavoidably have higher prices because of the increased demand to live there, and this, paired with market intervention such as rent-control and zoning regulations, is resulting in sky-high living prices. In extreme cases, the over-regulation and interference in housing and rental markets decrease or even stagnate the growth of new housing stock. Because of this, prices for the existing houses increase through supply and demand. Thus the best, and arguably the only way, is to get millennials in mass start to buy more homes going into the future is to decrease the cost of them. 

Millennials have become quite enthusiastic over what they call “affordable cities” for this reason. They are exactly what they sound like: affordable, modern cities that give the feel of urbanity while maintaining a low living cost to the citizens. More and more young adults are moving out to and settling down in the Midwest. This trend should not be at all surprising, as some simple math can show anyone that the average millennial needs 28 years for a San Francisco down payment, compared to less than three in Kansas City. The conglomeration of universities, cheap real estate, and fresh development is creating pockets of youth in Midwestern places like Kansas City and reviving entire parts of the cities’ economies as well as increasing their populations. Des Moines is another city millennials love. Their population grew by 1.76% last year; mainly through the addition of new citizens fleeing the high living-costs of “superstar cities” such as Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York.


Yards & Dog Parks

One of the top things that millennials consider when buying a home is their pets! Here are the facts: states that a whopping 73% of millennials currently own a pet, and 89% of the millennials who bought a home in 2018 owned a pet. On top of this, 79% of pet-owning homebuyers who closed on a property in 2018 said they would pass up an otherwise perfect home if it did not meet the needs of their pets. Wow! Numbers like these are nearly infallible; it seems that millennials unquestionably adore their pets, especially dogs. The needs of their furry friends are near the top of the list of things affecting their home-purchasing decisions.

With marriage rates falling and people waiting until unprecedented ages to have children and start families, dogs and other pets are increasingly the only families that young adults live alongside; and they’re treated as such! Pet-centered amenities such as dog-parks, big back yards, and running trails are often just as important in a home purchase to a millennial as any other amenities. If you’re selling your home, or perhaps you’re a landlord and you’ve noticed a lack of pet-friendly amenities associated with your property. Take action and consider installing a fence, modern pet door, or a dog grooming station; also consider advertising any local pet-friendly locations such as restaurants or pet-supply stores. So, in sum, to successfully attract young adults to your property, don’t forget to cater to the needs of their faithful companions, or you may find yourself unpleasantly surprised! 


Beacham Gives Back: Make-A-Wish

On September 12th there was a new light inside the Beacham & Company REALTORS® office. 6-year-old Madeline joined our Beacham family in celebrating her wish reveal! Madeline is just like any other 6-year-old, obsessed with all things pink, princesses and My Little Pony. However, her and her family face the battle of Madeline’s diagnosis on a daily basis. This sweet, courageous and loving little girl struggles in managing a malignant rhabdoid tumor. After our time spent with Madeline and her family, we would’ve never known. Though she may be in a constant state of struggle and pain, her smile and laughter filled our office; all we saw was a little girl full of life.

Make-A-Wish Georgia was chosen as this quarter’s Beacham Gives Back beneficiary. Thanks to the outpour of support from the staff & agents here at Beacham & Company, we were lucky enough to be apart in making Madeline’s dream come true. Her wish was to go to Disney World. With families who fight malicious diagnoses like Madeline’s, it becomes challenging for things like this to happen. The financial burden of her illness, and her parents juggling three children, Madeline’s older brother and sister, it was the least we could do in making just one day brighter for sweet Madeline.

The agents and staff here at Beacham & Company came together in turning our office into a night Madeline wouldn’t forget. Madeline was greeted by Princess Nicole (A Beacham agent), who put on her Belle dress and treated Madeline like the little princess that she is. Surrounded by a princess cake, her favorite toys and Mickey & Minnie Mouse ears to celebrate, we created a space to share the heartwarming news, that Madeline and her family would be sent to Disney World.  It is opportunities like these that make us all proud to be on the same team. We came together as a company to be a part of something so much bigger than ourselves, and so much bigger than any house we could ever sell. While Madeline and her family continue to fight for her life, we are proud to have given her just one day, where she can hopefully forget about everything except feeling like the princess she deserves to be. It’s been an honor to serve the Make-A-Wish Georgia foundation and we look forward to continuing our support. Making magic happen any way we can!


If you would like to submit a charity for consideration, you can email us at Please keep in mind that charities must be approved by our agent.  If you know a Beacham agent, we encourage you to contact them directly about participation in this program.

Best Fall Getaway Destinations in Georgia

Who doesn’t love a quick weekend getaway in the fall?! When September hits we can’t help but get a little excited for the upcoming season. Georgia offers a multitude of destinations; from the North Georgia mountains down to Savannah’s Tybee Island.

Cloudland Canyon State Park 

Situated in northwest Georgia on the western edge of Lookout Mountain you’ll find Cloudland Canyon State Park. The park’s most popular trail, the Cloudland Canyon Waterfalls Trail, drops from the canyon’s towering walls to its floor and hikes to two stunning waterfalls, Cherokee Falls and Hemlock Falls. If you’re looking for a quaint bed and breakfast check out Chanticleer Inn! If you’re wanting to be super close to the park these Airbnb’s have spectacular views: Vantage Point, Cabin on the Hill, Cloudland Cottage.


Barnsley Gardens Resort 

Sitting on 3,000 acres in Georgia just north of Atlanta offering a luxurious relaxation lifestyle. Offering a multitude of activities like golf, clay shooting, kayaking, swimming, horseback riding and biking. The accommodations are adorable with southern cottage exteriors. Also, Rome, GA is a quick 20 min drive featuring a picturesque downtown area with family owned restaurants.

Blue Ridge, Georgia

Only 90 miles north of Atlanta you’ll find peace and quiet with spectacular views. You can rent a cabin with a hot tub and enjoy fall in luxury. Plenty of yummy restaurants, quirky mountain shops, waterfall hikes, horseback riding and of course local wine/beer. You can check out all of the annual festivals here. Whether you’re looking for lake views, mountain seclusion, or something right downtown, you’ll find it in Blue Ridge!

Fall for Autumn at The Ritz Carlton, Lake Oconee

The crisp fall air is always better at the lake. The vibrant foliage contrasting against the lake is a beautiful scene that shouldn’t be missed! The Ritz offers a sprawling resort style backyard, hammocks nestled among the Georgia pines and fireside seating areas where you can enjoy spiced cider and s’mores. Also, the spa cannot be missed!

Cháteau Elan Winery & Resort

Whether it’s a getaway or staycation, Chateau Elan has it all. Described as European luxury meets southern hospitality, this is the most awarded winery and resort on the East coast. There is superb dining, golf, spa, tennis and of course, wine. To check out everything else it has to offer, click here.


Autumn in the Classic City Athens, GA

Fall in Athens is something that cannot be explained, only experienced. When there’s a game “Between the Hedges” the city sparks a certain magic; especially in the fall. This southern city is marinated in diverse culture with quirky downtown stores, art galleries and a paramount music/bar scene. The food scene is unparalleled with internationally acclaimed chefs and up-coming talents. If you’re going on a home game weekend book ASAP or stay a little outside the city for more availability. For non-home-game weekend check out these accommodations: Hotel Indigo, Graduate, Normaltown Airbnb.


Festival Season in Savannah, GA

You might think why go South for fall, but we say why go anywhere else!? Summer humidity has left this city and the crisp fall mornings have arrived. Walking down the cobblestone streets under the beautifully shaded trees with a morning coffee in hand is unbeatable. Oyster season is in full swing and being on the coast means you have direct access to the freshest ones! Savannah Food and Wine Festival, Jewish Food Festival and the SCAD Savannah Film Festival. Tybee Island is now less crowded and you can enjoy the views in peace, fish and take the perfect Christmas card photo! Places to stay: The Bohemian Hotel, Ballastone Luxury Inn, The Inn on West Liberty, 1869 Historic Home.



Keeping it Real Estate: At Home with Wendy

We sat down with Wendy Petersen to discuss how she got into real estate, where she loves to travel and why she chose Beacham.

Originally from Hawaii, she went on to attend The University of San Francisco. Wendy happened upon Atlanta totally by chance when she tagged along with a friend who was in route to a wedding. Twenty-five years later, Wendy still calls Atlanta home.

Wendy’s passion for real estate goes hand in hand with her extensive knowledge of negotiation, construction and remodeling. She worked as an associate at Carter for 10 years, a full-service commercial real estate firm where she cultivated her skills. Right before she was going to retire, a broker called her up and convinced her to transition to one of Atlanta’s top residential real estate companies. Here she earned Senior Marketing Consultant and Accredited Relocation Specialist designations and she achieved life member status of the Atlanta Board of Realtors Million Dollar Club.

Step inside Wendy’s beautiful home with us and catch a glimpse of her trendy style and home décor.



What attracted you to Beacham?

“The professionalism here is unmatched. The marketing is second to none with the marketing staff going above and beyond for each listing. I’ve always looked up to Glennis because of the high sense of integrity she holds. I just always felt good about coming here, and I haven’t been let down!”

What sets you apart from other real estate agents?

“What I find works best for me is accepting only a certain amount of clients per year so I can give them my full, undivided attention. Because selling/buying a home is such an emotional process I want to be there for each of my clients.”

If you could own a house on one street in Atlanta, which would it be?

“While there are so many beautiful streets, if I had to choose only one it would be Cherokee.”



What is your favorite restaurant in Atlanta?

“Atlanta has so many good restaurants! My favorite food is sushi, so I would have to say UMI.”

What home design trend are you into right now?

“I’m really loving the seamless glass doors. I’ve seen a few in design magazines, but the trend hasn’t officially started here in Atlanta yet.”

If you could live any other place, where would it be and why?

“Honestly I think I’d stay in Atlanta. It’s central to everything in the world, with the help of Hartsfield Jackson. But if I had to choose, I would pick California. The laid back attitude is relaxing and it’s kind of like coming home because I remember all of my college days.”






What is your absolute favorite concert you’ve ever attended?

“My all time favorite I’d have to say was when I was a guest at the Grammys! It was such an experience because it was full on red carpet vibes. It was 10 concerts in 1!”

What have been your favorite places you’ve traveled to?

“Since I’m from Hawaii I really love going home, so that would be my #1. Italy and South of France are spectacular for eating and shopping. Vietnam was an unbelievable experience, I enjoy immersing myself in new cultures. I do want to dive deeper into SouthEast Asia and Bhutan is on my list!”


If you’re interested in working with Wendy, click here! 





Jeni’s Ice Cream NOW OPEN in Buckhead!

An Atlanta favorite, Jeni’s Ice Cream, is officially making its way to the Buckhead Marketplace right on West Paces Ferry Rd. Here at Beacham & Company, we are especially excited because Jeni’s newest Scoop Shop is going to be conveniently nestled right across the street from our office, located at One Buckhead Plaza. Buckhead is lucky to claim the fifth official Jeni’s, and not only will this new addition increase the sweet tooth of its residents, but bring more money/jobs into the city. And what better way to do so than over an ice cream cone?!

Jeni’s is known for building their flavors from the ground up to melt in a specific way; plus their flavors are always outstanding. They are a Certified B Corporation endorsed by the international nonprofit B Lab as a company that meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. Jeni’s mission is simple, ‘We believe that you can grow a business as a community of people, with artful attention to detail and the customer experience AND continuously get better at the same time.”

Jeni’s will be bringing more than just flavor to Buckhead, they will be bringing its customers together.


SOLD: Historic Brookwood Hills Home

This timeless piece of Atlanta architecture, ideally located in Brookwood Hills, at 14 Palisades Road is declared SOLD! Kyle Baumann and Elise Baumann of The Lowe Baumann Group represented the sellers. On the market for $1,299,000.

This traditionally-styled, red brick exterior home has not been on the market in over 50 years! It is clad with hardwood floors, built-in bookcases and large light-permitting windows. As a Neel Reid home, it boasts as much history as it does character. This Atlanta gem features a James Means library on the main floor and an Ivan Bailey fountain in the back private garden. The home offers a secluded sanctuary for the owner to slip into. This historic masterpiece also highlights 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a separate dining room with space for 12, a kitchen island, and a separate in-law suite.

From the poshly striped wallpaper to the quiet enclosed backyard, this home truly is one-of-a-kind. The 10′ ceilings besiege the interior of the home; accompanied by the vast yet inviting rooms throughout. This home is an idyllic icon within the Brookwood Hills neighborhood. This area of Buckhead divulges some of Atlanta’s leading restaurants, like that of Watershed and Houston’s. The covetable Ansley Golf Club is nothing but a short drive from the home, encouraging community engagement. This traditional, adorned in ornate detailing remains influential in Atlanta Real Estate.


See more here

Charming Victorian Graces Inman Park

This classic 3bd/2ba Inman Park home circa 1907 retains original character while offering access to some of Atlanta’s trendiest restaurants and shops. This $800,000 piece of history is even walking distance to the ATL Beltline! This bungalow features 3 sizable bedrooms that provide the upmost comfort. The privacy of the property’s backyard is something coveted by many potential home owners. Retreat to the fully-fenced, private yard surrounded by professional landscaping, and allow yourself to indulge in nature. Walk the steps of this historically elegant cobblestone pathway and come see the property for yourself; this one won’t be on the market for long!

Enjoy the fresh air of Atlanta and spend some time on the welcoming front porch swing!


Experience a spacious living room environment!

Cozy up next to one of the five working fireplaces this Victorian has to offer! The inside adorned in stunning hard wood floors throughout, accompanied by the irresistible 12′ ceilings enhancing the natural light in each and every room. Enjoy a fully renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, accompanied by a sought-after wine rack. Prepare a meal on desirable stone counters, to be later served on the kitchen island while enjoying the sounds from the warm crackling fire!

Beautiful views to be seen from the kitchen window while cooking!

The stunning hardwood floors are continued in the Master Bedroom, which is nothing short of chic! Not only is the bedroom itself impeccably maintained, the master is graced with a walk-in-closet (everyone’s dream!) as well as a renovated bath with a double vanity and large shower. Find a private sanctuary within your own bedroom.

Get some R&R after a long day…

Serenity is abundant in these bathrooms, especially the secondary ones! The classic tiling and wood combined with the updated fixtures is the epitome of the home’s fusion of modern comfort and original character.

Embrace the serenity!

The inviting outdoor space, including a fully landscaped backyard and wrap-around porch, allows you the perfect opportunity to charm guests, or to just sip a coffee and read a book. Spend time with friends and family while enjoying the fresh air that Atlanta brings. Fall is upon us!

An open backyard to entertain with and enjoy!


Listed by Judy Higgins, see listing here.