An Updated Craftsman Bungalow
A 1915 craftsman bungalow in Atlanta Georgia got a lot of modern updates and looks amazing. If you ever wonder why anyone buys old historic homes or how they look fixed up, this house is a nice example.
I like red houses and this Bungalow has a charming brick walkway to the entrance, two front porches, and a wooden fence. Just wait until you see the Thoroughly Modern Millie updates inside.
If you like built-in shelves, cabinets, and window seats, you might be a Bungalow house fan. So be sure to find more Bungalows and Craftsmen homes here too.
I think it was a smart update idea to paint the wood ceiling beams, trim, and cabinets a modern gray.
The living room has this unexpected corner fireplace and around the corner in the dining room is another fireplace.
A lively updated dining room open to the kitchen.
The listing says: “Gourmet kitchen, stone counters, and custom cabinets.”
Bedrooms and Baths:
An unexpected screened-in porch off the master bedroom.
Craftsman Bungalow In-Law Suite:
An amazing feature of this home is that it has an in-law suite on the lower level. The quarters even has its own separate entrance with a fanciful awning over the door. I love it and am enchanted with the extra living space in the in-law suite.
In-Law Suite Kitchen
In all, there are 4 bedrooms and 5 baths making this house perfect for family living. Between the double decks and screened-in porch in the back and the two porches in the front, there is an abundance of outside living areas to enjoy. I noticed there is no garage, but it looks like there is room to build one.
Currently on the market for $749,900. See more about this home on Zillow or visit the listing agent at Atlanta Intown Real Estate.
Fun Fact: The real Life As We Know It house is in Atlanta, GA too. Take a look!