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  • $15,000 Per Month For Longer Lease
  • $20,000 Per Month For Shorter Lease
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • Gated Driveway
  • Pool & Hot Tub
  • Updated kitchen
  • Beautiful, large back deck overlooking pool and yard
  • Amazing stained glass window in living area
  • 2 Blocks from Ponce City Market and the Atlanta Beltline, a former railroad corridor thats been turned into a linear walking path that connects all the intown neighborhoods
  • Enjoy intown living in this beautifully updated and professionaly decorated home that is in the heart of Poncey Highland & the Old Fourth Ward
  • Enjoy this beautiful backyard that opens up to park space on the back
  • Bike or walk to many great restaurants and shops

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Poncey Highland 635


Poncey Highland and Old Fourth Ward is a historically diverse community located east of downtown Atlanta, west of Poncey-Highland and Inman Park neighborhoods, and south of the Midtown neighborhood. Steeped in history, Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward neighborhood is a place where old and new merge to create a thriving, diverse community on the city's east side. Old Fourth Ward experienced a decline after King's death, but during the past several years it has experienced a renaissance, with the emergence of dozens of retail stores and restaurants, beautifully restored historic homes, new condominiums, loft apartments and a burgeoning artistic community. Today, the neighborhood is a favorite of people from diverse backgrounds, particularly young professionals, who want to live where they can experience a feeling of community with a good dose of nightlife and the arts. One of the neighborhood's biggest draws is its food, from some of the city's best barbeque to upscale restaurants and bars serving up artisan cocktails. Old Fourth Ward's crown jewel, however, may be the 1.1 million square-foot Ponce City Market, the largest redevelopment project in Atlanta's history. The former Sears and Roebuck Building was transformed in 2015 into an upscale venue for retail shops, restaurants, offices and loft apartments.

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