As Northside Drive travelers may have noticed, a Berkeley Park infill development has recently started delivering hillside townhomes that are being marketed as the finest west of Atlantic Station. With prices to match.
Tucked off Northside Drive, just south of Interstate 75, the 622 Bellemeade Avenue project is called The Berkeleys as a nod to its neighborhood.
The Long Real Estate Developers venture is replacing a brick bungalow and small, neighboring parking lot. A shopping-center cove that includes food options Little Azio and Grecian Gyro is located across the street, to the north.
Lisa Collins, the Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent, tells Urbanize Atlanta four of The Berkeleys’ 11 townhomes are finished now.
The remaining seven will be delivered through this coming winter and spring, according to Collins.
Current prices range from $845,000 up to $880,000. One of the homes has been sold to date, per marketing materials.
In Berkeley Park, those prices buy townhomes with roughly 2,500 square feet, topped with roof terraces (outdoor kitchens not included) facing the city.
All options at The Berkeleys have three bedrooms and two and ½ bathrooms, with fenced-in courtyards off the kitchen and family room level.
Other perks are listed as two-car garages, skylights over stairwells, quartz countertops, and soft-close cabinetry.
As Collins points out, the project’s location is a few blocks from the Atlanta BeltLine’s Northwest Trail. BeltLine and PATH Foundation leadership finalized the route that trail will take last year, and BeltLine officials have recently said the first segment could begin construction this year.
For a closer look at what listings call "the most desirable townhome community in West Midtown's Berkeley Park," head up to the gallery.
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