Marketed as the “epitome of luxury living in Reynoldstown,” a duplex project that could qualify as an inhabitable statement piece has claimed a high-profile intown corner and recently come to market.

Located south of Little Five Points, the corner in question is the northwest quadrant of the intersection where Moreland Avenue meets Boulevard Drive and Hosea Williams Boulevard.

The area’s been been flush with modern-style townhome and duplex construction for more than a decade, but with their trendy Darth Vader aesthetic and sprawling rooftop hangouts, these three-level A and B options at 10 Moreland Ave. do stand out.

Designed by Rawlings Design architects and built by Kimball Homes, each unit includes five bedrooms and four and ½ bathrooms in 2,713 square feet, with two-car garages. Both are asking $1.32 million, which would set a record for homes in Reynoldstown if achieved. (Two larger duplex units on nearby Cleveland Street are currently on the market for the same price.)

With four patios and balconies (including a screened porch and kitchen on the roof), neither unit is lacking for outdoor spaces to hang out.

The corner's previous state in 2021 as two neighboring 1920s bungalows came to market. Both have since been replaced with large, modern-style duplexes. Josh Green/Urbanize Atlanta

The duplex properties are emblematic of Reynoldstown's infill residential trends in recent years. Photos by 3CL Photography; courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty

Other perks include a chef’s kitchen with quartz countertops and Brighton tech, five-inch wood flooring throughout, programmable Lutron dimmers, and a flex-space bedroom on the base level.

Across the street is One Moreland, a restored commercial building that’s home to Whoopsie’s restaurant (formerly Hodgepodge Coffeehouse), Chi Chi Vegan Taco Shop, Cutters Lounge, and Project: Body ATL.

The location carries a 91 Transit Score, which qualifies as “world-class,” according to listings. Previously, two 1920s bungalows had stood at the corner; by 2021, when both properties came to market, they’d been shuttered and graffiti-strewn for a couple of years.

The chef's kitchen is described as a "culinary masterpiece."Photos by 3CL Photography; courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty

Have a closer look at how those properties’ super-sized replacement turned out in the gallery above.


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