Located about five miles due west of downtown Atlanta, the Dixie Hills neighborhood is no stranger to interesting, infill residential projects. And this certainly qualifies.
Entering the final stages of construction is a four-home project of standalone houses that’s consumed a deep, empty lot at 1996 Joseph E. Boone Boulevard, about a mile and ½ directly north of Westview Cemetery.
All four units have listed this month for $353,700. That’s hardly a fire sale for the area, but it represents an increasingly rare option to own a newly constructed, single-family home ITP for less than a half-million bucks.
The builder is East Point-based MCE Residential, a remodeling and construction firm, and the homes are described as being “priced to sell” in what “will be… one of the hottest areas in Atlanta,” according to the Destiny Realty LLC listing.
The mid-$300,000s price, in this case, buys two bedrooms and two and ½ bathrooms in 1,142 square feet across two stories, for a breakdown of $310 per square foot.
Perks include elevated porches, a parking pad behind the homes, and according to listings, fiberglass roofs. Proximity to shopping, schools, highways and transit (both the West Lake MARTA station and Interstate 20 are about a mile away) are also called plusses.
Property records indicate the .16-acre lot itself sold in April for just $38,000.
Move-in dates for the Dixie Hills project are expected to start in mid-February, per the listing. Have a closer look at what’s coming—inside and out—in the gallery above.
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