Piedmont Park Home Enticed With Location and Quiet Lot
The very desirable Piedmont-Live Oak neighborhood is enough — in its location, community atmosphere and quiet streets — to attract potential buyers to homes for sale. However, for the property at 905 Shadowlawn Drive, there were numerous other characteristics that made it an attractive buy. Built in 1960, the lot spans a little over an acre. It has five bedrooms and 3.5 baths and was originally built as the Rectory of the Advent Church.
Address: 905 Shadowlawn Drive
Contact: Jason Naumann, Naumann Group Real Estate
It was completely renovated and updated with a slew of modern conveniences. Space is one of the most noticeable things about the home, with its airy design and huge picture windows lining the front of this multi-level house. There is a large dining room just off the custom kitchen, which is replete with Viking appliances and boasts an island and breakfast nook. The breakfast nook offers the added amenity of bench-style seating as well as a sitting area and wood-burning brick fireplace.
From the nook, Pella doors open up onto the patio and into the backyard, which is equally as spacious as the house itself, with green space just behind the property for added privacy. From the entry point on the mid-level, you have the option to head upstairs to access the bedrooms or downstairs to get to the entertainment area. This space consists of another living room area and access to the swimming pool through another set of Pella glass-paneled doors.
The home sold for $535,000 and was listed for $589,000.