This Charmer Offers Geographical Convenience
There are numerous homes on the market with modern conveniences and trendy design elements, but sometimes it is the spaces that have a sense of history and tradition that beckon to would-be homeowners. Straddling the border between the Midtown and Lafayette Park communities, the 411 Wilson Street property is a landmark home. Built in 1950, it offers old-town charm with a number of modern living conveniences. Wool carpet covers the bedroom flooring and the wrought iron accents and wood blinds equate to sophistication throughout. It’s an easy walk to Lafayette Park and the bustling Midtown area.
“This house is perfect for a buyer who appreciates gracious appointments, living in Midtown, and loves to entertain,” said Lisa Carey, listing agent. “The courtyard back with a showcase fountain and the open-floor-plan interior easily accommodate large parties and gatherings. The home is in easy walking distance of multiple fine local dining, shopping, churches and park destinations.”
Address: 411 Wilson Street
Contact: Lisa Carey, Carey & Hart Realtors, Coldwell Banker Hartung and Noblin, (850) 212-3083
Adding to the decorative elements of the home, special features like designer lights and copper and brass exterior details crop up here and there. There is an overly spacious living room, eat-in kitchen and multipurpose family room downstairs, with the master bedroom and two additional spacious bedrooms upstairs. Modern conveniences include radiant heat flooring in the master bath and kitchen with bar and eat-in space. There is plenty of outdoor space as well, as the home overlooks a courtyard in the back replete with fountain and gazebo.
This property boasts a great deal of built-in storage and has a partial attic and one air-conditioned garage bay. The address is zoned for Leon High School, Cobb Middle School and Kate Sullivan Elementary School.