Looking for in-town living in Atlanta’s popular Old Fourth Ward? Brownstones at Central Park townhomes for sale represent your opportunity to experience luxury in the heart of the city. Stylish & friendly, this private community lies within walking distance of Downtown & the BeltLine, and it offers features including high ceilings, fireplaces, and hardwoods. Select units with rooftop deck with city views.
Situated at 410 Felton Drive in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward, Brownstones at Central Park townhomes for sale lie within an exclusive gated community. Residents enjoy whiling away the hours beside the saltwater swimming pool or walking their dog in the private park. Inside and out, these townhomes have been designed to reflect the character and history of the surrounding neighborhood. Striking brick exteriors with columned stoops might remind you of Manhattan’s Central Park more than the greenspace in Atlanta, but the interior features are informed by sheer Southern hospitality. Some of the exceptional features here include:
Three distinct floor plans, starting in the $600s, promise as much as 2,751 square feet of space for you and your family. Each unit includes three bedrooms and three full baths, along with upper and main level decks off the family room and the oversized master suite. Why not curl up with a good book in a warm beam of sunlight? Or cultivate fresh herbs or flowers to add a touch of comfort to your new home? Living in one of these Brownstones at Central Park townhomes for sale, you can do that and much more.
As the name suggests, Brownstones at Central Park lie just a block from a 17-acre greenspace and recreational facility that includes basketball and tennis courts, fields for soccer football or softball, and a playground for children. While the park doesn’t have larger picnic areas, you’ll find locals who regularly lay down a blanket or towel and doze in the sun. South of the townhomes, you’ll also find the entrance to the Freedom Path Walking Trail, while to the east you can enter Atlanta’s famous BeltLine. Either way, there are plenty of opportunities for a pleasant stroll in this trendy neighborhood. While there’s a Publix around the corner, you’ll definitely also want to frequent the restaurants and local retailers at both Krog Street Market and the Ponce City Market, two of the Old Fourth Ward’s best foodie destinations.
In addition to so much at your doorstep, you’ll appreciate living just minutes from the attractions and businesses Downtown and extremely close to the I-75/I-85 connector, making it easy to get to wherever you’re going. The Old Fourth Ward lies just south of Midtown, and cultural touchstones like the opulent Fox Theatre, the High Museum of Art, and a campus of the Savannah College of Art and Design. Midtown is among Atlanta’s most energetic areas and is home to many festivals and events throughout the year. Living at Brownstones at Central Park, your door will open onto the adventures across the city.
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