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House hunting in Atlanta? What to buy around $325K right now

From condos to sprawling estates, we’re looking at available homes just above Atlanta’s median home price.

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With prices rising, we’re taking a look at what’s available to purchase in Atlanta for $325,000, give or take $10,000. At this price point, homes are still within reach for many first time buyers, you may just have to concede on the downtown location. On the bright side, you can reclaim your precious weekends – rather than losing them to a parade of open houses, each of these for-sale homes are available for self-guided tours every day of the week from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. through the Opendoor App.

2410 Dresden Parc Cir NE, Atlanta, GA 30345

This corner unit townhome in Chamblee sits in one of the most desirable areas for locals and newcomers alike. Built in 2007, it’s still relatively new on its own but boasts upgrades such as stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and hardwood floors. While the muted shades of green and teal may not be for everyone, you’re still technically ITP, which counts for a lot.

Asking price: $327,000

1024 Towne Lake Hls E, Woodstock, GA 30189

Head north to the rapidly growing Woodstock area and you’ll get a lot more house with this two-story charmer. The rugged rock fireplace is quite a statement piece, and recent upgrades include refinished hardwood flooring as well as fresh paint throughout. You’ll also have access to a community pool, clubhouse, fitness center, and tennis courts as part of the HOA.

Asking price: $326,000

31 Shadowlawn Rd SE, Marietta, GA 30067

Smack dab on the money, this Marietta home comes in right at the $325k mark and has a rustic exterior and light, bright interior. A wood-burning fireplace and what looks to be original hardwood add to the character of this 4-bedroom, 3-bath home. You’re out of luck if an enclosed garage is a must, but it does come with a two-car carport.

Asking price: $325,000

3754 Lake Haven Way, Atlanta, GA 30349

This two-story Atlanta home features all the bells and whistles: granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, open sightlines, two fireplaces, and a master suite and walk-in closet you could get lost in. Plus this (and every) Opendoor home comes with a 30-day buyback guarantee.

Asking price: $327,000

3674 Creekstone Pl, Norcross, GA 30092

If you’ve got dreams of front-porch sitting, this Norcross home on a quiet cul-de-sac could be the perfect spot. While the kitchen and baths could use some updates, the home does have fresh interior paint, a new HVAC unit, and new flooring in select areas.

Asking price: $322,000

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