• R983778ID
  • 1,893 ft2Area
  • 4Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms

Wonderful home in Normaltown available now! You will be mesmerized by the peaceful setting this house offers. The owner, a sustainable agriculture expert, has through the years, and with lots of love and care, made the front and backyard a paradise for gardeners. In the front, you will see little pockets and intricate paths, blueberry bushes that look like ornamental plants, rosemary and thyme used as natural ground covers, cacti, bamboo, tangerine beauty crossvines that cascade from above. A 2500 gallon rain containment tank that connects to the irrigation system helps keep everything beautiful. In the back, raised garden beds ready to be planted with herbs and veggies, await. If you don’t feel sure about your green-thumb-ness, though, fear not! This yard practically takes care of itself. The house preserves some of the original Normaltown cottage elements: original hardwood floors, gorgeous glass doorknobs, etc. On the main level, you will find a living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms, laundry room, a small office space and a full bath. The renovated kitchen, though small, has been smartly set up, with every inch of space used wisely for cabinetry and storage. You will have the ease of granite countertops, updated SS appliances and a gas stove (for those who can not live without). Up a flight of steps and in the old attic, you will find a spacious master suite filled with natural light. An additional small bedroom can be found here… it could be used as such, or as an office space, separate tv room, nursery, reading room… the options are endless. The backyard also has a chicken-coop perfectly planned and engineered to keep your flock happy and safe… One last thing… there is a high flow, whole-house filtration system you will be sure to enjoy. Come see this truly unique property in one of Athens’ most sought-after neighborhoods. Zoned for award-winning Chase St Elementary and just a short stroll from Bishop Park, the Farmers Market, UGA’s Health & Science campus, and all of the Prince Avenue restaurants & shops.