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Arminda Court

This beautiful home in Palisades at Milton Park will not last long at this price! 2070 Arminda Court is now being offered at $500,000 and is ready for you to move-in!

The Tudor style home is open and bright with a great space for entertaining. French doors open onto a brick courtyard on the side a screened porch on the back. It is the perfect season to make this home your own.

Interested in seeing more? See the full listing here, then watch this virtual tour!

 

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It has been an exciting few weeks! Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty announced our companies top producers. The Cueny Team continues to provide exceptional service to our clients which enabled us to be the top small team (teams under 5 people) in the company again! Thank you to all of our clients for giving us the opportunity to work with you.

top producer slick

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3236 Balley Forrest Drive

Marketing trips benefit homes such as 3236 Balley Forrest Drive in Milton and many others around Metro Atlanta.

Today, I want to share with you one of the exciting perks of listing with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty. Sotheby’s is a worldwide brand that immediate brings to mind luxury and fine living when you hear the name. Often in order to match the perfect property with a new owner, we utilize our Sotheby’s affiliate network to market  homes not only outside of our great city, but outside of our country.

Jenny Pruitt, CEO and Founder, as well as David Boehmig, President and Founder of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, will be traveling to Hong Kong this fall to promote our properties in the Metro Atlanta area to Asia’s most affluent buyers at Sotheby’s Hong Kong Autumn Sales of fine art, wine and jewelry.

It is exciting to be a part of a company that utilizes its resources to provide excellent client service.

Learn more about the Hong Kong event and others like it in this video.

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ModernAtlanta.net is one of the finest online magazines created for the purpose of sharing modern / contemporary design and celebrating the ways in which it inhabits our daily lives. Featuring all things modern including interior design, architecture, real estate, and home products, the current featured listing on ModernAtlanta.net is 1085 Alco Street!

1085 Alco Street Featured Listing ModernAtlanta.net

1085 Alco Street is the featured listing of the week on ModernAtlanta.net. Click on the image to view more photos and information.

This sleek and modern live/work space in the heart of Atlanta is just minutes from neighborhoods including Virginia Highlands, Ansley Park, Morningside and more. This is a completely updated and very chic building that allows unprecedented access to all Atlanta has to offer with easy access to all interstates and walking distance to shopping, retail and restaurants.

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Atlanta Home For Sale - 1085 Alco Street

Work/Live Space at 1085 Alco Street. Click on the image for more photos and information from Andrea Cueny of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.

1085 Alco Street
Atlanta, GA  30324

Three bedrooms, two full and one half baths

For more information, please contact:
Andrea Cueny
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty
404.695.7040
andreac@atlantafinehomes.com

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Curbed Atlanta recently featured my listing at 1085 Alco Street in a witty and entertaining article. Writer Jonathan Carnwright states,

Cheshire Bridge Road is the embodiment of “different strokes for different folks.” On this short stretch of pavement one can grab killer fried chicken, tacos, or Ethiopian cuisine, peruse the latest in adult novelties, indulge in a night of excess, and hunt through a great selection of antique and vintage wares the next day. Tucked off one its side streets is this fatally cool Mid-Century live/work space that stands amid the weirdness cool, calm, and collected.

Atlanta Home For Sale - 1085 Alco Street

The 1958 International style structure sits behind a healthy dose of asphalt and yet still manages to feature a grassy backyard, perfect for those fancy canine-friendly offices we’ve heard about. It’s perfectly sited at the intersection of Morningside/Va-Hi, Buckhead, and the neighborhoods surrounding Emory, but the immediate environs couldn’t be any more CBR: a Waffle House, strip club, old-timer gay bar, and Title Max make for uncommon neighbors.

It’s almost as if the building and its interiors were designed to cleanse one of the surrounding mental chaos. The pared down aesthetic consists of simple lines and oodles of pure white, so the fact that an architecture firm currently occupies the space comes as no surprise. The listing photos show an emphasis on of the “work” aspect of the space, but it’s not hard to imagine a design aficionado creating a swoon-worthy Mod residence – apparently, he/she could squeeze three bedrooms out of the space. Picture it: a couple of shopping trips to the Westside (Knoll, Room & Board, etc), an urban garden out back, and Dwell’s stopping by for a photo shoot. As for that Manhattan-sized kitchen, consider it an asset: cooking only makes a mess.

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Atlanta Home For Sale - 1085 Alco Street

Work/Live Space at 1085 Alco Street. Click on the image for more photos and information from Andrea Cueny of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty.

1085 Alco Street
Atlanta, GA  30324

Three bedrooms, two full and one half baths

Offered at $599,000

For more information, please contact:
Andrea Cueny
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty
404.695.7040
andreac@atlantafinehomes.com

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Modern building available for live/work space. Completely updated inside with fresh paint, fixtures, and newer systems. Private backyard patio area or expand off the back. On-site parking for multiple vehicles. Minutes to Virginia Highlands, Ansley Park, Morningside, and more. Walking distance to all the shops and restaurants. Easy access on to I-85 and Ga 400.

Atlanta Home For Sale - 1085 Alco Street

Work/Live Space at 1085 Alco Street. Click on the image for more photos and information from Andrea Cueny of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.

1085 Alco Street
Atlanta, GA  30324

Three bedrooms, two full and one half baths

This home is sold!

Offered at $599,000

For more information, please contact:
Andrea Cueny
Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty
404.695.7040
andreac@atlantafinehomes.com

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Atlanta Business Chronicle recently published the article below on the state of the Atlanta real estate market provided by David Boehmig, the President and Founder of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty. 

Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty President David Boehmig

David Boehmig, President and Founder of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty

Home sales, along with job growth and improving consumer confidence, are three of the most important keys in our economy’s ability to show a steady, sustained recovery. This past week, it was reported that the Atlanta residential housing market was dealt another blow and that home values continue to plummet. In terms of average sales price at the lower price point of the housing market, this is true. However, there are plenty of nuggets of encouraging news that don’t seem to be making it to the light of day. In reality, I believe we are forming the foundation of a steady period of recovery that we may look back on and realize was the bottom of the Atlanta housing market.

Here are some facts: Across all price points in the six-county metropolitan area (defined as Fulton, Cobb, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Cherokee and Forsyth counties) through the first 10 months of this year, as compared to the first 10 months of 2010, the inventory of available homes (single-family residences and condominiums) for sale in the city’s largest MLS, First MLS, is down by 23.7 percent. Falling inventory is one of the components that make up a value environment of increasing prices as less housing inventory on the market means there is more competition for homes. Over the past year, the number of months of inventory of available homes for sale, determined by the number of homes that sell during the period, has dropped from an 11- to 12-month supply, to seven or eight months. In other words, based on the current level of sales activity, it would take seven to eight months to absorb all of the homes currently on the market. As the month’s supply of homes on the market approaches six months, we will then begin to shift from the buyer’s market that we are currently in to more of a balanced market between buyers and sellers. Another component indicative of recovery is the number of homes being sold. So far this year, over 4,400 more homes have sold and closed than in the same period last year. If these trends continue, basic economics teaches that the laws of supply and demand will kick in, and prices will begin to rise.

What is more interesting, however, is what is happening in our market below the surface of these “overall” statistics. When I drill down and examine the market by price ranges, a pattern begins to emerge. The pattern is that, in general, across the metro Atlanta area, the higher the price range of house, the stronger the signal of recovery emerges. For example, as compared to the recent overall value reports, when you look at only those homes priced over $250,000, instead of values dropping by the overall 9 percent, the average prices actually rose over the last 10 months by 2.5 percent. That’s quite a swing. In reality, for many homes in our market area, the average sales prices are steadily increasing. Just as it is difficult to base local housing values on national statistics, it is not accurate to use overall market statistics for Atlanta to determine what is happening with values in a particular community.

So, what does all this mean? One, if you cull out the lower-priced houses in our Atlanta housing market, you come up with not only lower inventory levels and higher numbers of homes sold, but also modest increases in average sales prices. Secondly, and most importantly, a few months from now when buyers feel that sinking feeling in the pit of their stomach and look in the rearview mirror, they just might realize they missed one of the best opportunities to buy residential real estate they may ever have.

Click here to see the article from the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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