2084 Miriam Lane Decatur, GA 30032
The exposed Craftsman-style gables over the welcoming front porch are just the first indication of craftsmanship in this charming mid-century brick ranch home. Come on, step inside.
Do and you’ll find a completely renovated space with sleek, modern lines and a truly open-concept floor plan, as there’s nary a wall between the living room, dining room and fully modern and finely detailed kitchen. The open concept continues overhead, with a vaulted ceiling that peaks at 16 feet high. The large picture windows and sliding glass doors connecting to the wide-open outdoors further complement the feeling of space — a feeling that’s fitting in a neighborhood with four nearby parks along Shoal Creek. And with East Lake Golf Club just two miles away, golfers can make tee time in 10 minutes.
But if you’re more into tea time inside your home, invite your friends. The dining room can seat six or more guests, and you can talk to all of them from the bright kitchen, which features granite countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances, and slow-close cabinets and drawers. There’s also a breakfast bar for a quick morning bite. Stroll across the gleaming hardwood floors to the master bedroom and you’ll see a big space with a private, en-suite bath finished with a modern tile package, a double vanity, a gleaming soaking tub and separate glass shower. The bedroom also boasts a large walk-in closet with custom shelving. The home’s two other bedrooms, on the far side of the house, share a hall bathroom that features modern finishes and a combination tub/shower. From the central living space, open those sliding glass doors and step through to a large back deck, standing as another perfect spot to relax or entertain in your private back yard.
Enjoy all these amenities in the proximity of the desirable East Atlanta Village, Kirkwood and Decatur neighborhoods without the city taxes. That means access to the East Lake Marta Station, with its 600 parking spaces, Zipcar access and headache free commutes throughout Atlanta. It also means you have your pick of some 20 great mom-and-pop restaurants and gastropubs, serving up comfort food, seafood, gourmet pastries or nearly anything else you fancy. There’s also an eclectic selection of events, from the BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass Festival to the Kirkwood Wine Stroll, from Oakhurst Jazz Nights to Decatur’s Bonfire Marshmallow Roast to keep you occupied, should you want to leave the comfort of your new home.