This roomy 1920s bungalow is just a one block walk to downtown East Point and it has maintained much of its original charm. Original hardwood floors are in most of the interior rooms and glass doorknobs can be spotted throughout the home! Check out the claw foot tub and the double vanity made from an antique dresser! With nearly 9-foot ceilings, the large rooms feel so much more spacious. The floor plan makes good sense with the primary suite to the rear of the home near the kitchen and deck and the secondary bedrooms and bath closer to the front of the home. The kitchen is SO big with tons of work space and so much charm with the crisp white cabinetry, the farm sink, the butcher block counters, the luxury vinyl flooring, and the stainless appliances (which all stay - so no major purchases here). After eating, you may want to gravitate outdoors to the sprawling front porch, the rear deck or the privacy-fenced back yard. Or take the sidewalks to downtown or the East Point Path which may one day connect to the Beltline. And it's always nice to have a bonus - if you need lots of storage or work/studio space or hobby space, the huge basement may be for you. It's unfinished with outside access only, but is very usable with natural light in one area. The current owners love it! Enjoy the 1-year old roof and the always-serviced HVAC system and lots of fresh paint!