This is an R5-zoned residential lot approximately 1,000 feet from the BeltLine in the Grant Park Historic District. The lot measures approximately 206 feet x 100 feet (which is approximately 0.44 acre) with 206 feet of street frontage along Lynwood Street SE. Any and all development is subject to the Grant Park Historic District Regulations.
Possible development opportunities without plat subdivision include one single family home or two semi-attached R5 residences. With approved plat subdivision into two conforming parcels (which the seller does not warrant or guarantee), each parcel could possibly include one single family home or two semi-attached R5 residences with the proper planning.
Although Lynwood Street SE is not a paved street, it is still city-maintained. All development along the street follows the regular city and historic district protocols with little to no variation from the development of properties that have street frontage on paved city streets.
There are currently no existing sidewalks on either side of the street. However, an end-to-end sidewalk on the south side of the street has been proposed by the city in conjunction with the development of the section of the BeltLine where Lynwood Street SE terminates. This property lies within that proposed sidewalk route, and therefore a developer will either need to (a) incorporate a sidewalk into any development plans or (b) contribute the appropriate fee to the city for future sidewalk development based on a particular cost per linear foot. The exact nature of the city's requirement can be determined by a site developer.
There are currently no utilities at the property. City water supply does run the length of Lynwood Street SE so the water supply for any future structure(s) may be tapped from the street. Georgia Power also has service running end-to-end.
Lynwood Street SE does not have a consistent sewer line end-to-end, and it is the responsibility of the property owner of any undeveloped lot along the street to pay for any sewer work needed to connect any structure to the city sewer system. There is a 10-foot sewer easement to the south of the property along the eastern border of 714 Delmar where a sewer line can be run from the property to the city sewer line buried under Delmar Avenue.
For more information, contact Rob Smith with Compass at 404-906-5857.
The APS school line-up for this property is the prestigious Parkside Elementary School, which feeds into King Middle School as well as Maynard H Jackson High School, which offers the International Baccalaureate program and which reported the highest graduation rate of any Atlanta area public high school for the 2017-2018 school year. Plus, there's Wesley International Academy (with a full-immersion Mandarin program) is just down the street and open to any elementary-aged student living within the city limits of Atlanta. This property also lies within the tier 1 section zone for Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, with its elementary campus in Grant Park and middle school campus in neighboring Ormewood Park.
Leave the car at home and set out on foot to do some quick shopping at the weekly Grant Park Farmer's Market located at the Milledge Fountain, or walk around the corner to Dakota Blue, Grant Central Pizza, Grant Park Coffeehouse or Mediterranea. Just over I-20, all your local grocery shopping needs are met at Grant Park Market, pick up a bag of mulch next door at Shep's Ace Hardware, or grab some curbside grub from places like Six Feet Under, Little Tart Bakeshop, Gather, Full Commission, Firepit Pizza, Carroll Street Cafe, Grindhouse Killer Burgers, Petit Chou, Wonderkid, Augustines, Agave, Republic Social House or Ziba's Bistro.
In recent months, the adjoining neighborhoods of Grant Park, Reynoldstown, Cabbagetown, and north Ormewood Park have been transformed into a new intown epicenter. Close-by developments include the Larkin in Grant Park, Alta Dairies in Reynoldstown, and Madison Yards in Reynoldstown which features the Lucky and Lady Pet Spa, Orangetheory fitness, a Publix and AMC Theatre complex. And just a few blocks the south of the home, The Beacon complex next to the south leg of the Beltline has brought forth dining establishments like Patria Cocina, Buteco Coffeehouse, and Hoto Hoto Ramen.
Positioned perfectly just half a mile south of the the I-20 corridor at the Boulevard / Zoo Atlanta entrance and exit ramps, your morning commute to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is a predictable 10- to 15-minute door-to-door rideshare trip against traffic. Grady Memorial Hospital is a five-minute drive, while Emory University Hospital Midtown is just 10 minutes away and Piedmont Hospital is 15 minutes away. Prefer taking Marta? The King Memorial Marta Train Station is just a few minutes walk up the street.
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