790 DELMAR AVENUE SE | GRANT PARK
3 bedrooms | 2.5 bathrooms | 2,174 square feet
Offered for $775,000
This beautifully-renovated craftsman gem sits at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac directly overlooking the newest segment of the Southside BeltLine. Enjoy the lush and perfectly-manicured front yard from the covered front porch with stunning original heart-of-pine floors. Inside is an entertainer's dream - with zoned whole house and outdoor audio wiring, a large family room with soaring ceilings and french doors to the deck, and a dream kitchen with massive center island complete with wine fridge. The oversized owners suite sits at the rear of the house, the perfect private retreat at the end of the day. A spacious en-suite features a dual vanity, separate tub and shower, private water closet, and a custom walk-in-closet. Walk out into the beautiful yard and step onto the BeltLine, where you're just a few minutes walk from everything that Grant Park, the hot new Memorial Drive Corridor, and all of Atlanta has to offer.
Take advantage of up to $2,600 in lender closing credit by financing with Laura Witte of Highland Mortgage.
The sellers are in the process of signing an assignable license agreement with the Beltline for use of a portion of the easternmost land and improvements that sit over the property line, such as the driveway entrance and part of the side yard. An example of this forthcoming agreement may be seen by clicking the Documents & Disclosures section above. Questions and answers about the license area and the agreement are below.
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The sellers are in process of signing an assignable license agreement with the BeltLine for use of a portion of the land that sits over the property as seen in the shaded pink area above. Please refer to the proposed license in the Documents & Disclosures section of 790delmar.com for details.
The sellers at 790 Delmar are in process of signing an assignable license agreement with the BeltLine for use of a portion of the land that sits over the property as seen in the shaded pink area above. This will allow them to retain use of the improvements that they have made to that portion of the land, which was a formerly abandoned lot. While a license is not an easement agreement that would "run with the land", it does give the owner some assurance that the improvements they have placed on the adjacent land can remain and can continue to be used exclusively by the adjacent owners.
The Atlanta Development Authority (d/b/a Invest Atlanta) owns the vacant lot immediately to the right of 790 Delmar, through which they are conducting the business of creating the ongoing BeltLine trail through their agent, Atlanta Beltline, Inc.
The first several feet of the poured driveway are on the BeltLine Lot, as are all of cedar trees and the large poplar tree, as well as the open tool shed in the side yard facing the house. The house itself, everything to the left of the driveway and all of the back yard behind the house belong to 790 Delmar
You may view a copy of the forthcoming full license agreement and a close-up of the license area by visiting the Documents & Disclosures section of 790delmar.com.
We anticipate the license agreement to be fully executed no later than mid-September. Once the license agreement is fully executed, we will replace the sample license agreement in the Documents & Disclosures section with the actual executed license.
Yes. In fact, it can only be assigned to future owners of 790 Delmar. The current owner would simply need to present the BeltLine a proposed assignment agreement signed by the owner and proposed future owner of 790 Delmar.
Yes. The license fee for the first year of the license is $1,410, which the current owner has paid. This is anticipated to increase slightly in each subsequent year of the license.
The current term runs from August 1, 2021 through July 31, 2022.
The BeltLine will allow the driveway to stay in place as-is, and to be used as it's currently used (to park vehicles). Certain landscaping will be allowed upon prior written approval. Any other improvements will need to have written approval. The small open toolshed facing the house will likely need to be removed. The BeltLine will likely not allow any structures to be built on the license area such as a playground set, pool, shed, garage or any other parking pad or parking structure.
The street-facing width of the area is 18 feet, there rear is 15 feet wide, and the area runs the length of the eastern-most border of 790 delmar. The total area feet is +/- 2,277 square feet.
The site plan for the lot can be seen by viewing the License Area document in the Documents & Disclosures section above. As part of this plan, the BeltLine has agreed to place a six-foot privacy fence just over the easternmost border of the license area, as well as a robust landscaping plan, in order to create a privacy buffer for the owners of 790 Delmar from the trail that will wind through the remainder of the lot down to the BeltLine from Delmar Avenue.
Yes. The license automatically renews every year unless otherwise terminated by licensee or licensor.
While it's not the BeltLine's intent to revoke the license, it can be revoked for improper, unauthorized use of the licensed area. And although it is not anticipated, the BeltLine may need to briefly commandeer the area in order to work on the adjacent access trail, after which they will return the licensed area back to the license for use.
The BeltLine will require a homeowner to retain $1,000,000 in personal liability, auto liability limit of $100,000 per person/$300,00 per accident/$100,00 property damage, and an umbrella limit of $1,000,000 to be in excess of both the personal and auto liability.
Yes. The BeltLine has offered three options to the current owners: a license agreement, an easement agreement, or splitting the lot and selling the license area to the current owners. The license agreement was the most expedient option given the sellers' impending plans to list and sell their home. The BeltLine anticipated that an encroachment easement agreement might take 4-6 months to complete, and there would be a cost associated with that. To split the license area from the current lot and sell it to the owners of 790 Delmar would require a plat subdivision process with the City of Atlanta planning department, and possibly a replat of both 790 Delmar and the BeltLine lot; the anticipated time frame for this option was approximately 1 year. So, while an easement agreement or a sale/replat is still a likely amenable option by the BeltLine, there will be a requisite associated cost and timeframe to achieve either option.
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