Welcome home to this historic, folk Victorian on one of Grant ParkCOs least traveled streets. Built in 1896 and perched above Logan Street with 1632 ft. sq. of living space, this home has been meticulously maintained and well loved by the current owners for over 19 years. The spacious front porch beckons you through the vintage stained glass front door. Notice the amount of natural light streaming through the original floor to ceiling windows, skylight and french doors in the fireside living room. Warm hardwood floors throughout the home with many original features still intact. Dining room with wainscoting and crown molding seats 12+. Enjoy preparing meals for family and friends in the chef's kitchen with Gas Range, stone countertops and a central island to gather around or simply step outside onto the expansive rear deck. The main floor guest bedroom and full bathroom provide nice privacy. Upstairs, the generous primary retreat offers bedroom, marble bath with double vanity and an open concept flex space (the size of a bedroom)with an entire wall of built-in bookcases. The treehouse like screened porch off of the primary bedroom is the sweet surprise that overlooks the deep and lushly landscaped backyard. The size of the lot will accommodate expansion of the home's footprint or future ADU, garage or pool. Access parking for up to six cars from the rear alley via the electric gate. Extra storage available in the rear shed. Short stroll to Grant Park and all the neighborhood conveniences including The Larkin, Mezcalito's, ShepCOs Ace Hardware, ManuelCOs Tavern, Farm Burger, Grant Park Market, Garden Hood and many other shops and restaurants. Very walkable neighborhood adjacent to the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail and positioned near all of the new development along the Memorial Drive corridor including AtlantaCOs Best new venue for seeing live music, The Eastern. Summerhill is less than a mile with more great restaurants, shops and the brand new Publix Supermarket. **Tax Records ft. sq. Is not correct.