18 Colier Road NE, #1 • Atlanta, GA 30309

The Westchester-Wiltshire

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Price: $149,900
Property Type: Condominium
Neighborhood: Collier Heights - South Buckhead
Style: Traditional
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
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Traditional elegance meets superb location! If convenience, location and lifestyle are on your wish list, then this is the home for you. The Westchester Wiltshire was built in 1930 and converted to a condominium in the early 1980’s. This spacious, ground level corner unit features one oversized bedroom and one bathroom, a large living room, a separate dining room and an additional sunroom with closet. There are beautiful original hardwood floors and high ceilings throughout.  The unit has approximately 1,080 square feet and the monthly HOA fee is $405. This fee includes off-street parking, water, gas operated radiator heat, basic cable, termite and pest control. Additional features include a storage cage in the basement. Located just one block off Peachtree Street with a plethora of restaurants and shopping right at your doorstep. This building is in Ardmore Park and is literally across the street from Piedmont Hospital.

Ardmore Park is a residential neighborhood located on the south side of Buckhead in a tree-canopied environment that creates a park-like atmosphere. Located almost completely between Collier Road and 28th street, Peachtree Road and Ardmore Road.  An area of about four square blocks.

The neighborhood has access to one of the nicest parks in the City of Atlanta.  It is small, but contains a great playground, walking trail, and has direct access to neighboring Tanyard Creek Park on the other side of the railroad trestle.  The Beltline trail goes through Ardmore Park, and will continue under the trestle and will eventually connect with Atlanta Memorial park in the very near future.

Although this building was built earlier, the rest of the neighborhood was built in the late 1940’s on the site of the home of Andrew Jackson Collier.  The entire neighborhood exists in the area between the Union and Confederate lines during the Battle of Peachtree Creek.


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