Poncey-Highland Multifamily Opportunity | 4 Units

615 Linwood Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306

615 Linwood Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30306
615 Linwood Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30306
Property Type:
MultiFamily Apartments
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Last Verified:
Nov 09, 2018


  • Excellent location between Midtown, Old Fourth Ward and Virginia-Highland neighborhoods
  • 4 units separately metered for electric and gas
  • All units have central HVAC
  • Granite and stainless steel appliances throughout
  • 2 units have dedicated washer/dryer in unit, other 2 units have shared laundry
  • Off-street parking available in rear
  • Gross rents: $7,100/month ($85,200 annually)


615 Linwood Avenue is a charming quadraplex situated in a highly desirable intown location within walking distance to Ponce City Market, Atlanta BeltLine and Freedom Park.

High barriers to entry and low vacancy have resulted in rising rents, making Poncey-Highland one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Atlanta.

Unit 1 - 3 bedrooms & 1 bathroom
Unit 2 - 1 bedroom & 1 bathroom
Unit 3 - 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
Unit 4 - 2 bedrooms & 1 bathroom

Located in Poncey-Highland

Building Size: 3821.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Map of 615 Linwood Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30306

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