Atlanta Traditional Homes for Sale

Traditional home

Find all traditional homes for sale in Atlanta. A traditional home has that timeless look inspired by European decor from the 18th and 19th centuries. Traditional homes are often a mixture of several styles and contain a variety of influences Traditional style houses suit rural locations and fit similarly well in stable suburban neighborhoods. 

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Traditional Homes Real Estate Market Statistics
August 24, 2019
1584
Listed
72
Avg. DOM
$222.80
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$444,900
Med. List Price
1584 Properties
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Listing information last updated on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at 4:22 AM.

Traditional Home Info

Common Characteristics & Features 

  • symmetry and balance in everything from furniture arrangements to windows.
  • single level floor plans.
  • formal living and dining rooms, usually in separate rooms.
  • steeply pitched roofs.
  • covered, welcoming front porch.
  • wide open foyers so guests feel welcome.
  • expansive lofts.
  • heavy, dark woodwork, raised cabinet panels and decorative details in the kitchen.
  • black or paneled appliances, because stainless is too starkly modern.
  • stone backsplashes, or tile that seems like stone.
  • maple, mahogany, walnut or cherry woods.
  • hardwood floors throughout.
  • area rugs define furniture groupings over the hardwood in the main living areas.
  • built-in wood cabinets, shelving, and closets.
  • classic chandeliers of all shapes and sizes.
  • freestanding, claw foot tubs.
  • neutral paint colors.
  • cozy wood and stone fireplaces as the centerpiece of the living area.
  • long, heavy window drapes.
  • grand, elegant details.