Own The Condo Where “Gone With The Wind” Author Lived

Inside the Neil Reed-designed Ansley building, the home is across the street from the Atlantic Botanical Garden. The 1,332-square-foot Atlanta, Georgia home is asking $310,000, reports href="http://atlanta.curbed.com/archives/2013/05/07/for-310k-you-can-live-in-margaret-mitchells-old-haunt.php" target="_blank">Curbed.

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Inside the Neil Reed-designed Ansley building, the home is across the street from the Atlantic Botanical Garden. The 1,332-square-foot Atlanta, Georgia home is asking $310,000, reports href="http://atlanta.curbed.com/archives/2013/05/07/for-310k-you-can-live-in-margaret-mitchells-old-haunt.php" target="_blank">Curbed.
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The newly updated kitchen has granite and stained cabinets.
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The home was built in 1920, but recent renovations give it a modern look.
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A sunny breakfast nook is surrounded by large windows and gorgeous red walls.
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Large French doors open to a cozy library/play room.
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There are two bedrooms, and the purchase comes with one parking space.
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The home has two full bathrooms.
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A sun porch also acts as an top-floor office and offers views of the city.
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The condo is located in the historic Neil Reed-designed Ansley building.
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Yes, the rumors are true. Mitchell's secretary burned the original "Gone With The Wind" manuscript in the boiler room the day after her death.
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