When 1,001 square feet would be overkill, these four listings could suffice. Cast a vote for which is the best buy!

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For single-family-home buyers, getting a foot into desirable Atlanta areas (or ones projected to be desirable one day) could be surprisingly doable. Sacrifices don’t have to include things like gleaming hardwoods and solid countertops.

When it comes to sheer interior space, however, budget-conscious house hounds of ATL need to be flexible. (Literally flexible in some cases, because getting around the couch en route to the fridge is tricky).

Below, have a gander at four active listings on the Atlanta market right now. All have less than 1,001 square feet. But their prices vary widely.

All things considered, which is the best buy? Cast a vote below the galleries.

740 Bellemeade Ave. NW, Berkeley Park

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

Square feet: 768

Price: $249,900

Includes: Refinished hardwoods, earthy backsplash, proximity to Atlantic Station, Westside

This 1930 bungalow in Berkeley Park is touted as being charming and turnkey, with breezy access to The Connector and “many other hot areas.” Recent refinishing projects included the hardwoods, interior paint, and decks.

1937 Clairmont Terrace, Brookhaven

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Square feet: 960

Price: $194,900

Includes: Original floors, sunroom, large lot

This cozy, perky 1950 property in the Clairmont Terrace subdivision near Brookhaven is promoted as being move-in ready “in a quiet, safe, highly desirable neighborhood.”

132 Bixby Terrace, Kirkwood:

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Square feet: 768

Price: $165,000

Includes: 14 solar panels, spacious deck, ample fenced yard

Two blocks from Kirkwood’s commercial district, this pint-sized place from 1954 represents a rather cheap entree into the neighborhood, or what the agent calls a “Fantastic First Time Homebuyer Opportunity.”

825 Beryl St. SW, Pittsburgh

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Square feet: 1,000

Price: $19,000

Includes: “Built-in equity,” per the agent.

This circa-1920 abode isn’t much to look at now, but it could be a dirt-cheap option for those bullish on this part of Atlanta. It’s blocks from Adair Park, near multiple renovation projects, and four minutes from Mercedes-Benz Stadium, according to the listing agent, who suggests two options: “Buy and hold or renovate and flip.”

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