This wood-heavy Arts and Crafts centenarian sits a few blocks from Piedmont Park — and has sat on the market in piping-hot Midtown for two months. Curb appeal doesn't get much more quintessentially Southern, with the herringbone-brick walkway, soothing traditional gardens and one very deep porch. Inside, the woodwork looks pristine, the fireplaces magnificent and the pocket doors appropriately antiquated. The screened outdoor porch, with its billowing curtains, seems large enough to host wedding receptions. While it's probably historically accurate, the colored cabinetry in the dual-sink kitchen might not win everyone over, and the rear-access two-car garage appears to require a little dirt road. But the $880,000 price seems in line with recent sales of similarly large old houses on nearby blocks. This one's 3,082 square feet with five bedrooms and a laudable Walk Score of 83. A pending sale fell through in early July. How long until the next contract comes along?