While Ansley Park usually gets all the attention when it comes to gracious Midtown neighborhoods, some of the most interesting residential architecture in town can be found under the canopy in the numbered streets just south of Piedmont Park. Exhibit A: this "mid-mod" masterpiece by Henry Jova, one of Atlanta's most prominent 20th century architects. Jova is known for modern Atlanta landmarks like the Trust Company Branch Bank (aka the now-shuttered PieBar), Colony Square, The Carter Center and his own personal home. As you can see, this house on 7th Street has been recently updated by someone with pretty sophisticated taste, hence the $759,900 price tag for a 3/3 with 2600 square feet. Thanks to our friends over at realtor.com for the tip.
· Midtown Atlanta Mid-Century Modern Home by Henri Jova [Realtor.com]